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How Do High Interest Rates and Exotic Mortgages Benefit America?

Posted by JD Esajian // June 5, 2013


Last week, mortgage interest rates hit their highest point in a year. All indicators suggest it is a trend that will continue building momentum. However, high interest rates will help our economy. For regular home buyers and income investors, this means it is time to lock in for buy and hold. Take on as much as you can with confidence, the market will keep lifting rents and property values.

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Real Estate in 2013: A New Way of Doing Business

Posted by JD Esajian // June 3, 2013


However, sharing and collaboration is proving to be the most profitable and faster route to success. Businesses are realizing that, while there still may be plenty of corporate espionage, those that are enjoying the fastest growth and most loyal customer bases are those that are embracing a more open approach.

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Real Estate Trend: Micro Apartments

Posted by JD Esajian // April 1, 2013


The micro apartment trend is booming from coast to coast, from Massachusetts to Southern California, and it isn’t just about affordable housing or for those priced out of buying a home or on a tight budget. So, could it be the highly profitable real estate investing niche you have been looking for?

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Investors Face Increased Competition from Extended Stay Solutions

Posted by JD Esajian // March 29, 2013


What can real estate investors learn from new Extended Stay housing solutions, and how can they use that information for increasing their own profits? Between the economy and fear still ingrained in some from the recent bubble, the demand for a new hybrid housing solution has been increased.

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Real Estate Companies Struggle to Secure Good Talent

Posted by JD Esajian // March 22, 2013


While unemployment remains incredibly high in the U.S., real estate companies are struggling to secure good talent to join their teams. This is a critical hiring moment in the real estate industry. Perched on the verge of a new boom period real estate agencies, builders and investment companies are rushing to acquire top talent to secure the lead and position themselves to maximize profit in the coming months and years.

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Real Estate Investing: How to Build Wealth that Lasts Generations

Posted by JD Esajian // February 14, 2013

Many are drawn to real estate investing and flipping houses for fast money, great returns and big paychecks, but there is a huge difference between making a great income and building real wealth and having wealth that can last for generations. Some people dream all their lives of winning $1 million dollars. They envision that will set them up for the rest of their lives and they’ll never have to work again. For a few it might.

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The Pros & Cons of Investing in College Housing

Posted by JD Esajian // February 6, 2013

Investing in college housing has become an even hotter trend lately but what are the real pros and cons? Investing in college towns has long been a profitable niche for real estate investors across the nation. Typically, good schools enjoying booming local businesses and growing communities making for good fundamentals for real estate investing. Now major players including private equity and big home builders are getting in on the action with deluxe dorms.

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U.S. Ranked Top Real Estate Investment Destination for 2013

Posted by JD Esajian // December 18, 2012

The U.S. is predicted to be the top real estate investment destination on the planet next year, a sign of even better things to come as the housing market continues to recover. A recent report by Overseas Property Professional magazine and a survey of the world’s most active real estate investors by Colliers International shows America as the most popular choice for investing for 2013.

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Quick Tip to Boost Rental Property Cash Flow

Posted by JD Esajian // December 3, 2012

Want to improve your cash flow from rental properties? Real estate investors are constantly craving more cash flow and steadier, more predictable incomes. In order to achieve this real estate investors need to attract and maintain better tenants, limit late payments and avoid evictions.

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Investors: How to Price Your Rent Increases

Posted by JD Esajian // November 29, 2012

The U.S. rental market is heating up fast but how real estate investors price their rental increases can make all the difference in their net returns. Do you have the right rental pricing strategy?

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