Monthly Archives: May 2014

Rent Or Sell Your Old Home When Moving Up?

Posted by JD Esajian // May 13, 2014

An increasing number of Southern California move up home buyers are contemplating the prospect of keeping their old home. So is it really wiser to become an average ‘accidental’ landlord, or shed the weight when taking advantage of the market to buy a better home in Southern California? According to a new survey reported on […]


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45 Questions To Answer Before Wholesaling Real Estate

Posted by JD Esajian // May 12, 2014

Wholesaling houses continues to be incredibly popular, thanks to its reputation for low risk, big rewards and ease of getting into. Still, it is only smart to create a plan and learn as much as you can about how it works before getting started. Having said that, here are 45 important questions to ask and […]


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What The New American Economy Means For Real Estate Sales

Posted by JD Esajian // May 9, 2014

New data on the state of the U.S. economy reveals a nation less wealthy than many might imagine. So what do the numbers really look like, and how will they impact real estate? New figures show a huge percentage of the U.S. population barely living above the poverty line, let alone surviving pay check to […]


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VA Home Loans For Southern California Home Buyers

Posted by JD Esajian // May 8, 2014

VA loans continue to be among the best financing tools for Southern California home buyers. Far too few of those eligible take advantage of them. So who are VA mortgage loans for, what’s so great about them, and what do you need to get one? What is a VA Loan? A VA loan is a […]


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The Pros & Cons Of Detroit’s $1k Homes

Posted by JD Esajian // May 7, 2014

Detroit is gearing up to auction off hundreds more homes for as little as $1,000 each. So are these incredibly low priced foreclosure homes an irresistible no brainer, or more bank account and brain damage than they are worth? Hundreds of these Michigan homes are expected to be auctioned online. Many may go for the […]


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6 Questions To Ask Before Listing Your San Diego Home

Posted by JD Esajian // May 6, 2014

With San Diego home prices rising quickly, many more local homeowners are thinking about selling. However, before listing a home for sale, there are some important questions sellers need to ask. Subsequently, don’t advertise or list your San Diego home for sale until you’ve asked and answered these 6 questions: 1. How Much is My […]


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Emails & Social Updates For Real Estate Professionals

Posted by JD Esajian // May 5, 2014

When are the best times for those selling real estate to send out emails and social media updates to consumers? The truth is that you can have the best property in the world and be offering the best deal on it ever, but it may not matter at all if no one knows about it. […]


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Self-Publishing Tools For Real Estate Experts

Posted by JD Esajian // May 2, 2014

Publishing has big benefits for real estate professionals that want to take their careers and incomes to the next level. Self-publishing is quickly displacing traditional channels to fast track credibility, authority and increase profit margins for those that embrace it. So what tools are available, and what do real estate experts need to know before […]


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Why Real Estate Pros Need To Be Careful About Catering To Millennials

Posted by JD Esajian // May 1, 2014

According to the media and some real estate industry analysts, Millennials are quickly becoming a major force in property markets and need to be catered to by professionals. But could ignoring the rest of the market and riding the trend train be equally dangerous for real estate agents, investors and builders? Millennials, or Generation Y, […]


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