Monthly Archives: November 2013

Project Management Tips for Real Estate Investors

Posted by JD Esajian // November 14, 2013

Project management is a critical part of winning in the real estate industry. So how can you become more proficient at managing individual projects? The effectiveness of project management dictates everything from the speed of progression to your ROI. Unfortunately, this is one aspect of entrepreneurship that cannot be 100% delegated or outsourced to someone […]

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Enhance Your Credibility As A Real Estate Professional

Posted by JD Esajian // November 13, 2013

Credibility continues to be one of the biggest challenges facing new real estate agents and investors. More often than not, it represents their biggest hurdle on the path to success. While to some, credibility is nothing more than a poor misconception, others can struggle gaining traction in their community. So how can you gain more […]

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How Hard is it to Become a San Diego Real Estate Agent?

Posted by JD Esajian // November 12, 2013

How difficult is it to become a San Diego real estate agent? How does it differ from actually making it as a Realtor? More importantly, is there a better path for those simply looking to make money from Southern California real estate? Every year, a lot of people aspire to join the ranks of San […]

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Where Are We In the New Real Estate Rebound?

Posted by JD Esajian // November 11, 2013

Debates regarding our current standing in the housing sector recovery continue to facilitate an ambiguous response from the public. Many people are unsure of the status of the industry. How are markets around the country really performing? More importantly, what is the outlook going forward? While most real estate investors and market observers may be […]

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Real Estate: An Attractive Alternative

Posted by JD Esajian // November 8, 2013

The latest unemployment figures haven’t been much to boast about. As such, is it time for those out of work to get off the fence and into real estate investing? Those who make the decision to invest in real estate may welcome the returns it can provide. Do you have what it takes? While the […]

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Luxury Home Flipping: Trending Improvements

Posted by JD Esajian // November 7, 2013

What home improvements, features and keywords are trending in the luxury home market? As the real estate market undergoes major changes and is impacted by new influences, buyers are subjected to an entirely new set of options. As tends change, so do the demands of prospective owners. A significant part of being successful in flipping […]

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Is San Diego Real Estate Unaffordable?

Posted by JD Esajian // November 6, 2013

Is San Diego real estate becoming unaffordable too fast or is the Southern California property market just getting warmed up? Debates continue to rage on as to whether or not San Diego real estate is unaffordable. It is no secret that prices in this region have soared. Some are concerned about the recent increases while […]

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Switching Real Estate Strategies When Seasons Change

Posted by JD Esajian // November 5, 2013

Should real estate investors and real estate agents be switching their strategies as the seasons change? If so, what are the best practices for maintaining income and momentum when seasonal shifts impact deal and cash flow? One of the factors that frequently separates the most successful real estate pros from those that stumble, is the […]

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Real Estate Investing: Solving the Affordable Housing Crisis

Posted by JD Esajian // November 4, 2013

According to recent reports, America is suffering from an affordable housing crisis. Some real estate investors may find this hard to believe, given how much more affordable U.S. housing is today than it was in the past. Still, there is no question that many are struggling. This presents some great opportunities for investors to both […]

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Compete In The San Diego Real Estate Industry

Posted by JD Esajian // November 1, 2013

How can smaller real estate investors compete with huge hedge funds and private equity firms in the San Diego area? More importantly, is it possible to surpass them? This is a growing problem with many San Diego investors, and especially for those just trying to break into the business. It’s one of the biggest challenges […]

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