What’s The Best Real Estate Agency To Work For?

Posted by JD Esajian // July 16, 2013


For brand new real estate agents, who should probably begin interviewing before they even get their license, the options seem vast. However, the single most important guiding factor ought to be training and help. Those that have already completed real estate licensing courses, and even state exams, know that they really haven’t been prepared adequately to go out into the field. So look for a firm that has a great training program and a broker that is really dedicated to helping you win. Often times, this is found at the biggest international franchises like Coldwell Banker and Century 21.

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Unconventional House Flipping Tips for San Diego Investors

Posted by JD Esajian // July 9, 2013


Investors are constantly looking for new strategies that allow them to find viable inventory in tough markets. San Diego, in particular, provides investors with plenty of challenges. However, house flipping tips for San Diego markets are readily available. You just need to know where to look. Those that have been in the game for just a few months may believe that they have heard of all the house flipping tips they need. There is a substantially large, virtually untapped, market of highly motivated and flexible property owners in San Diego County that can make excellent prospects for those looking for deals. While this may certainly be amongst the most unconventional house flipping tips for San Diego, it is worth looking into.

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Growth Hacking Tips for Real Estate Professionals

Posted by JD Esajian // July 8, 2013


How can real estate agents, brokers and investors tap into rapid growth to propel their businesses and return on investment (ROI)? Growth hacking, for those who are not familiar with the concept, is all about getting bigger over a shorter period of time. Done correctly, growth hacking requires less effort and offers maximum ROIs. It’s a lot like guerrilla marketing. However, it is more technical, strategic and offers more leverage than sweat equity.

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Tips For Finding Foreclosures in San Diego

Posted by JD Esajian // July 4, 2013


According to a recent report by the local paper, foreclosures in San Diego are down to a seven year low, while local home prices have risen 15%. At the same time more home buyers of all types are out in force and highly motivated to bid and score a property in the face of rising interest rates. So how and where can real estate investors find foreclosures for acquiring rentals and flipping houses in San Diego today? Perhaps the first question real estate investors should be asking is how can you get better deals on properties that are on the market. Just because some asking prices are sky high, you can still offer less, move faster, find ways to pay cash, and position yourself as the better buyer.

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Will Live-Work Units Be The Hottest Real Estate Trend of 2014?

Posted by JD Esajian // June 27, 2013

House keys, plan and model houses.

More jobs are being added to the economy, with many more small businesses launching and independent entrepreneurs launching their own careers. This combined with trends towards smaller and home working spaces as wells as small housing units suggests live-work units could be a prime pick and some of the most in demand property over the next 5 years at least.

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Connecticut Real Estate Poised For Growth in New Haven

Posted by JD Esajian // June 26, 2013


If local investors and financiers really work together, there could be great potential for using this area to create a significant startup community. Connecticut real estate could bring in more tech to ensure the city evolves and remains a hot area for doing business, attracting young families and great talent. This will aid in propelling local property values, drawing global investment dollars and creating more profit for real estate investors.

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How Real Estate Agents Can Boost Income

Posted by JD Esajian // June 17, 2013


When first getting into the business real estate agents in particular are slammed with dozens and dozens of products and services promising to help them, but most fail to deliver because they are not used effectively. By incorporating systems, agents can slash administrative labor hours in half and add over 10% to the incomes of six figure earners in a matter of a few weeks.

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Real Estate Jobs Help Economy Bounce Back

Posted by JD Esajian // June 13, 2013


Rising home values have certainly boosted consumer confidence and in turn consumer spending. Accordingly, the recent boom is being attributed to flipping houses. However, the housing sector is also now adding an abundance of real estate jobs. This will get people off the sofa, pump the economy with cash and help banks return to being flush with liquid capital.

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Finding Big Real Estate Investing Profits on the Coast

Posted by JD Esajian // June 12, 2013


It’s all about moving houses. Not selling a home and buying a new home, but actually physically moving existing homes. Erosion is literally forcing many coastal homeowners from New England and Southern California to “move it or lose it.” Those who take advantage of this niche market may find it equally rewarding and challenging.

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Mobile Real Estate Apps: The Future of the Industry?

Posted by JD Esajian // June 11, 2013


Mobile real estate apps, like Foursquare promotions or SMS marketing, allow every investor to participate in some form of marketing to maintain visibility and ownership. As it stands, mobile real estate apps can change the face of the industry. However, new interactive augmented reality apps will certainly also have impacts on branding and winning customers through engagement.

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