Monthly Archives: February 2014

Tips for Educating Real Estate Buyers & Sellers

Posted by JD Esajian // February 28, 2014

There are a lot of home buyers and sellers who don’t know about real estate. As a real estate agent or investor, their inability to comprehend the market can be detrimental to your success. So how do you effectively educate these individuals on real estate, win more customers and help them? Done correctly, your educational […]

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Don’t Make This Billion Dollar Mistake

Posted by JD Esajian // February 27, 2014

Would you turn down a $3 billion acquisition offer for your real estate start-up? CEO Evan Spiegel of Snapchat reportedly turned down an offer from Facebook valued in the billions. So will a rejection of this magnitude haunt him forever, or is it a smart business move? This is something real estate entrepreneurs need to […]

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The Real Estate Investor’s Take On Eminent Domain

Posted by JD Esajian // February 26, 2014

Is eminent domain running out of control in America? How is it effecting U.S. property owners? Why is it likely going to increase? How can it actually be leveraged strategically by real estate investors to make a profit? A couple in Colorado has been threatened with losing their property by eminent domain, after being told […]

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2014: The ‘Year Of Fundraising’ For Real Estate

Posted by JD Esajian // February 25, 2014

2014 could easily go down on record as the ‘Year of Fundraising’ in the real estate industry, if current trends continue. Lack of capital or access to credit has notoriously been one of the most common excuses for individuals not to get into real estate investing or do more of it. However, there seems to […]

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Real Estate Marketing: Dealing With Angry Calls

Posted by JD Esajian // February 24, 2014

What should real estate investors do when they start getting angry calls from prospects they marketed to? This is actually a very common scenario when initiating a marketing campaign for a real estate business, and when switching into new marketing mediums. More often than not, it catches new real estate investors and even real estate […]

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4 Tips For Successfully Crowdfunding Your Next Real Estate Investment

Posted by JD Esajian // February 21, 2014

Real estate crowdfunding is exploding in popularity, making it easier than ever for many to raise more funds for projects and investments. However, only about half of all crowdfunding campaigns reach their funding goals. So how can more investors and campaign organizers ensure that they are successful? The Rise of Crowdfunding Crowdfunding continues to grow […]

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Who Are Freelancers & Why Do They Matter?

Posted by JD Esajian // February 20, 2014

Outsourcing has become an essential asset for real estate businesses and professionals, but who are freelancers, and why do they matter? Outsourcing has gone from being a way to trim costs and get the edge in the real estate to the norm. It may be even more popular than local hiring for the bulk of […]

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Creative Thinking For San Diego Real Estate Professionals

Posted by JD Esajian // February 19, 2014

How important is creative thinking for San Diego real estate agents, investors and executives? Perhaps even more importantly, how can they harness the power of creative thinking in their area and use it to their advantage? Creative thinking has long had a place in the real estate world. Many want more of it while others […]

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Weather Crisis: Changing The Real Estate Landscape

Posted by JD Esajian // February 18, 2014

Extreme weather cycles aren’t just frustrating homeowners and real estate professionals, they are literally changing the landscape and property trends. The U.S. seems to be increasingly buffeted by extreme weather from coast to coast. While we have seen the physical landscape and some fortunes affected already, we really haven’t even begun to see the tip […]

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Real Estate Investors: 7 Ways To Find Inspiration

Posted by JD Esajian // February 17, 2014

Need some inspiration? Where can real estate investors, in particular, find more inspiration? Inspiration is perhaps the most valuable commodity sought after by real estate investing pros and agents. So where does it come from and how can your get more of it? Fortunately, getting inspired, and finding inspiration doesn’t just come as a talent […]

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