Avoiding The New Home Incentive Scam

Posted by JD Esajian // September 11, 2013

A new home incentive scam has potential buyers on the lookout for people with bad intentions. However, are home incentive programs really a scam? More importantly, how can you avoid them and still buy a home before property prices and interest rates go up further? U.S. home builders were rocking earlier this year. They were […]

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The Catch With Cheap Foreclosures

Posted by JD Esajian // September 9, 2013

There is a myriad of cheap foreclosures available on a national level that are selling for next to nothing. Homes are being foreclosed on for as little as $6 in interest. So do they make a good buy for real estate investors, and what potential pitfalls await those that aren’t careful about the homes they […]

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A New Perception of the American Dream Home

Posted by JD Esajian // September 6, 2013

Has the American dream home changed? Where do people want to live now? With the economy experiencing so many fluctuations in recent years, perceptions of the American dream home may have shifted. According to Inman News and a Fortune Magazine columnist and author, social and real estate trends may be changing in favor of urban […]

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San Diego House Flipping Tips: Finding Motivated Sellers

Posted by JD Esajian // September 2, 2013

Have you found your real estate investing aspirations held back by challenges in connecting with motivated sellers? If so, take this opportunity to familiarize yourself with the following San Diego house flipping tips so that you may engage sellers more frequently and effectively. You’ve probably browsed volumes of house flipping books for tips with little […]

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Tips For Choosing A Real Estate Brand Identity

Posted by JD Esajian // August 12, 2013

Establishing brand identity is essential for real estate investors, but it remains to be seen which approach demands the best results. So what techniques can real estate investing companies adopt to ensure the best exposure for their practice? The need for an established brand identity can’t be ignored by investors of all levels. Even for […]

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Can I Switch San Diego Real Estate Agents?

Posted by JD Esajian // August 9, 2013

Can home buyers or sellers switch San Diego real estate agents if they aren’t happy? More importantly, can they change agents in the middle of a transaction without huge penalties? As the Southern California housing market heats up, more green agents are getting into the industry and established ones are getting busier. For the average […]

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Finding Big Value In Underwater Homes

Posted by JD Esajian // August 7, 2013

How can those engaging in the real estate market in San Diego uncover big profits by creating more value in underwater homes? Despite the Southern California housing market becoming sizzling hot this summer, there continues to be many missed opportunities to find and create value for acquiring rentals and flipping real estate in San Diego. […]

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Buying Foreclosures In San Diego: Is An Adjustable Rate Mortgage Smart?

Posted by JD Esajian // August 5, 2013

Is an adjustable rate mortgage a smart move for those buying foreclosures in San Diego? Bloomberg News recently revealed that more Americans are now ‘gambling’ on ARMs (adjustable rate mortgages) than they have in 5 years. Considering what happened a couple years before that, is this really an intelligent financial move? Despite how busy the […]

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46% of Modified Home Loans Defaulting Again

Posted by JD Esajian // July 31, 2013


According to a new report, 46% of modified home loans under the government HAMP program (2009) are re-defaulting. On top of this, 38% of the modified home loans made in 2010 are also defaulting again. With the number of these loans re-defaulting, investors can capitalize on the situation while helping distressed homeowners. One of the great win-wins, for each party, can be acquiring the mortgage notes. Investors who do so can modify the loan to help homeowners and then flip or hold the property.

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Are Foreclosures and Short Sales Still The Best Deals In San Diego?

Posted by JD Esajian // July 17, 2013


The media has made no secret of the fact that the San Diego real estate market is heating up and foreclosure rates are dropping quickly. However, there are still quite a number of these distressed properties in San Diego County. In addition, short sales are readily available to those who know where to look. Remember that while we are enjoying one of the healthiest and fastest improving housing markets in the country, homes here are frequently selling for 30% less than their previous high. They will get back up there soon and go even higher, but there are incredible deals to be found if you know where to look and move quickly.

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