Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Circle Of Influence For Real Estate Investors

Posted by JD Esajian // August 29, 2014

Does a ‘Circle of Influence’ really matter for real estate investors? If so, what is it, and how can you take advantage of it? The Circle of Influence is a concept familiar to most real estate investors. Similar to that of a mastermind group, a circle of influence can have a large impact on the […]

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How To Completely Blow Your Renter’s Mind

Posted by JD Esajian // August 28, 2014

How can a landlord completely blow their tenant’s mind and generate better investment returns in the process? In the start-up, investment and business worlds, success heavily relies on finding and delivering the wow factor. This is rare a train of thought among landlords and rental property investors. However, when applied, it can make life better […]

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House Flipping In 2014

Posted by JD Esajian // August 27, 2014

According to Bloomberg News, Realtytrac has floated the opinion that flipping houses in the U.S. “waned” in the second quarter of 2014. So why might there be fewer transactions? Is it the end of the line for house flippers? Or just the beginning for the savvy few? According to RealtyTrac data, 31,000 homes were flipped […]

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12 Ways to Reward Your Real Estate Company Employees

Posted by JD Esajian // August 26, 2014

What are the best ways for real estate companies to reward employees? Real estate industry employers have been incredibly spoiled over the last seven years. Just as home values plummeted, so did labor costs. That’s all changing now. Those real estate companies with the best talent will always be the winners. Of course, not all […]

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Determining Potential Real Estate Profits

Posted by JD Esajian // August 25, 2014

If real estate investing was easy, everyone would do it. In reality, the real estate business is relatively simple to enter into, but difficult to master. The days of buying almost any property and selling it for a profit are over. In today’s market you need to target properties with upside while not exposing yourself […]

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Getting The Most Out Of Your Leads

Posted by JD Esajian // August 22, 2014

Every successful business has a steady flow of new business coming in and going out every day. If you are not focused on constantly building your business and finding new leads, any success you have will be short lived. One can make the argument that lead generation is the most important thing you can do […]

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19 Questions To Ask Your Mortgage Broker Before Getting A Loan

Posted by JD Esajian // August 21, 2014

Forget asking about interest rates. Below are the real questions San Diego home buyers should be asking their mortgage brokers and loan officers before even going all in with a loan application: 1. Experience While years on the job isn’t always a defining factor for making a San Diego mortgage broker reputable, it’s definitely something […]

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100 Ways For Real Estate Investors To Beat Google’s Latest Search Updates

Posted by JD Esajian // August 20, 2014

Need a strategy for getting back on top of Google after the latest ding to rankings? Real estate companies and professionals were hit hard with the latest Google algorithm update. Many have been virtually wiped off the Internet thanks to the new Pigeon update rolled out by Google in late July. So how can independent […]

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Buying Distressed Property In San Diego

Posted by JD Esajian // August 19, 2014

What should you know before you buy a distressed property in San Diego? Yes, distressed properties are still out there, even in sizzling San Diego County. Distressed property, and homes in particular, remain in high demand in Southern California, and are hotly pursued by real estate investors, Realtors, and regular home buyers. Their perceived discounts, […]

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13 Things To Think About In The Real Estate Industry

Posted by JD Esajian // August 18, 2014

The real estate industry is full of concepts and ideas. In fact, people are drawn to this particular field because of its variety. However, not every aspect is meant for every investor. One individual may prefer to go about their business in a different manner than another. At the very least, it doesn’t hurt to […]

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