Monthly Archives: March 2013

Investors Face Increased Competition from Extended Stay Solutions

Posted by JD Esajian // March 29, 2013


What can real estate investors learn from new Extended Stay housing solutions, and how can they use that information for increasing their own profits? Between the economy and fear still ingrained in some from the recent bubble, the demand for a new hybrid housing solution has been increased.

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Hot Boomtowns and New Real Estate Investing Trends

Posted by JD Esajian // March 28, 2013


Despite ongoing complaints about the performance of the U.S. economy not only is the housing market improving rapidly but many towns are experiencing huge booms thanks to tech and energy related jobs. The resulting population explosions in these areas are creating huge housing headaches for residents and migrating workers as well as huge real estate investing profits for investors.

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San Diego Ranks Among Top Cities for Finding Love

Posted by JD Esajian // March 27, 2013


San Diego, California isn’t just a great place for renting or buying a home today, but now it’s officially one of the best cities for singles and finding love too. There are massive migration shifts going on in the U.S…

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4 Creative Ways to Increase Local Property Values

Posted by JD Esajian // March 26, 2013

Suburban houses. High angle view.

Most home sellers and real estate investors focus solely on their own home improvements and remodels to increase their property values. While this can sometimes be a great investment, it has its limits.

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Why Every Real Estate Investor Needs a Will

Posted by JD Esajian // March 25, 2013


Writing a will and last testament is often one of the last things on a new real estate investor’s mind. There is so much to do and there is already enough paperwork floating around to re-stock an Amazonian rain forest. However, not having a will often means putting your wealth and the future of your heirs into the hands of lady luck.

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Real Estate Companies Struggle to Secure Good Talent

Posted by JD Esajian // March 22, 2013


While unemployment remains incredibly high in the U.S., real estate companies are struggling to secure good talent to join their teams. This is a critical hiring moment in the real estate industry. Perched on the verge of a new boom period real estate agencies, builders and investment companies are rushing to acquire top talent to secure the lead and position themselves to maximize profit in the coming months and years.

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CT Real Estate Market Showing Signs of a Profitable 2013

Posted by JD Esajian // March 21, 2013


Despite recent blows from hurricanes and reports of higher foreclosures, the Connecticut real estate market is performing extremely well in 2013 and currently boasts some of the best figures in the country. According to data recently released in the Hartford Courant, the Connecticut real estate market has seen house sales steadily rising month after month in 2012.

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The High Cost of Not Paying Property Taxes

Posted by JD Esajian // March 20, 2013


Failing to pay your property taxes could cost you a lot more than you think. Homeowners and real estate investors must be aware of the extreme penalties of not paying their property taxes. Many strive to pay cash or own properties free and clear today but there are always annual property taxes to be paid too.

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4 Factors That Could Be Affecting Home Values

Posted by JD Esajian // March 19, 2013


Most of us are aware of how a declining job market, rocketing foreclosures or a string of hurricanes can affect home values. However, there are other factors that you have probably completely overlooked that could signal a coming boost to nearby home prices for those buying a home in the area early. Whether you are buying a home in New Haven, CT, San Diego, CA or somewhere in between, here are 4 factors you might not have thought about.

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Becoming a Real Estate Agent Creates Instant Profits for Investors

Posted by JD Esajian // March 18, 2013


Could becoming a real estate agent give investors the edge they have been looking for to boost profits? Many real estate investors see getting licensed and joining the local board of Realtors as a high risk move that creates an extra and unnecessary time and money drain. Still there are undeniable advantages to be had from maintaining a real estate license.

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