Monthly Archives: November 2013

Should San Diego Investors Consider The Ohio Housing Market?

Posted by JD Esajian // November 29, 2013

The Ohio real estate market has been attracting more attention in recent months, but what are the real pros and cons of investing in this particular area? Should San Diego investors consider the Ohio housing market? While certainly not on the same level as Fairfield, Connecticut or San Diego, California; Ohio has become a focal […]

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Augmented Reality: Applications For San Diego Real Estate

Posted by JD Esajian // November 27, 2013

How can augmented reality applications help San Diego real estate professionals? California currently boasts one of the hottest real estate markets and tech hubs in the world. One of the most significant developments, which is likely to fuel both cloud and brick and mortar businesses, is augmented reality. So what is augmented reality? More importantly, […]

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Real Estate Advice: 6 Tips To A Great January

Posted by JD Esajian // November 26, 2013

What can both real estate agents and investors do to start the New Year off right? What steps can be taken to make January as successful as any other month? Most entrepreneurs are solely focused on trying to make it through the next few weeks without their businesses imploding. Even fewer are expecting to get […]

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Take More Time Off & Increase Earnings in December

Posted by JD Esajian // November 25, 2013

How can San Diego real estate investors and agents enjoy more time off while capitalizing on the end of year surge in business?  More importantly, how can they get ahead in 2014? December is one of the most exciting months of the year. However, it is also full of tough decisions for real estate agents […]

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Top 10 States for Fastest Rising Home Prices

Posted by JD Esajian // November 22, 2013

Which states are currently experiencing the fastest appreciation rates? New data from CoreLogic shows just how fast U.S. home prices are rising, where they are heading up the fastest, and hints at where you might want to invest in real estate in the near future. Despite the general consensus that the American property market is […]

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Do I Have To Make An Earnest Money Deposit When Buying A Home?

Posted by JD Esajian // November 21, 2013

Do you have to make an earnest money deposit when purchasing a home? This is one of the most common questions for both first time home buyers and green real estate investors. In fact, this is a question that often still perplexes experienced real estate buyers and investors. At the very least, there are experienced […]

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Re-Entering The Real Estate Market As An Investor

Posted by JD Esajian // November 20, 2013

The housing sector continues to show significant signs of improvement. The pace of recovery is encouraging. However, there are several investors who are looking to actively participate in the market now that things are looking better. Accordingly, those who left because of the downturn may consider re-entering the market as an investor. Is this the […]

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Investing in Sustainable Housing

Posted by JD Esajian // November 19, 2013

Is it time for more real estate investors to embrace sustainable housing? More importantly, is there really a market for it? As the housing sector inches towards recovery, how can savvy investors take advantage of the latest “green” trends and carve out a niche for themselves? Green trends have become a major player in sustainable […]

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San Diego Real Estate Investment Trends For 2014

Posted by JD Esajian // November 18, 2013

What’s in store for the San Diego real estate market in 2014? What evolving trends indicate opportunities for investors? More importantly, how can you take advantage of them now to better your situation for the new year? Waiting until the ball drops to figure out where the San Diego real estate market is headed is […]

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What Are The Best Phone Numbers For Real Estate Companies?

Posted by JD Esajian // November 15, 2013

Which type of phone numbers are best suited for real estate companies? There are many debates over which type of phone numbers real estate companies should use. Real estate agents and investors use a wide variety of different phone numbers and strategies. However, the looming roll out of the new 844 prefix is guaranteed to […]

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