Monthly Archives: January 2013

Buying a Home After Foreclosure: Get Prepared

Posted by JD Esajian // January 17, 2013

What do you need to get together in order to buy another home after a foreclosure? Those who have completed short sales and that were among the first round of foreclosure victims should now be getting back to the point where they can qualify for mortgages for buying a home again.

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Preservationists Battle Developers over Connecticut Real Estate

Posted by JD Esajian // January 16, 2013

There are two pitched battles going on over Connecticut real estate right now. What do they mean for New Haven locals and real estate investors everywhere?

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Discover San Diego County’s Real Estate Hot Spots

Posted by JD Esajian // January 15, 2013

Know you want to invest in or buy a home in San Diego this year, but not sure where the best locations are? San Diego County offers many diverse options for investing in real estate and buying a home with choices of mountain top mansions, spectacular world class ocean front estates and spacious single family homes somewhere in between.

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How the New Fiscal Deal Affects Connecticut Real Estate

Posted by JD Esajian // January 14, 2013

A new fiscal deal has been struck to avoid the worst fallout from going over the cliff but how will it affect Connecticut real estate? There seem to be pros and cons for everyone from the new fiscal crisis bill, though the news of a deal definitely appears to be a far better outcome than many feared.

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4 Mistakes for Sellers to Avoid in the New Housing Boom

Posted by JD Esajian // January 11, 2013

We may be on the path to a new housing boom in the U.S. but even though home equity and home values may be rebounding there are several critical mistakes those selling a home should avoid…

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New Fiscal Crisis Bill to Boost San Diego Real Estate?

Posted by JD Esajian // January 10, 2013

Despite higher taxes being a part of the new fiscal crisis bill, could the new deal actually help boost the San Diego real estate market? Obviously the last minute deal didn’t offer the outcome everyone wanted but it is certainly far less damaging than it could have been if we fell off the fiscal cliff. In fact, just the fact that a deal was able to be struck is providing an instant boost to confidence.

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The Biggest Challenge for Real Estate Investors Ahead

Posted by JD Esajian // January 9, 2013

What’s the biggest challenge facing real estate investors in the next 12 months? All indicators and statistics point to 2013 being a record year for U.S. real estate. Home prices are going up, home sales and even pending sales are increasing and homes are selling faster. So where will real estate investors run into the biggest challenges ahead?

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San Diego Real Estate to Steal Silicon Valley Limelight in 2013

Posted by JD Esajian // January 8, 2013

Is 2013 the year that San Diego really steals the limelight from San Francisco and Silicon Valley? Silicon Valley may be the world’s most famous startup capital and home to some of the priciest real estate in the U.S. but could its success finally be its own downfall?

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San Diego County: A Tale of 2 Real Estate Trends

Posted by JD Esajian // January 7, 2013

This is the time of year when everyone is busy contemplating or forecasting real estate trends for the next 12 months. This year there seems to be no doubt that the coming year will bring incredible growth in the nation’s real estate market. However, perhaps more important than the direction or even how much homes will appreciate is which homes will be most demand.

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Making the Most of the 2013 Real Estate Surge

Posted by JD Esajian // January 4, 2013

With a stellar year anticipated for the U.S. housing market in 2013 how can real estate investors make the most of the surge? Regardless of the outcome of negotiations surrounding the fiscal cliff and how well the U.S. economy performs in the next 12 months the real estate market ought to continue to see impressive growth.

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