Monthly Archives: June 2013

Flipping San Diego Homes: What They Aren’t Telling You

Posted by JD Esajian // June 28, 2013


No one may like dealing with taxes, especially those flipping San Diego homes with the intentions of living an entrepreneurial lifestyle. To many, taxes are an annual burden that should be done away with. However, all of your hard work will mean nothing if you lose your profits to the IRS for neglecting to have the required paperwork. Good records make the tax process a lot less stressful and time consuming. Accordingly, good bookkeeping facilitates maximized deductions and write-offs. Perhaps even more importantly, well-kept records protect you during an audit. If you do get audited, and especially if you have been slacking on filing income taxes, you will likely lose the opportunity to claim all of those deductions.

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CT Homes: Tips On Flipping San Diego Real Estate In The New Boom

Posted by JD Esajian // June 27, 2013


Much of the strategy and advice gleaned from reality TV shows like Flip This House San Diego has focused on acquiring foreclosure property in one form or another and operating in a down market. However, the real estate game is morphing at a rapid rate, as new challenges, opportunities and pitfalls are presenting themselves to those flipping San Diego real estate. CT Homes has several tips in navigating today’s market.

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Will Live-Work Units Be The Hottest Real Estate Trend of 2014?

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House keys, plan and model houses.

More jobs are being added to the economy, with many more small businesses launching and independent entrepreneurs launching their own careers. This combined with trends towards smaller and home working spaces as wells as small housing units suggests live-work units could be a prime pick and some of the most in demand property over the next 5 years at least.

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The Flip This House San Diego Team: How To Reduce Investing Risks

Posted by JD Esajian // June 26, 2013


While the housing sector has demonstrated an increased propensity for volatility, there are those that have successfully weathered the storm with prosperous results. Accordingly, there are few as qualified to comment on successfully mitigating risk than CT Homes’ Flip This House San Diego team. Despite fluctuations in our economic standing and unpredictable foreclosure rates, successful investors can leave their mark on even the most distressed communities. So how can investors reduce or eliminate risks when flipping homes in San Diego and throughout Southern California?

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Connecticut Real Estate Poised For Growth in New Haven

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If local investors and financiers really work together, there could be great potential for using this area to create a significant startup community. Connecticut real estate could bring in more tech to ensure the city evolves and remains a hot area for doing business, attracting young families and great talent. This will aid in propelling local property values, drawing global investment dollars and creating more profit for real estate investors.

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The Foreclosure Process: How to Avoid it Fast

Posted by JD Esajian // June 25, 2013


Sadly, many homeowners have slacked off on finding a solution for stopping the foreclosure process. Many are misinformed, as they think they will have plenty of time to find a solution. Remember, that while they may have held back on sales, they haven’t necessarily stopped the paperwork on the foreclosure process. Take the time to familiarize yourself with the foreclosure process and what you can do to prevent it from happening to you.

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Tax & Title Company Blunders: Real Estate Investors Beware

Posted by JD Esajian // June 24, 2013


IRS and title company mistakes can cost real estate investors a lot of money. Watch out for these blunders and protect your wealth. Imagine calling the IRS to find out where your tax refund is, only to be told that they applied it towards a $404,000 tax bill you didn’t even know you had! Real estate investors must at least have all their paperwork handy. If you get audited by the IRS they wont simply take your word on all of the potential write-offs you claimed.

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Financial Strategies For Large Scale Real Estate Investing

Posted by JD Esajian // June 21, 2013


Practicing large scale real estate investing can result in exponential rewards. However, how do real estate investors accomplish buying and financing dozens of homes at the same time? The U.S. housing market is full of incredible real estate investing opportunities, especially as we enter the peak summer season. There is huge potential to ramp up volume and take out large portfolios of single family homes to either flip or manage as rentals. The market is ripe for large scale real estate investing.

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Timing Your Home Improvement Projects

Posted by JD Esajian // June 20, 2013


Many real estate investors and homeowner perceive the ‘what to do’ as the biggest challenge in a successful home renovation project, but timing can be just as critical, if not even more so. Get the order of your scope of work wrong and you’ll see returns drop, projects taking a lot longer than expected, and of course plenty of increased frustration, if not ending up sabotaging your project altogether.

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The California Real Estate Agent Bubble

Posted by JD Esajian // June 19, 2013


According to the media’s portrayal of new real estate companies and subsequent competition between agents, the saturation of the market could make it hard for new investors to contend. So, is there too much competition to be able to make a great living as a real estate agent in California? Could massive competition from sales people also hamper the efforts of California real estate investors and make it more difficult for them as well?

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