Home Selling

Cash Buyers vs. Traditional Listing: Pros and Cons

Posted by CT Homes // March 31, 2021

You can take two main routes when selling a home: listing the property or searching for cash buyers. In today’s fast-moving real estate market, sellers will likely have no trouble with either option. However, there are a few factors to consider before deciding which path to follow.  Cash buyers have become increasingly common in the […]

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Don’t Make These Home Selling Mistakes

Posted by CT Homes // February 14, 2020


As with anything, there are do’s and dont’s when it comes to selling your home. Some of the biggest mistakes are arguably the easiest to avoid, which becomes especially important if you are selling or thinking about selling your house without a Realtor. Here are four home selling mistakes you should consider avoiding at all […]

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How To Find A Buyer For Your Rehab Property FAST

Posted by Paul Esajian // July 28, 2017

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In the world of real estate time is money. With every rehab property you work on it is essential that you find a buyer as quickly as possible. The interest payments, insurance and taxes don’t stop until your property gets sold. The first 24 hours of any new listings is the best time to generate […]

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4 Things To Consider When You Are Selling A Property

Posted by JD Esajian // August 26, 2016

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There are a handful of subtle things you should be doing if you are selling your property. Some of these are common sense but all of them can have a tremendous impact on your bottom line. Even in a seller’s market, it is not enough to list your home and wait for the offers to […]

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Selling a Home: How to Choose Between 5 Different Offers

Posted by JD Esajian // March 17, 2016

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Selling a home? Which offer will you accept? When you put your home up for sale you’ll attract all types of offers. The most notable difference between these offers is normally financing, and how buyers intend to pay for their purchase. So what types of bids might you get? Which are the best choices for […]

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Sell Your Property For Maximum Return

Posted by JD Esajian // February 19, 2016

There is a lot that goes into flipping a property. Not only do you have to acquire it at a price that works for you but also, you need to put the right amount of work into it.  There are many investors who are disappointed in their results because they fail to see the end […]

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How To Sell Your Home In A Declining Market

Posted by JD Esajian // September 17, 2013

If you are wondering how to sell your home in a declining market, you have come to the right place. While selling a home in a down market might seem like a tough challenge, it certainly isn’t impossible. In fact, the majority of homes sold between 2006 and 2011 had to deal with it. So […]

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Is A Real Estate Agent Needed to Sell Your Home?

Posted by JD Esajian // August 30, 2013

Can California homeowners and investors sell their homes without using a real estate agent? More importantly, if they can, should they? Property owners, in association with investors, are forced to make these decisions everyday. While there are certainly advantages to neglecting the assistance of a real estate agent, those trying to save money will find […]

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Selling Your House When Joint Owners Won’t Cooperate

Posted by JD Esajian // August 21, 2013

Can you still sell your house when there are other owners that you aren’t in touch with or may not want to cooperate? This scenario has become an increasing problem for many U.S. homeowners in the wake of the last 7 years. Properties have changed hands multiple times, people have been added onto title deeds, […]

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Whose Side Is Your San Diego Real Estate Agent Really On?

Posted by JD Esajian // August 20, 2013

Is your San Diego real estate agent really on your side? If not, whose side are they on and how can that impact their ability to act in your best interests? This debate triggers one of the most confusing parts of home buying, selling properties and investing in real estate for most consumers. While there […]

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