Monthly Archives: December 2013

What Does The Democratization Of Real Estate Mean For San Diego?

Posted by JD Esajian // December 30, 2013

Upcoming changes may alter the U.S. real estate and finance markets significantly in 2014. In fact, they appear to hold the potential to change the economic landscape as we know it. Those San Diego real estate investors, agents and lenders that understand what is happening will be able to lead in their respective fields. Those […]

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Bank Owned REOs & Bizarre New Listing Trends

Posted by JD Esajian // December 27, 2013

Bank owned REO and Realtor MLS listings seem to be getting even more bizarre. Subsequently, do these caveats actually get real estate agents off the hook? Should anyone really consider buying these properties anymore? More importantly, is there a better option? According to some MLS and REO listings, it would appear as if banks are […]

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7 Sources For Funding Your Investments

Posted by JD Esajian // December 26, 2013

The only piece of the puzzle that remains difficult for many real estate investors and home buyers to find appears to be financing. Debates continue to rage in the media over whether access to credit is becoming more easily accessible or more elusive. However, for now, the following financing options continue to offer much needed […]

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End Of Year Real Estate Business Planning

Posted by JD Esajian // December 23, 2013

The New Year is almost upon us. Accordingly, it’s unlikely there is a single real estate investor or real estate company that isn’t eagerly looking forward to a stellar 2014. Of course, that’s unlikely to just fall in the lap of any investor or CEO. Everything in the market may be working to help real […]

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Reflections On Leadership For Real Estate Professionals

Posted by JD Esajian // December 20, 2013

This is the time of year when many real estate professionals begin to reflect on their current situation and how they got there. Some are reflecting on charity and their contributions to society while others are focusing on the direction they intend to head. Either way, they are most likely trying to figure out how […]

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8 Tips For Reducing Tenant Turnover

Posted by JD Esajian // December 19, 2013

Long term tenants and reducing tenant turnover are some of the most important factors for maximizing cash flow real estate investment returns. Of course, knowing this and making it happen can be two very different things. So how can buy and hold real estate investors effectively reduce turn over and increase total returns? Reducing tenant […]

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Filling Rentals: Where Is The Money Best Spent?

Posted by JD Esajian // December 18, 2013

How can real estate investors fill up rental units and maximize their ROI on every dollar? Between years of slower home building and a massive influx of renters into the market, you wouldn’t think landlords would have any vacancies. However, several factors continue to burden prospective landlords. Vacancies are, unfortunately, more common than one would […]

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Building A Better Block For Real Estate Investors

Posted by JD Esajian // December 17, 2013

The concept of ‘building a better block‘ has become the focal point of many real estate investing circles. However, what value does this theory have for real estate investors? What are some ways in which it may be executed? Perhaps even more importantly, how does it impact other responsibilities and goals? Building a better block, […]

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6 Ways To Line Up More Deals For 2014

Posted by JD Esajian // December 16, 2013

How can San Diego real estate investors and agents line up more deals for the New Year? For Southern California real estate professionals eager to see big results in 2014, now is the time to begin putting the wheels in motion. Waiting until the ball drops to begin planning, marketing and prospecting is way too […]

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7 Tips For Renovating Outdoor Spaces This Season

Posted by JD Esajian // December 13, 2013

While many homeowners and real estate investors are hunkering down in freezing weather and simultaneously putting their home improvement plans for the season on hold, those in better climates like Southern California are warming up to renovate their outdoor areas. Upgrading outdoor areas can be one of the best home improvement projects for those flipping […]

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