Passion: The Key to Real Estate Investment Success

Posted by JD Esajian // May 7, 2013


Real estate investors who exhibit an enhanced degree of passion have given themselves a head start within their industry. True and uninhibited passion has the potential to release the best in everyone. Those who use it to their advantage will achieve more than they have ever dreamed of.

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Should You Enlist the Help of Multiple Real Estate Agents?

Posted by JD Esajian // May 3, 2013

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Self proclaimed real estate investing ‘gurus’ push the strategy of enlisting the assistance of numerous real estate agents. However, a lot of Realtors continue to frown on the vary notion of working with multiple agents and scare those contemplating the idea. Despite conflicting arguments, by enlisting the assistance of multiple real estate agents, prospective buyers and sellers are provided with a variety of helpful options. Exercise all options when buying or selling a home.

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Niche Housing For the Homeless Community

Posted by JD Esajian // May 2, 2013


When flipping houses, selling homes, renting homes or even buying property; it is imperative to familiarize yourself with those who make up the pool of prospective housing markets. There is one niche housing group, primed for buying a home, that is currently being overlooked. Supplying houses to the homeless community may provide everyone involved with substantial benefits. Given the chance, many have the potential to make for a great renter. Others could be prime candidates for seller financing. Some might even have surprisingly decent credit and for obvious reasons ridiculously low debt-to-income ratios.

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The Real Reason the Housing Rebound Can’t Fail

Posted by JD Esajian // April 25, 2013


Despite the predictable rebound of the U.S. housing market and national home prices marching up 10% plus per year, there are still a few that enjoy questioning the strength and longevity of the recovery. So how do we know the housing rebound isn’t going to fall apart? Statistics and cycles aside there is a far more powerful reason that the current upturn in the U.S. real estate market won’t be derailed or run out of gas for years to come.

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New Haven, CT Courthouse to Get Rehabbed

Posted by JD Esajian // April 23, 2013


President Obama is jumping on the real estate rehabbing trend with plans to invest in upgrading New Haven. What does this mean for real estate investors and local home buyers? A part of the new budget includes almost $5 million for renovating and restoring the historic Richard C. Lee Courthouse on Church Street in central New Haven. This is just part of a multi-billion dollar renovation plan for updating government buildings, and while it may be criticized by some it will definitely be welcomed by many locals.

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The Real Drivers of the 2013 Real Estate Market

Posted by JD Esajian // April 22, 2013

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What’s driving the housing market this year, and where does it suggest the best opportunities for real estate investing are? While some reports point to real estate as the only positive thing happening in the U.S. economy, there is a lot more going on than many give credit for. Real estate may be the biggest driver of the economy and jobs right now, but we need a broader spectrum of growth in different industries to keep the current rebound sustainable and to launch us into a full-on boom period.

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El Cajon Foreclosure Auctions Begging for Buyers?

Posted by JD Esajian // April 19, 2013


Are there really any California real estate deals coming on the market that investors have a shot at, without being forced to bid up and over pay for? San Diego’s hot real estate has been a staple in the media with plenty of sensational stories about outrageous bidding wars over homes for sale. While the Southern California housing market is hot and healthy, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t great real estate investing opportunities and deals for those that know where to look.

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Rising Real Estate Trend: ‘House Stalking’

Posted by JD Esajian // April 17, 2013


With houses now selling so quickly and competition increasing, more and more buyers are turning to innovative tactics to find properties, with the latest trend being ‘house stalking’. A recent article published by Reuters reports that in the last year, ’20 percent of those who sold their homes without using a real estate agent did so because they were directly contacted by a prospective buyer’.

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California & Connecticut Real Estate Boast Top Zip Codes in U.S.

Posted by JD Esajian // April 16, 2013


Where are the best zip codes for buying a home or investing in real estate in the U.S. today? According to Coldwell Banker’s Luxury Market report on the zip codes with the most $10 million home sales and listings 6 of the top 10 are in California, with Florida, Colorado and Connecticut real estate making up the rest.

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CT Homes: New Haven Prepping for New Boom

Posted by JD Esajian // April 5, 2013


Those looking into buying a home or investing in real estate in a rapidly appreciating area can’t afford to overlook CT homes and new developments in New Haven. Connecticut real estate is set to see incredible growth thanks to local government initiatives and a redevelopment project anchoring New Haven as a revitalized business and social hub.

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