Monthly Archives: August 2013

Is A Real Estate Agent Needed to Sell Your Home?

Posted by JD Esajian // August 30, 2013

Can California homeowners and investors sell their homes without using a real estate agent? More importantly, if they can, should they? Property owners, in association with investors, are forced to make these decisions everyday. While there are certainly advantages to neglecting the assistance of a real estate agent, those trying to save money will find […]

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Investor Loans For Buying Foreclosures In San Diego

Posted by JD Esajian // August 29, 2013

Are you currently looking for real estate investor loans that will facilitate the purchasing of foreclosures in San Diego? The Southern California housing market is hot, and while there is still a lot of value to be found, many are concerned there aren’t enough short sales and REOs to go around. That means a need […]

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Financing For Cheap Foreclosures in San Diego

Posted by JD Esajian // August 28, 2013

Trying to find financing for cheap foreclosures in San Diego can be far more challenging than most real estate investors realize. Why is this, and what alternative solutions are available? There is a plethora of cheap foreclosures in San Diego expected to come to the market, attracting many real estate investors. Some foreclosures may provide […]

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Loan Modifications Up While Short Sales and Foreclosures Slip

Posted by JD Esajian // August 27, 2013

New data from Housing Wire indicates loan modifications are on the rise while short sales and foreclosures continue to trend downwards. These statistics show emerging trends. So what does it all mean for real estate investing? According to the numbers just released, 204,000 loan modifications were approved between April and June 2013. During the second […]

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What Happens When San Diego Home Values Return To Peak Levels?

Posted by JD Esajian // August 26, 2013

San Diego home values have been rising rapidly. So are they finally back to their previous peaks, and if so, what’s next for local homeowners and real estate investors? Statistics show that foreclosures continue to trend down while home prices and demand continues to grow. However, do these stats identify a return to peak levels […]

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Best College Destinations For Real Estate Investing

Posted by JD Esajian // August 23, 2013

A college education and the purchase of a home are widely considered to be the pinnacle of investment activity.  Therefore, as students prepare for their next semester, consider buying property in a college town that has the potential to provide a great return on your investment. However, how do you find the best college destinations […]

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Do Multifamily Property Rents Appreciate in San Diego?

Posted by JD Esajian // August 22, 2013

Real estate investors in San Diego have recently made huge profits on multifamily properties. However, do multifamily property rents appreciate, allowing for investors to maximize profits? More specifically, can rental rate raises be counted on and how can they be manually driven up significantly? Investors often debate the advantages of multifamily property rents contrasted against […]

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Selling Your House When Joint Owners Won’t Cooperate

Posted by JD Esajian // August 21, 2013

Can you still sell your house when there are other owners that you aren’t in touch with or may not want to cooperate? This scenario has become an increasing problem for many U.S. homeowners in the wake of the last 7 years. Properties have changed hands multiple times, people have been added onto title deeds, […]

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Whose Side Is Your San Diego Real Estate Agent Really On?

Posted by JD Esajian // August 20, 2013

Is your San Diego real estate agent really on your side? If not, whose side are they on and how can that impact their ability to act in your best interests? This debate triggers one of the most confusing parts of home buying, selling properties and investing in real estate for most consumers. While there […]

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4 Dangers Of Unpermitted Improvements

Posted by JD Esajian // August 19, 2013

As the San Diego real estate market improves and investing heats up, investors are increasingly looking for creative ways to maximize profits and cash flow. Subsequently, they are scooping up homes they may not have 3 years ago. Every house has the potential to make money with the right improvements. However, unpermitted improvements can result […]

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