Monthly Archives: April 2015

Real Estate Content Marketing: What’s Next?

Posted by JD Esajian // April 30, 2015

Man drawing houses on white board.

Some real estate content marketers are finding today’s landscape a challenge. That said, everyone in the real estate industry is a content marketer. So what does it take to win? Content Marketing in Real Estate Every real estate agent, brokerage, investor, and mortgage loan officer is effectively in the content marketing business. If not actively […]

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When Is The Best Time To Buy A Home?

Posted by JD Esajian // April 29, 2015

Home Sold Sign

When is the best time for you to buy a home? Ask any real estate agent or investor, and they’ll tell you it is “now.” But is it? We can’t blame real estate industry workers for trying to do their jobs. It is their job to sell houses. However, is this really the best time […]

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Boost Your Home Sales By Designing Your Clients’ Dream Homes

Posted by JD Esajian // April 28, 2015

Man picturing dream home

Want to move homes faster and for more money? Whether you want to rent or sell properties faster, for more money, or just boost your real estate brand, it can pay to deliver a good product. Not just a good product, but great housing that brings your clients’ dreams homes to life. So how do […]

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How To Beat Being Priced Out Of Renting In Your Area

Posted by JD Esajian // April 24, 2015

Affordable housing is becoming a major issue in many American cities. Many residents and key workers are simply being priced out of the cities they have lived in for years, and where their kids have been growing up. So if you feel like you are being priced out of town, what can you do about […]

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6 Ways Overpricing Your Home Will Sabotage Your Sale

Posted by JD Esajian // April 23, 2015

Woman handing keays to camera

Overpricing homes for sale continues to be the number one factor that derails property owners’ plans. Whether you dream of cashing in on real estate for profit, or desperately need to sell a house to move, asking too much can be your number one threat. So how are high asking prices so bad? How much […]

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7 Ninja Tactics For Choosing The Best Real Estate Agent

Posted by JD Esajian // April 22, 2015

Man and woman staring into the distance

How can you choose the best real estate agent to help you sell your house? There are many basic and mediocre tips for finding and evaluating real estate agents out there, but what tactics and resources can home sellers turn to in order to rip through the glossy marketing materials and overly rehearsed sales pitches? […]

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5 Tips for Working with International Home Buyers

Posted by JD Esajian // April 21, 2015

International home buyers continue to be a significant presence in the U.S. real estate market. So how can U.S. real estate brokerages and investors improve their processes to win more of this business? International real estate investors, home buyers, and vacation home seekers have become a substantial part of the American property market. In some […]

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10 Real Estate Lessons From Playing Xbox With Your Teen

Posted by JD Esajian // April 20, 2015

What real estate lessons can investors pick up from playing Xbox with their kids? Now that we’ve generally gotten over our kids playing video games, it might be time to sit down and play a round or two with them. Real estate investors might find it offers both some much needed quality time and a […]

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The Number One Financial Threat In America (Part:2)

Posted by JD Esajian // April 17, 2015

For rent sign in front yard

Renting a home is now one of the biggest financial threats to individuals in America. So how did this situation get so out of control? How can renters become home buyers faster? What can real estate professionals do to help? Rental Nation 2015 Homeownership in America has fallen to its lowest point in around two […]

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The Number One Financial Threat In America (Part: 1)

Posted by JD Esajian // April 16, 2015

For rent sign in front yard

Find out how renting has become the number one threat to America, and everyone that lives here. Close to half the country is now renting. Some feel stuck in the rental trap. Others have been seduced into renting. Being stuck as a renter isn’t good, and it doesn’t matter how fabulous that rental is. Unless […]

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