Monthly Archives: May 2015

Four Wholesaling Myths Busted

Posted by JD Esajian // May 14, 2015

Man drawing houses on white board.

Many people misunderstand what wholesaling is. Others are jealous of the ‘easy’ money being made by property wholesalers. However, the principles of wholesaling can be seen in banking, supermarkets, the oil and gas industry, recycling plants, and retailers like Costco every day. Invest for value, sell for a profit. It’s business 101. It’s the same […]

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What Hedge Funds Don’t Want You To Know About Finding The Right Lender

Posted by JD Esajian // May 13, 2015

Giant hedge funds keep pushing their way deeper into the real estate industry. Now their investment property mortgage arms and conduits want to dominate the fix and flip, and hard money business. But what might they be covering up? Hedge Funds Want to Control it All You can’t blame them: it’s great to be the […]

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Can Your Real Estate Business Survive Without A Mobile App?

Posted by JD Esajian // May 12, 2015

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Can real estate businesses really survive without a mobile app today? This question has been around for a while, but now that Google favors mobile apps, is it time to take a second look at getting a real estate app? The Google Factor By now, every real estate investor, agent, and company knows that it […]

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How PayPal Has Become An Investor’s Best Finance Tool

Posted by JD Esajian // May 11, 2015

Have you been missing out on the perks of using PayPal for your real estate investment business? There are an increasing number of providers that offer some of the financial services that PayPal does. However, many real estate investors aren’t aware of how much PayPal actually offers. In addition to invoicing and easy website integration, […]

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What Does The HUD’s Social Experiment Mean For Investors?

Posted by JD Esajian // May 8, 2015

Man picturing dream home

The results of a decade long social experiment by the HUD have recently gone public. So what do the findings, and new initiatives mean for real estate investors today? Moving to Opportunity The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) conducted a quiet 10 year social experiment called Moving to Opportunity (MTO). The findings […]

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How Long Should It Take To Flip A Property?

Posted by JD Esajian // May 7, 2015

How long should it really take to flip a property for a profit? The time it takes to flip a property – between buying and reselling – can make a big difference in the profits. New real estate investors often get into this type of investment for the promise of quick flips, and quick earnings. […]

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Warren Buffett’s View On Real Estate CEOs

Posted by JD Esajian // May 6, 2015

Real estate executive sitting at desk

Would Warren Buffett pick you to run his $100 billion Berkshire Hathaway empire? Warren Buffett leaked new indicators as to who he might pick to take over the investing giant during a May 2015 annual shareholder meeting. More important than the names thrown around is the qualities Buffett says he is looking for in a […]

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How Much Is Real Estate Worth In The United States?

Posted by JD Esajian // May 5, 2015

American glah made out of money

Do you know how much the U.S. is worth in terms of real estate? According to the Wall St. Journal, American real estate is worth just under $23 trillion dollars. At least in terms of all its land value added together. This data is a testament to the advent of technology, and how it can […]

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7 Factors Your Next Real Estate Office Must Have

Posted by JD Esajian // May 4, 2015

Empty office desks

What should real estate professionals and businesses be demanding from their next office setup? Real estate professionals and CEOs are using a more diversified selection of office solutions than ever before. There are an ever increasing number of options. So what are the best choices? What factors determine the right solution for each individual company […]

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What Can You Do During National Home Remodeling Month?

Posted by JD Esajian // May 1, 2015

Remodeling plans with color swatches.

Today marks the beginning of National Home Remodeling Month. Renovations are incredibly important for the U.S. real estate market, and the greater economy. So how will you participate? What are some of the remodeling projects you might want to take on? How can your work help the community? New Home Sales are Tanking, but it’s […]

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