Monthly Archives: May 2013

Vacation Home Sales Heating Up

Posted by JD Esajian // May 31, 2013


A rise in vacation home sales indicates a much stronger phase of the housing recovery coming into play, a stronger economy and confidence. According to the National Association of Realtors vacation home sales were up 10% last year on a national scale, and with peak buying and vacationing season just kicking in across the U.S. we can expect an even bigger lift this year.

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San Diego Property Taxes: Avoid the Severe Penalties of Being Late

Posted by JD Esajian // May 30, 2013


In San Diego County those that are late face a $10 charge, plus 10% late fee. Those that do not reconcile their balances by July 1st, 2013 will see an additional 1.5% added on each month, or 18% per year. However, note that the county is not required to send these notices out under state law. So even if you haven’t gotten one that doesn’t mean you aren’t being hit.

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Are Your Real Estate Startups Legitimate?

Posted by JD Esajian // May 29, 2013


So while you might want to launch several startups and recognize the huge potential in the real estate field, how can you ensure you don’t spend an obscene amount of resources on an illegitimate service? First, there are several things you need to know about real estate startups.

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Connecticut Open House Day

Posted by JD Esajian // May 28, 2013

June 8, 2013 will witness the celebration of the 9th annual Connecticut Open House Day. This year’s festivities and participants include the New Haven Museum and Pardee-Moriss House. It’s a statewide event organized to help residents better engage and learn more about their state, as well as helping to create tourism ambassadors.

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Real Estate Startups: What You Need to Know

Posted by JD Esajian // May 24, 2013


Real estate startups have never had it easier, but unless several questions are answered, the sailing may not be as smooth as expected. For some, the answers will come easy, but others will find the questions harder to answer. However, they do need to be addressed.

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Recent Boom Attributed to Flipping Houses

Posted by JD Esajian // May 23, 2013


With consumer confidence strengthening, a surge in development in New Haven, business growth in Bridgeport and the peak summer real estate season just about to kick in, second quarter 2013 numbers are likely to be even more attractive.

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Why Aren’t You Seeing More Interest in Your Lease Options?

Posted by JD Esajian // May 22, 2013


Lease options have been quickly rising in popularity among real estate investors, but while they can be one of the best choices for selling or buying a home today, many are not seeing as much activity and volume as they’d like. So why aren’t you getting the level of action you anticipated?

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San Diego Real Estate: How to Find a Buyer

Posted by JD Esajian // May 21, 2013


Prospective sellers may implement several ideas to facilitate the sell of their home on the San Diego real estate market. Doing so will not only help you get the right price for your home, but find you a potential buyer faster.

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Building the Next Generation of Real Estate Pros

Posted by JD Esajian // May 20, 2013

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Investors in today’s market should invest time and energy into grooming the next generation of real estate pros. Educated investors are a critical piece to our future in the industry and to our economy. Therefore, those ready to contribute can help the industry now and in the future.

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Where to Find the Best Real Estate Education in 2013

Posted by JD Esajian // May 17, 2013


Without a doubt, the best solution for a robust real estate education that can really fast track new investors to success and ensure they successfully navigate hurdles and pitfalls is too dive into an organized course.

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