Monthly Archives: September 2013

How Loyal Should You Be To Your San Diego Real Estate Agent?

Posted by JD Esajian // September 30, 2013

How loyal do home buyers and investors need to be to their San Diego real estate agent? Can you switch real estate agents for any reason? What liabilities could that incur? What if you are buying multiple properties in different areas; are you still bound to a single Realtor? Loyalty is everything in the real […]

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Why Everyone Will Have To Become A Real Estate Investor

Posted by JD Esajian // September 27, 2013

Soon, everyone may have to become a real estate investor. Whether you love or loathe the idea of being a full time real estate investor, there may be few options to consider in the future. Let’s take a look at why, and the best time to get in. Jobs, as we have come to know […]

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9 Ways To Ensure A Long & Successful Real Estate Career

Posted by JD Esajian // September 26, 2013

A real estate career is chosen by thousands of individuals each year for its ability to deliver substantial monetary gains. For many, it does just that. Unfortunately, no matter how much money is gained, a large percentage of Realtors and investors are unable prolong their real estate career. There’s not much worse than realizing your […]

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Why Are San Diego Realtors Denying Your Offers?

Posted by JD Esajian // September 25, 2013

As the Southern California housing market continues to improve, many home buyers are complaining that San Diego Realtors are shooting down their offers with equal veracity. So what’s the deal? Since last year, home buyers and real estate investors have been complaining that they are having a hard time getting purchase offers accepted by San […]

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Real Estate Investing: What To Look For In A Funding Partner

Posted by JD Esajian // September 24, 2013

Liquidity is essential for those that plan to go big and bold in the field of real estate investing. You can essentially start out with nothing, or several million, but at some point there can be big advantages to additional funding. With the right funding partner, you can capitalize on more opportunities and increase returns. […]

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Real Estate Companies Or Individual Agents?

Posted by JD Esajian // September 23, 2013

When it comes to buying a home or selling a house in San Diego, CA, what’s more important; the individual agent you hire or the real estate companies they work for? For those that haven’t bought or sold many homes, and even for some investors that have been in the business for a little while, […]

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Real Estate Investing In San Diego: Online Resources

Posted by JD Esajian // September 20, 2013

The local market may be hot and healthy, but can real estate investing in San Diego, CA work without investors being online? 99% of the news, advice and real estate education surfacing in today’s market seems to make it on the internet. Still, many individuals, including affluent investors, are resistant to technology. So can real […]

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Opportunities For Real Estate Investors To Make An Impact

Posted by JD Esajian // September 19, 2013

Today, real estate investors are more positioned to bring about massive change and have an impact for curing social issues than ever before. World hunger is still as pressing as ever, even though just a single digit percentage of food production would be enough to feed everyone. Even in the U.S., homelessness has risen to […]

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Why Is San Diego Popular With Global Real Estate Investors?

Posted by JD Esajian // September 18, 2013

Why is the housing sector in San Diego so popular with global real estate investors? There are many residential markets to invest in on a national level, some with cheaper properties and more short sales than San Diego. Yet, real estate investing in San Diego still remains one of the favorite choices of domestic and […]

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How To Sell Your Home In A Declining Market

Posted by JD Esajian // September 17, 2013

If you are wondering how to sell your home in a declining market, you have come to the right place. While selling a home in a down market might seem like a tough challenge, it certainly isn’t impossible. In fact, the majority of homes sold between 2006 and 2011 had to deal with it. So […]

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