Monthly Archives: June 2014

Housing Still The Best Investment Tool Of A Lifetime

Posted by JD Esajian // June 13, 2014

Many people are still wondering whether or not real estate is one of the best investment strategies for long-term wealth building. Is investing in homes still a smart investment for the average individual? Is a home still the best investment of a lifetime for most Americans? If so, why are some pessimists still questioning the […]

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Abundance of Distressed Properties in San Diego Real Estate Market

Posted by JD Esajian // June 12, 2014

Despite continued talk of declining housing inventory and foreclosure activity, real estate acquisition strategies abound in Southern California’s San Diego County. So where are the opportunities, what types of distressed properties might real estate investors and home buyers be interested in acquiring, and what other attractive investments are available for out of area buyers looking […]

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Fundraising Strategies For Your Big San Diego Real Estate Ideas

Posted by JD Esajian // June 11, 2014

What are the most effective ways to raise funds for your biggest San Diego real estate ideas? Some individuals simply dream of achieving, or re-staking their claim to, the American dream of homeownership. Others have goals of building sizable rental property portfolios. Some want to be engaged in developing the commercial property scene. A few […]

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11 Ways To Up Your Real Estate Game This Month

Posted by JD Esajian // June 10, 2014

Have you ever considered what it may take to increase your volume as a San Diego real estate investor? For those unfamiliar with the industry, there are several ways in which you can generate more real estate leads, attract more customers, find more business, and increase conversion rates. It is only a matter of approaching […]

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Investing In Real Estate: Persistence Is A Game Changer

Posted by JD Esajian // June 9, 2014

One of the most common misconceptions amongst new investors is that it is easy to get the property you want. The idea of getting into a bidding war and walking away with the property may sound exciting, but it is far from easy. There is a lot of work and preparation that goes into every […]

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Navigating Home Mortgage Features for Homebuyers

Posted by JD Esajian // June 6, 2014

With peak home buying season upon us, and new mortgage loan programs emerging, what do borrowers need to know about navigating the home loan options being made available to them? Many homebuyers aren’t aware of some of the loan options that are open to them. If they would just ask, they would realize that exotic […]

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New Investors: Which Real Estate Investing Strategy Is Best?

Posted by JD Esajian // June 5, 2014

Which is the best real estate investing strategy to start out with for new investors? Is it wiser to start out wholesaling houses or building a portfolio of single-family rental homes? Are there any other options? Is becoming a Realtor an even better first move? There are probably more ways to invest in real estate […]

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San Diego Voted Top 10 Summer Vacation Spot For 2014

Posted by JD Esajian // June 4, 2014

San Diego, California has once again been placed amidst the top places to visit. This time, however, San Diego has been named one of the top 10 vacation destination spots for 2014. So who else made the list of top summer getaway spots? Is it a good time to buy a second home in one […]

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Remote Real Estate Employees: Building A Workplace Culture

Posted by JD Esajian // June 3, 2014

Is it possible for real estate businesses with remote employees to build a workplace culture? More importantly, if it is possible, can they enjoy the benefits that are so commonly associated with such a community? Workplace culture and their subsequent communities are hot trends in the business world. They may be as equally important and […]

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New Tenant Due Diligence

Posted by JD Esajian // June 2, 2014

Your success as a landlord is only as good as your tenants are. You can spend months finding a property and another few months fixing it up, but all that work will quickly go down the drain if your tenant does not pay. Instead of rushing in the first halfway decent application that comes your […]

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