Monthly Archives: December 2015

7 Numbers You Need To Know When Applying For A Mortgage Loan

Posted by JD Esajian // December 31, 2015

Apply for a mortgage

Analysts are still split on whether getting a mortgage loan is becoming easier or more difficult. With that in mind, what numbers do borrowers need to know in order to more effortlessly sail through the process of buying a home? If you don’t know your numbers prior to buying a property, navigating the mortgage maze […]

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Streamlining The Home Buying Process In 2016

Posted by JD Esajian // December 30, 2015

Real estate transactions

How can buyers streamline their transactions and realize more success in 2016? Getting a handle on the home buying process is crucial for buyers. Fortunately, there is a lot that buyers can do to better control the process, and streamline it. Don’t underestimate the importance of what I am saying. There are a lot of […]

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The 411 On Mortgages In 2016

Posted by JD Esajian // December 29, 2015

Real estate vendors

What’s in store for those seeking mortgages in 2016? A lot has been changing in the mortgage world, and there are likely even more pivots to come in the months ahead. So where are the good loans? Will they be affordable? Is it a good or bad time to get real estate financing? The Good […]

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6 Elements Of A Smart Real Estate Negotiation Strategy

Posted by JD Esajian // December 28, 2015

Real estate vendors

How can you get more of what you really want when it comes to negotiating your next real estate transaction? How well your hopes of your next real estate transaction pan out will depend on how well you negotiate. Everything else beforehand will mean little if you don’t negotiate well. This is where horrible, decade […]

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Real Estate Content Marketing Trends For 2016

Posted by JD Esajian // December 23, 2015

Real estate content marketing

How can real estate professionals win the important content marketing battle coming up in 2016? Inman News recently revealed how one real estate broker is experiencing an exponential increase in business without giving into the advertising giants of the industry. At the same time, this business has acknowledged that they receive about 10,000 visitors a […]

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Buying Your Next Property: Fixer-Uppers Or New Construction?

Posted by JD Esajian // December 22, 2015

New construction homes

Is it better to buy a fixer-upper or a recently built home? As homebuyers rush to beat rising interest rates, one of the biggest questions they face is whether to purchase brand new properties or to go with the trend and acquire a fixer-upper. But how do these types of properties really stack up with […]

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What Are The Biggest Real Estate Investor Mistakes To Avoid In 2016?

Posted by JD Esajian // December 21, 2015

Investor mistakes to avoid

With 2016 nearly upon us, it’s time to start thinking about how real estate investors can better position themselves for success. In addition to what you should be doing, it is equally important to know what not to do. Having said that, learning from those that have come before you can really help your business […]

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4 Reasons You Can’t Afford Not To Buy A Home

Posted by JD Esajian // December 18, 2015

Buy real estate over the holidays

You simply can’t afford to miss out on today’s real estate market. It’s a great time to buy a home. Some are wrestling with this decision as they compare the state of today’s market with where it was no more than ten years ago. They see how prices have gone up tens, and even hundreds, […]

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What Warren Buffett Is Investing In & What You Can Learn From It

Posted by JD Esajian // December 17, 2015

Warren Buffet

What is Warren Buffett investing in now, and what does it mean for today’s real estate investors? There are many misconceptions about Warren Buffett and what he invests in. Yet, everyone wants to invest like him. So what is he really investing in? Where does that signal opportunities and rewards for other investors ahead? Affordable […]

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Invest Like A Pro & Avoid Sabotaging Your Own Market

Posted by JD Esajian // December 16, 2015


As the U.S. real estate market pushes new heights, some may want to think about avoiding self-sabotaging moves that could hurt their own properties. Forecasts for the year ahead mainly call for positive growth. That’s great news for real estate investors, agents, homebuyers, and existing owners. However, with analysts and locals carefully scrutinizing the market […]

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