Monthly Archives: August 2015

Stock Market Scare To Kick Start Real Estate Buying Spree

Posted by JD Esajian // August 31, 2015

Arrow soaring over houses

Will recent stock market scares create a new surge in real estate investment? In August 2015, the stock market proved just how volatile and uncertain it can be. In spite of warning signs, many kept using stocks as the ‘easy’ option to invest. Even though many company’s stocks trade for ridiculous sums, people kept buying […]

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How to Optimize Your Real Estate Marketing Budget

Posted by JD Esajian // August 28, 2015

Real estate marketing

How can you optimize your real estate marketing and get more out of your current budget? Optimizing a company’s marketing budget is critical for success. Whether you are just starting, or are doing 100 transactions a year, perhaps you already realize that you need to get more for your marketing dollar. That puts you ahead […]

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7 Things Realtors Need To Know About Real Estate Investors

Posted by JD Esajian // August 27, 2015

Realtor and investor

What do real estate agents really need to know about investors? The relationship between real estate agents and investors has gotten a lot better over the last few years. This is mostly due to the fact that investors have been absolutely critical to the survival of Realtors. If it wasn’t for investors, a lot more […]

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Tough HR Lessons For Real Estate CEOs

Posted by JD Esajian // August 26, 2015

Public relations

Amazon’s HR practices have been the attention of a lot of headlines lately. Should this serve as a wake-up call to CEOs and business owners in the real estate industry? Details of what it is like to work for Amazon have opened up a lot of eyes around the world. An in depth investigation by […]

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How To Buy Discounted Homes With Mortgage Notes

Posted by JD Esajian // August 25, 2015

Mortgage notes

How can real estate investors use mortgage notes as a tool for getting better real estate deals? Investing in mortgage loan notes has become much more popular in the last couple of years. That said, there has been a lot of hype over investing in debt. A lot of this stems from the need of […]

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How To Work Around Difficult Realtors

Posted by JD Esajian // August 24, 2015

How can real estate investors and homebuyers get past those difficult Realtors to get the property deals they really want? Scoring a good deal on a home, commercial property, or piece of land isn’t always as easy as we’d like it to be. More often than not is has less to do with the seller […]

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Building Vs. Rehabbing: Which One Has The Upper Hand?

Posted by JD Esajian // August 21, 2015

Is it now more profitable for real estate investors to be building units instead of rehabbing existing ones? Many real estate investors are turning to the Internet to float their ideas of building houses instead of buying and rehabbing existing ones. So is this one of those genius moments where individuals are catching on, or […]

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6 Creative Real Estate Marketing Tactics

Posted by JD Esajian // August 20, 2015

Marketing for leads

Ready for some new real estate marketing tactics to boost your business? Need more real estate leads, ready to maximize your sales volume, or just roll out some marketing that will blow the competition away and establish you at the highest level? There are lots of real estate marketing channels that can work. It’s important […]

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The Top Reasons Homebuyers Aren’t Buying

Posted by JD Esajian // August 19, 2015

Man using cell phone

Why aren’t more homebuyers buying houses this year? Sales records are being broken in popular real estate markets from coast to coast. Yet, far more could be buying homes. For real estate investors, this is an amazing time to buy more inventory. So what’s really holding other retail side buyers back from purchasing? What are […]

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The Pros & Cons Of Custom Rehab Jobs

Posted by JD Esajian // August 18, 2015

Custom rehab job

Offering custom finishes can promise premium results for real estate rehabbers, but what are the real pros and cons? We’ve entered into a new era of business and consumer expectation. We are also still in a tentative real estate market where some properties can sell at lighting speed for top dollar, while others rot on […]

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