Monthly Archives: July 2014

What A Zillow, Trulia Merger Means For San Diego Real Estate

Posted by JD Esajian // July 31, 2014

What will the proposed giant merger of Zillow and Trulia mean for San Diego real estate agents and investors? The proposed takeover of Trulia by Zillow, as to create a new online real estate portal powerhouse, has captivated industry media streams. If it happens, it will be big news, with big ramifications for San Diego […]

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7 Real Estate Blunders Not To Copy From Wall Street Investors

Posted by JD Esajian // July 30, 2014

Comments by big private equity and hedge funds on their new plans for real estate investing caused a stir in industry circles at the end of July. So what are they up to now? What powerful lessons does this new revelation teach regular real estate investors? In a dramatic turn of events, large Wall Street-backed […]

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Alternative Options For Those Priced Out Of Housing

Posted by JD Esajian // July 29, 2014

What can you do when you are literally priced out of housing? How can real estate agents and investors do more to help the situation? While the new real estate rebound has been great for real estate investors, Realtors, and homeowners that were stuck underwater, it has also created new challenges. While it may not […]

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What 2014 Real Estate Statistics Mean For Investors

Posted by JD Esajian // July 28, 2014

Do you know your real estate statistics? Knowing the numbers puts a lot into perspective for home buyers, home sellers, real estate investors, new businesses, and even Realtors. So, what to the latest digits mean? A new round of real estate statistics, compiled by Placester and Inman News, provide interesting insight into exactly where the […]

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6 Critical Factors in Launching a New Real Estate Startup

Posted by JD Esajian // July 25, 2014

What do you need to know, and do before launching your real estate startup? This is a fantastic time to launch real estate startups. Real estate is easily the best investment and industry to get into today, and looking forward. Market conditions may never have been better for successfully launching a startup. However, with high […]

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Could San Diego Investors Benefit From The Newest London Property Tax?

Posted by JD Esajian // July 24, 2014

The UK has announced plans to hit international real estate investors with a new double digit tax. What’s behind this bold move? How will it impact the prime London market? What could it mean for hot secondary markets like San Diego? The British and international media began ringing the alarm bells in the final quarter […]

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Why Should Rental Property Investors Work With Wholesalers?

Posted by JD Esajian // July 23, 2014

Should rental property investors buy from real estate wholesalers? Property wholesalers have developed somewhat of a reputation in the real estate industry. Many don’t understand what they really do. Others have had negative encounters with wholesalers. Yet, new studies show wholesale properties selling fast. What are investors to make of their actions? What makes a […]

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The State of the San Diego Housing Market in The Third Quarter of 2014

Posted by JD Esajian // July 22, 2014

What does the San Diego real estate market look like in the second half of 2014? What do the statistics show is happening in the San Diego housing market? How do the home sales and apartment rental markets differ? What’s the outlook for the rest of the year, and what does it all mean for […]

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Could Advancements In Technology Drive The Next Housing Market Pivot?

Posted by JD Esajian // July 21, 2014

What will be the next massive American real estate pivot? How soon is it coming? How do real estate agents and investors need to prepare themselves if they want to survive it? More importantly, what steps can be taken to thrive in the next pivot? A new blog from speaker, marketer and bestselling author, Seth […]

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7 Reasons To Buy A Home In Southern California This Year

Posted by JD Esajian // July 18, 2014

Why should more people be buying homes in Southern California this year? Millions of potential homeowners are still sitting on the sidelines. Many are beginning to feel the pinch of remaining as renters or couch surfing. Those that haven’t will soon. For a variety of reasons, this is a critical time for buying a home […]

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