Monthly Archives: June 2013

Home Improvements: What Additions Maximize Your ROI?

Posted by JD Esajian // June 18, 2013


Deciding which home improvements add the most value to a property remains one of the biggest challenges facing both homeowners and real estate investors. Installing the right home improvements can maximize your return on investment (ROI). All too often, misconceptions result in terrible remodeling choices. Those implementing poor home improvements may fail to create additional profits for their investment.

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How Real Estate Agents Can Boost Income

Posted by JD Esajian // June 17, 2013


When first getting into the business real estate agents in particular are slammed with dozens and dozens of products and services promising to help them, but most fail to deliver because they are not used effectively. By incorporating systems, agents can slash administrative labor hours in half and add over 10% to the incomes of six figure earners in a matter of a few weeks.

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Open Houses in Connecticut: How to Draw 10k Buyers

Posted by JD Esajian // June 14, 2013


While some real estate investors, agents and home sellers are putting in overtime and spending big bucks just to try and pull in a handful or couple dozen home shoppers to their Connecticut open houses others are literally pulling in thousands. They are even pulling it off on high end multi-million dollar home listings.

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Real Estate Jobs Help Economy Bounce Back

Posted by JD Esajian // June 13, 2013


Rising home values have certainly boosted consumer confidence and in turn consumer spending. Accordingly, the recent boom is being attributed to flipping houses. However, the housing sector is also now adding an abundance of real estate jobs. This will get people off the sofa, pump the economy with cash and help banks return to being flush with liquid capital.

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Finding Big Real Estate Investing Profits on the Coast

Posted by JD Esajian // June 12, 2013


It’s all about moving houses. Not selling a home and buying a new home, but actually physically moving existing homes. Erosion is literally forcing many coastal homeowners from New England and Southern California to “move it or lose it.” Those who take advantage of this niche market may find it equally rewarding and challenging.

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Mobile Real Estate Apps: The Future of the Industry?

Posted by JD Esajian // June 11, 2013


Mobile real estate apps, like Foursquare promotions or SMS marketing, allow every investor to participate in some form of marketing to maintain visibility and ownership. As it stands, mobile real estate apps can change the face of the industry. However, new interactive augmented reality apps will certainly also have impacts on branding and winning customers through engagement.

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Buying a Home: Best Cities for Young Couples

Posted by JD Esajian // June 10, 2013


Wherever the current generation of new grads decides to flock to, there has never been a better time for buying a home. Those that do so now will certainly enjoy incredibly affordable housing payments and get the edge on their peers when it comes to financial freedom and wealth building.

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Should Homeowners Continue to Occupy Their Properties After Selling?

Posted by JD Esajian // June 7, 2013


While the heart says to help and take a meager profit in return for a good service and allow the occupants to stay on and rent the home back ,perhaps even with the potential to buy it back, it can get ugly. Remember that these same owners have often defied the banks and have gotten away without paying their housing payments for years.

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Wholesaling Real Estate: Is There Still Time to Get In?

Posted by JD Esajian // June 6, 2013


There may be a lot of people interested in wholesaling real estate and many that are trying their hand at it. But there are few that have actually invested in the education to do it right and well. This means plenty of opportunity for flipping houses fast and for sizable profits and significant amounts of volume for those that really apply themselves and commit to good business practices.

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How Do High Interest Rates and Exotic Mortgages Benefit America?

Posted by JD Esajian // June 5, 2013


Last week, mortgage interest rates hit their highest point in a year. All indicators suggest it is a trend that will continue building momentum. However, high interest rates will help our economy. For regular home buyers and income investors, this means it is time to lock in for buy and hold. Take on as much as you can with confidence, the market will keep lifting rents and property values.

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