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Tips For Finding The Best San Diego Real Estate Agents

Posted by JD Esajian // July 11, 2013

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With hundreds of new San Diego real estate agents rushing into the market, it can certainly be difficult for local homeowners to choose who should represent them. With that being said, if you are going to hire them, why not hire the best San Diego real estate agents to assist you in your journey. As with any professional service provider, there can be a big difference in the quality and value of service received. So how can you make sure you are the recipient of great service? After all, your business may depend on them. Start by recognizing the difference between San Diego Realtors and other real estate agents. Not all agents are necessarily Realtors. Realtors are held to a higher standard and code of ethics.


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Flipping San Diego Houses Versus REIT Investing

Posted by JD Esajian // July 2, 2013

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Buying long term hold rental properties can be a good move in the current market, given cash flow spreads. However, those that are even more cautious and that truly want to glean as much as they can from current market conditions are banking on flipping San Diego houses. This is enabling real estate investors to cash in fast by acquiring distressed properties from motivated sellers.


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CT Homes: Tips On Flipping San Diego Real Estate In The New Boom

Posted by JD Esajian // June 27, 2013

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Much of the strategy and advice gleaned from reality TV shows like Flip This House San Diego has focused on acquiring foreclosure property in one form or another and operating in a down market. However, the real estate game is morphing at a rapid rate, as new challenges, opportunities and pitfalls are presenting themselves to those flipping San Diego real estate. CT Homes has several tips in navigating today’s market.


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The Flip This House San Diego Team: How To Reduce Investing Risks

Posted by JD Esajian // June 26, 2013

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While the housing sector has demonstrated an increased propensity for volatility, there are those that have successfully weathered the storm with prosperous results. Accordingly, there are few as qualified to comment on successfully mitigating risk than CT Homes’ Flip This House San Diego team. Despite fluctuations in our economic standing and unpredictable foreclosure rates, successful investors can leave their mark on even the most distressed communities. So how can investors reduce or eliminate risks when flipping homes in San Diego and throughout Southern California?


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The California Real Estate Agent Bubble

Posted by JD Esajian // June 19, 2013

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According to the media’s portrayal of new real estate companies and subsequent competition between agents, the saturation of the market could make it hard for new investors to contend. So, is there too much competition to be able to make a great living as a real estate agent in California? Could massive competition from sales people also hamper the efforts of California real estate investors and make it more difficult for them as well?


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Open Houses in Connecticut: How to Draw 10k Buyers

Posted by JD Esajian // June 14, 2013

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While some real estate investors, agents and home sellers are putting in overtime and spending big bucks just to try and pull in a handful or couple dozen home shoppers to their Connecticut open houses others are literally pulling in thousands. They are even pulling it off on high end multi-million dollar home listings.


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Wholesaling Real Estate: Is There Still Time to Get In?

Posted by JD Esajian // June 6, 2013

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There may be a lot of people interested in wholesaling real estate and many that are trying their hand at it. But there are few that have actually invested in the education to do it right and well. This means plenty of opportunity for flipping houses fast and for sizable profits and significant amounts of volume for those that really apply themselves and commit to good business practices.


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Vacation Home Sales Heating Up

Posted by JD Esajian // May 31, 2013

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A rise in vacation home sales indicates a much stronger phase of the housing recovery coming into play, a stronger economy and confidence. According to the National Association of Realtors vacation home sales were up 10% last year on a national scale, and with peak buying and vacationing season just kicking in across the U.S. we can expect an even bigger lift this year.


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Connecticut Open House Day

Posted by JD Esajian // May 28, 2013

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June 8, 2013 will witness the celebration of the 9th annual Connecticut Open House Day. This year’s festivities and participants include the New Haven Museum and Pardee-Moriss House. It’s a statewide event organized to help residents better engage and learn more about their state, as well as helping to create tourism ambassadors.


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Recent Boom Attributed to Flipping Houses

Posted by JD Esajian // May 23, 2013

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With consumer confidence strengthening, a surge in development in New Haven, business growth in Bridgeport and the peak summer real estate season just about to kick in, second quarter 2013 numbers are likely to be even more attractive.


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