Monthly Archives: March 2015

6 Summer Getaways For Real Estate Professionals

Posted by JD Esajian // March 31, 2015

San diego bay

Summer is coming. It is a time when every real estate agent, investor, and CEO should be going on vacation. So where are the best destinations for real estate professionals to travel in 2015? All Real Estate Professionals Need to Getaway There are at least a dozen reasons every real estate professional should be traveling […]

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How To Get The Most Out Of Your Open House

Posted by JD Esajian // March 30, 2015

Woman handing keys to buyer

The new real estate landscape will require sellers to adjust to the needs of buyers. That said, is it time for real estate agents and investors to up their open house game with more exciting experiences? Or are open houses dead? Long Live the Real Estate Open House! Open houses have been declining in popularity […]

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7 Tips For Managing Real Estate Teams In The Digital Workplace

Posted by JD Esajian // March 27, 2015

Man working at desk

How can investors manage real estate teams in the new digital workplace? The workplace has changed. We’ve evolved from the industrial era. We’re now working in a digital landscape. The digital nomad movement has gone from the fringe to mainstream. Now; outsourcing, remote working, and freelancing are the norm. That doesn’t mean it doesn’t have […]

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How to Build a Home That Will Stand The Test Of Time

Posted by JD Esajian // March 26, 2015

Beachfront home on cliff

Building a safe home in a safe location is on the top of most peoples’ homeowner list. So where is the best place to buy a home if you are hoping to stand the test of time, and what features are smart to look for? The location in which you buy is important. There is […]

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Real Estate From A Billionaire’s Perspective

Posted by JD Esajian // March 25, 2015

Billionaire real estate home on Italian coast

How do the world’s richest billionaires think about and use real estate investments? Forbes’ richest billionaires, and almost 90% of U.S. millionaires place a high priority on real estate. They are famous for their impressive estates and massive investments. Yet, all too often those just starting out mistake these fruits with the ultimate goal. Or […]

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The 2015 Social Media Survival Guide for Real Estate Professionals

Posted by JD Esajian // March 24, 2015

Man holding social media icons in his hand

How can real estate professionals survive and thrive in the new social landscape? The vast majority of real estate agents and investors now claim to be using social media. Most still aren’t seeing the results they hoped for. It is more challenging due to rules always in flux. They tell us we need it. But […]

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Real Estate Investor Pro Tips: 7 Ways To Slash Your Taxes

Posted by JD Esajian // March 23, 2015

Note indicating taxes are due

How can real estate investors slash their income taxes this year? April 15th is looming around the corner. Fortunately, there is still time for a few smart last minute financial moves to reduce the amount you’ll owe on your 2014 income taxes and real estate investment earnings. For those that have already filed and don’t […]

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High Response Real Estate Marketing Tactics

Posted by JD Esajian // March 20, 2015

Man writing marketing strategies on white board

What are the best real estate marketing tactics for high response rates? Everyone from regular home sellers to San Diego real estate investors want more leads. So what are the best ways to generate more real estate leads? How Real Estate Pros are Generating High Volume Leads While technology has become more integrated with every […]

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The 6 Day Challenge For San Diego Real Estate Professionals

Posted by JD Esajian // March 19, 2015

Hand holding rice in the shape of a heart

Calling all San Diego real estate investors, agents, CEOs, and industry vendors! Can you take this 6 day challenge? San Diego real estate professionals have it made. Spreads in the area make it possible to earn a lot more in Southern California, than in many cities across the country. As a result, successful San Diego […]

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6 Things Keeping Home Buyers On The Fence In 2015

Posted by JD Esajian // March 18, 2015

Fence with home behind it

While experienced real estate investors can’t get enough of the current market, many home buyers, including the massive pool of millennials, are still stuck on the fence. So what’s keeping them there, and how can they be helped off the sidelines so that they too may buy a home? There are a variety of perceived […]

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