Monthly Archives: January 2015

How To Find Your Real Estate Niche

Posted by JD Esajian // January 30, 2015

Any aspiring real estate investor, Realtor, or startup founder that has spent more than a few minutes in study won’t be strangers to the concept of choosing a niche. Having a niche makes it easier for real estate professionals and companies to stand out and gain traction. It’s perfectly fine to have more than one […]

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Running A Real Estate Business When The Weather Has Other Plans

Posted by JD Esajian // January 29, 2015

How can real estate professionals and businesses brave the weather with confidence and remain on top of their game? Data from SingleHop and an infographic from G-Code Magazine suggest that 10 days of inactivity for a business can be crippling. Sometimes hurricanes and historic blizzards can mean the immediate implosion of real estate careers and […]

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The Big 3: Top Buyer Trends Of 2015

Posted by JD Esajian // January 28, 2015

What are set to be the biggest buyer trends of 2015, and how can you navigate them? According to a recent poll of industry insiders, there are three big trends which are expected to be seen in home buying in 2015. So what are they? What do they mean for real estate agents, investors, and […]

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Evaluating Real Estate Tools: What Does Your Business Need?

Posted by JD Esajian // January 27, 2015

Education may be the most important tool we all have in achieving more of what we desire. There is no question that education and training can make all the difference in the success and failure of a real estate investor. However, with so many options and paths to take, aspiring property investors ought to take […]

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How To Survive The New Nomad Economy

Posted by JD Esajian // January 26, 2015

How can real estate agents, investors and businesses survive in the new nomad economy? The world has changed, and continues to change. While statistics show that many people still crave their traditional, suburban American Dream with a spacious single-family home, there is a rapidly growing population of location independent digital nomads out there. This pool […]

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Better Real Estate: Balancing Business & Social Good

Posted by JD Esajian // January 23, 2015

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How can real estate agents, investors and CEOs balance businesses with their personal life and the social good of a community? While the main draw to real estate for the majority of investors may be the profit potential, along with the fabulous freedom and lifestyle, most individuals figure out there is more on the line. […]

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Advanced Home Staging Tips & Strategies For 2015

Posted by JD Esajian // January 22, 2015

Is it time for sellers, real estate investors, and agents to take home staging to a whole new level in 2015? Home staging has become more popular than ever. The data certainly justifies the means, but there are several advantages to staging that many may not even know about. Even some of the best home […]

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How To Save Your House From The Tax Man

Posted by JD Esajian // January 21, 2015

The ‘tax man’ is always eying houses to seize, especially as the U.S. real estate market heads upward and values rise. So how can homeowners defend their family residences? Many U.S. homeowners are finding that their homes are at risk due to a variety of tax issues. For some, it is property taxes. Others have […]

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Why Investors Structure Their Business Under LLCs

Posted by JD Esajian // January 20, 2015

With so many benefits, it’s amazing to see so many real estate investors still questioning whether they should be forming and investing through LLCs or not. These advantages might not be exclusive only to Limited Liability Companies, and may equally apply to similar legal entities, but the premise remains the same. However, so many investors […]

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7 Ways To Spot A Rising Real Estate Market

Posted by JD Esajian // January 19, 2015

How can home buyers and investors spot rising real estate markets? While the U.S. property market is only headed upwards, it is clear that the country is full of very diverse sub-markets – each of which are in different parts of their own cycle. There is a little something for every real estate investor, strategy, […]

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