Buying a Home: Best Cities for Young Couples

Posted by JD Esajian // June 10, 2013


Wherever the current generation of new grads decides to flock to, there has never been a better time for buying a home. Those that do so now will certainly enjoy incredibly affordable housing payments and get the edge on their peers when it comes to financial freedom and wealth building.

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Should Homeowners Continue to Occupy Their Properties After Selling?

Posted by JD Esajian // June 7, 2013


While the heart says to help and take a meager profit in return for a good service and allow the occupants to stay on and rent the home back ,perhaps even with the potential to buy it back, it can get ugly. Remember that these same owners have often defied the banks and have gotten away without paying their housing payments for years.

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New Digital Real Estate Maps Make Buying a Home Safer

Posted by JD Esajian // June 4, 2013


New technology and mapping tools are increasing real estate education among the public and making buying a home safer than ever. Thanks to new tools and apps, home buyers can now easily determine and differentiate between higher and lower risk areas to make better decisions. Innovation has made buying a home safer than ever.

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San Diego Property Taxes: Avoid the Severe Penalties of Being Late

Posted by JD Esajian // May 30, 2013


In San Diego County those that are late face a $10 charge, plus 10% late fee. Those that do not reconcile their balances by July 1st, 2013 will see an additional 1.5% added on each month, or 18% per year. However, note that the county is not required to send these notices out under state law. So even if you haven’t gotten one that doesn’t mean you aren’t being hit.

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Are Your Real Estate Startups Legitimate?

Posted by JD Esajian // May 29, 2013


So while you might want to launch several startups and recognize the huge potential in the real estate field, how can you ensure you don’t spend an obscene amount of resources on an illegitimate service? First, there are several things you need to know about real estate startups.

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Real Estate Startups: What You Need to Know

Posted by JD Esajian // May 24, 2013


Real estate startups have never had it easier, but unless several questions are answered, the sailing may not be as smooth as expected. For some, the answers will come easy, but others will find the questions harder to answer. However, they do need to be addressed.

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Where to Find the Best Real Estate Education in 2013

Posted by JD Esajian // May 17, 2013


Without a doubt, the best solution for a robust real estate education that can really fast track new investors to success and ensure they successfully navigate hurdles and pitfalls is too dive into an organized course.

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San Diego Ranks Amongst Most Profitable Real Estate Markets in 2013

Posted by JD Esajian // May 13, 2013


While there are deals to be found in virtually every zip code in the country, people continue to wonder where the most profitable real estate markets are. According to a new survey, San Diego continues to be one of the best real estate markets for flipping houses.

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Business Growth: Top Cities for Real Estate Investments

Posted by JD Esajian // May 9, 2013


Where are the best places for business investments and buying real estate right now? It’s no secret that the benefits of real estate are magnified, for both investors and buyers/sellers, in geographic regions that have witnessed significant economic growth. So where are the best locations for buying a home right now?

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Investment Opportunities Abound For Those Willing to Relocate

Posted by JD Esajian // May 8, 2013


Businesses are currently on the move, and with them are an abundance of job and investment opportunities. Those in pursuit of a career, have therefore been forced to reassess their priorities. Does relocating really give them a better opportunity to succeed and be happy?

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