5 Actions To Take When You Apply For A Traditional Mortgage Loan

Posted by JD Esajian // September 7, 2016

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There are many real estate investors who are utilizing traditional lender programs. With interest rates continuing to slide this has become an increasingly viable option.  As popular as lender programs are not every borrower can get approved.  There are still strict guidelines in place and a mountain of documentation that has to be provided.  With […]

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5 Hidden Home Buying Expenses

Posted by JD Esajian // June 22, 2016

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There is a lot that goes into buying a home. This is the case whether you plan on living in the property or using it as an investment.  What most veteran homebuyers know is that the list price is not the amount you end up spending.  Between property taxes, insurance and miscellaneous closing costs this […]

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7 Inexpensive Ways To Find Sellers

Posted by JD Esajian // March 28, 2016

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The best real estate investors understand the importance of a keeping a full pipeline. Closing a deal today is great only if you can find ways to build on that momentum.  In almost any market there are motivated sellers.  The key is to constantly strive for ways to find them.  One of the misconceptions in […]

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How Will The Remote Working Trend Affect Real Estate?

Posted by JD Esajian // February 12, 2016

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As remote working powers through its tipping point, what evolving real estate trends do home buyers, and investors need to be aware of? If it hasn’t already, remote working is on the fast path to becoming the most common way to work. The biggest impact for the real estate industry is still to come. So just […]

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10 Documents You Need Before Applying For A Home Loan

Posted by JD Esajian // February 4, 2016

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If you want to ace the home loan process it pays to be prepared. While some sources report that it has become easier to obtain a mortgage loan, it is still far from as easy as it was 10 years ago. With the current rush to secure loans before interest rates go higher, lenders get […]

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How To Prepare Your Real Estate Clients For Mortgage Mayhem

Posted by JD Esajian // January 29, 2016


How can real estate pros prepare their clients to survive the mortgage process? While some sources suggest that getting a home mortgage loan is getting easier, it will continue to be a quirky and trying process until major innovations are implemented. Mortgage struggles are one of the most common reasons that real estate deals fall […]

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The Keys To Buying Foreclosure Properties In 2016

Posted by JD Esajian // January 28, 2016

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How can real estate investors successfully source, buy, and recycle foreclosure properties this year? Yes, there are still thousands of distressed and foreclosed homes in the U.S. property market in 2016. There may be far fewer than before and they may be a little harder to find, but they are there. So how can real […]

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Real Estate Investing: Solving the Affordable Housing Crisis

Posted by JD Esajian // November 4, 2013

According to recent reports, America is suffering from an affordable housing crisis. Some real estate investors may find this hard to believe, given how much more affordable U.S. housing is today than it was in the past. Still, there is no question that many are struggling. This presents some great opportunities for investors to both […]

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Why Are San Diego Realtors Denying Your Offers?

Posted by JD Esajian // September 25, 2013

As the Southern California housing market continues to improve, many home buyers are complaining that San Diego Realtors are shooting down their offers with equal veracity. So what’s the deal? Since last year, home buyers and real estate investors have been complaining that they are having a hard time getting purchase offers accepted by San […]

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Real Estate Companies Or Individual Agents?

Posted by JD Esajian // September 23, 2013

When it comes to buying a home or selling a house in San Diego, CA, what’s more important; the individual agent you hire or the real estate companies they work for? For those that haven’t bought or sold many homes, and even for some investors that have been in the business for a little while, […]

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