Monthly Archives: January 2014

Real Estate Investors Need A Fast Internet Connection

Posted by JD Esajian // January 31, 2014

Do real estate investors and property businesses need fast internet access? If so, why do real estate professionals need faster internet speeds than the average business owner? Google Fiber – Why You Need It Many real estate investors seem to have been getting along fine with really choppy Wi-Fi connections and outdated technologies. Some have […]

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What’s Your Online Real Estate Business Worth?

Posted by JD Esajian // January 30, 2014

How much is your online real estate business really worth? Why is paying attention to the value of your online real estate business and website so important? How can you figure out how much it is worth? More importantly, how can you increase its value? Most real estate investors focus on the bricks and mortar. […]

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Outsourcing For Real Estate In 2014

Posted by JD Esajian // January 29, 2014

Outsourcing is one of the best tools available for real estate investors and companies, but the rules are changing. Subsequently, what emerging trends are altering the landscape of remote working in the real estate industry? What do you need to know? More importantly, how can you use it to your advantage? Outsourcing for Real Estate […]

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6 Ways Investors Can Use Crowdfunding To Their Advantage

Posted by JD Esajian // January 28, 2014

Crowdfunding continues to be a hot topic in the media and especially in real estate circles. However, some still don’t quite understand how crowdfunding works. Others are using it to raise millions of dollars in working capital, as well as launching projects that otherwise would have never been possible. So how can you use crowdfunding […]

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Concerns Sorrounding Media Real Estate Statistics

Posted by JD Esajian // January 27, 2014

Are statistics and metrics the be-all and end-all of smart real estate investing? After all, how often have you been told to follow the hard data? There is some logic behind this strategy. Hard numbers are a great way to evaluate a potential deal. However, those numbers must be right for them to work in […]

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7 Real Estate Moves To Make With Your Tax Refund

Posted by JD Esajian // January 24, 2014

It’s that time of the year again. Taxes are either something for you to look forward to or something you have been dreading all year. However, for those expecting to receive money back, make sure you put it to good use. Real estate investors, in particular, should consider using it for their company’s advantage. This […]

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Evaluating Real Estate Stocks

Posted by JD Esajian // January 23, 2014

2013 saw an incredible amount of IPOs, including a number of home builders, go public. There are likely to be many more real estate IPOs this year, as well as a slew of new real estate tech start-ups. However, many of those questioning which are the best stock picks to put their cash into right […]

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Can iBeacon Technology Boost Real Estate Sales?

Posted by JD Esajian // January 22, 2014

This week, a digital media firm announced the launch of iBeacon technology. However, while this news has the ability to impact the entire housing sector, many don’t even know what it is. With that being said, what is iBeacon technology? More importantly, how can it be used for boosting real estate sales? Several new technologies […]

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The Impact of Social Credit Modeling

Posted by JD Esajian // January 21, 2014

New concerns have already been raised in 2014 over how many lenders are looking at social media accounts to evaluate potential borrowers. So how will this affect home buyers looking for mortgage loans. More importantly, what impact will that have on investors? What factors are lenders looking at? Will this process help or hurt the […]

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Should Real Estate Investors Refinance Now?

Posted by JD Esajian // January 20, 2014

With the state of the mortgage market being what it is, how important is it for real estate investors to consider refinancing their properties? 2014 is expected to begin rolling out a set of interest increases, so how important is it for real estate investors to refinance now? How much of a difference will it […]

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