Monthly Archives: December 2014

How to Maintain Your Reputation as a Real Estate Professional

Posted by JD Esajian // December 31, 2014

Building a reputation as a trusted, credible real estate professional can take some work. However, it can be lost a lot faster than it is gained when real estate agents, investors, and CEOs aren’t careful. So what are some of the best ways to build and maintain your reputation as a real estate professional? There […]

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What Consumers Want From San Diego Real Estate Agents In 2015

Posted by JD Esajian // December 30, 2014

What do homebuyers, renters, sellers and real estate investors want from San Diego real estate agents in 2015? 2015 is sure to see many more individuals being drawn into the ranks of San Diego County, CA real estate agents. Rising prices, more inventory, and loosening in mortgage markets is likely to increase the potential for […]

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How Much Should I Be Investing in Real Estate Education?

Posted by JD Esajian // December 29, 2014

How much should individuals be investing in their real estate education? Real estate education is clearly important for every individual employed in the industry, as well as investors and other consumers. However, the amount investors should invest in their education remains a topic of hot debate. Few blink at the high prices of private education […]

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Competition Is Great for CA Real Estate Investment Companies

Posted by JD Esajian // December 23, 2014

Despite complaints, competition in the California real estate investment world can be a great thing. It can be great for the state, for consumers, and for real estate companies themselves. While some real estate investors and consumers have been quick to hit the internet and gripe about how increasing competition has made things more difficult, […]

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8 Things Real Estate Investors Need To Budget For In 2015

Posted by JD Esajian // December 22, 2014

As we head into 2015, real estate CEOs, investors, and agents are dusting off new plans. However, their effectiveness in budgeting will make all the difference in whether they reach their goals or fall short. So, what essential items do these pros need to be budgeting for in the year ahead? Even real estate professionals […]

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10 Ways To Improve Your Real Estate Career In 2015

Posted by JD Esajian // December 19, 2014

Want to take your real estate career to the next level in 2015? Whether you are a San Diego real estate agent, real estate assistant in New Haven, CT, home staging expert, investor, California mortgage broker, or offshore freelancer providing support services to U.S. real estate companies, the following 10 tips will keep you growing […]

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Real Estate Investors: Learning From The Mistakes Of Big Banks

Posted by JD Esajian // December 18, 2014

What lessons should real estate investors be gleaning from American banks’ biggest blunders? While most of the media spin, and online debates focus around pointing fingers at U.S. banks, savvy real estate investors might be best served observing the available lessons so that they don’t repeat them. Collections One of the biggest bank stories is […]

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10 Ways To Increase Your Real Estate Knowledge For 2015

Posted by JD Esajian // December 17, 2014

When you stop learning, your real estate business will suffer. Regardless of how much you may think you know, there is always something to be gleaned that can improve your position. Consequently, those real estate agents, investors and CEOs that throw themselves into learning have the biggest advantage. So what savvy real estate knowledge building […]

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A Beginner’s Guide To Real Estate & Property Taxes

Posted by JD Esajian // December 16, 2014

Property taxes are one of the least understood aspects of real estate. That said, what do you need to know about property taxes? Perhaps even more importantly, how can you protect your property and finances? Property taxes can be tricky for first-time homebuyers, aging homeowners, real estate investors, and real estate professionals. So what are […]

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Negotiating San Diego Real Estate Agent Fees

Posted by JD Esajian // December 15, 2014

Can home buyers, sellers and real estate investors negotiate San Diego realtor fees? Some don’t even think twice about paying fees to their realtor. Others immediately dismiss the idea of ever working with a San Diego real estate agent, or participating in a transaction that hosts a realtor. Others hit the web, social and online […]

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