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Why Do Smaller Baton Rouge Homes Sell For More Per Square Foot Than Larger Homes?

I received the following question from a local Real Estate Broker tonight:  THE QUESTION:  Why Do Smaller Baton Rouge Homes Sell For More Per Square Foot Than Larger Homes?    I have a client asking a question as to why a home with 1900 sq. ft. doesn’t sell for the same price per sqft as […]

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Baton Rouge Real Estate Appraiser: Should You Build Your New Home In This Subdivision?

Baton Rouge Real Estate Appraiser: Should You Build Your New Home In This Subdivision?    NOTE: My point is not to put down any particular subdivision in Greater Baton Rouge. My point is that it makes no economic sense to build a $160,000 new home in a 50 year old subdivision where the average non […]

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Zachary La Real Estate: Success of Windsor Place Creates Demand For Second Filing

http://www.zacharylouisianarealestate.info/ – Zachary La Real Estate Minute: Windsor Place Subdivision 2010-2011 Report. With a marketing time period or average days on the market of only 31 in 2010 and 39 in 2011, clearly the market wants more of this housing! Since 6/1/2010 in Zachary and excluding Windsor Place home sales, the average days on market […]

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Crystal Lakes Denham Springs: An Appraiser’s Perspective

http://www.denhamspringsappraisers.com/ – Crystal Lakes Denham Springs: An Appraiser’s Perspective Denham Springs resident and home appraiser, Bill Cobb, offers comments and advice on the holding pattern that Crystal Lakes has been in since this development began in approximately 2007. I’ve watched Crystal Lakes for years now as my family and I have visited North Park and […]

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New Steel Home Construction Being Built in Baton Rouge in 2009 – May 2010 Follow Up Video

http://www.batonrougerealestateappraisal.com/ – New Steel Home Construction Being Built in Baton Rouge in 2009 – May 2010 Follow Up Photo and Video On March 29, 2009, I posted the video below of new Baton Rouge Steel Homes under construction. Above and Below this video is is the follow up photo and video in May 2010 of […]

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Photos From The Field: Baton Rouge Real Estate Picks Up Momentum Into 2010

http://www.appraisersinbatonrouge.com/ – Photos From The Field: Baton Rouge Real Estate Picks Up Momentum Into 2010. This sign below is common in Fairhill At Bluebonnet Highlands in May of 2010. From the GBRAR MLS Stats from 5/2009 to 5/2010 for new homes to 5 year old homes, extracted on 5/9/2010, the months supply of inventory appears […]

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West Baton Rouge Housing Statistics: Sugar Mill Plantation Sees Active Market In 2010

http://www.westbatonrougeappraiser.com/ – West Baton Rouge Housing Statistics: Sugar Mill Plantation Sees Active Market Into 2010 Solds In Sugar Mill Plantation from 1/1/2009 to 12/31/2009 revealed: Average Sales Price: $223,337 Average Sold Price Per Sq. Ft.: $122.18/sf Median Sold Price: $222,500 Number of Sales: 27 Number of Sold REO/Foreclosures Noted In MLS: 0 Solds In Sugar […]

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Baton Rouge Real Estate Buzz: Multiple Renovations and New Homes In University Gardens 70808

http://www.batonrougerealestatebuzz.com/ – Baton Rouge Real Estate Buzz: Multiple Renovations and New Homes In University Gardens 70808 I was appraising a home in University Gardens on Saturday and noticed a substantial amount of renovations projects taking place along with these two new homes under construction on corner lots back-to-back below. It appears the trend in this […]

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Baker Louisiana 70714 Housing Market Report March 2010

http://www.batonrougerealestatebuzz.com/ – Baker Louisiana 70714 Housing Market Report March 2010     Tags: Baker Louisiana 70714, Baker Louisiana housing, Baker Louisiana homes, Baker Louisiana new homes, Baker Louisiana real estate, Baker Louisiana baker hills

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Ascension FHA Appraisers Report: High End Homes Remain Oversupplied With Median Sales Prices Declining

http://www.ascensionrealestateappraisers.com/ – Ascension FHA Appraisers Report: High End Homes Remain Oversupplied With Median Sales Prices Declining. Despite the consecutive rounds of positive economic news for the Greater Baton Rouge Economy, the Northern Ascension Parish Housing Market is still oversupplied and has been for quite some time now. As the chart clearly shows, the median sales […]

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West Baton Rouge New Homes Oversupply and Declining Median Sales Prices

http://www.westbatonrougeappraiser.com/ – West Baton Rouge New Homes Oversupply and Declining Median Sales Prices Despite the consecutive rounds of positive economic news for the Greater Baton Rouge Economy, the West Baton Rouge Housing Market, more particularly the Addis Market, is still oversupplied and has been for quite some time now. As the chart clearly shows, the […]

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Baton Rouge Real Estate in October 2009 Ranks Within 20 Strongest Metro Areas In U.S.

http://www.appraisersinbatonrouge.com/ – Baton Rouge Real Estate in October 2009 Ranks Within The 20 Strongest Metro Areas In U.S. (NOTE: This Photo, Taken in 10/2009, Shows New Construction By More “Economy Builders” Priced Below $200,000 Is Still Fairly Brisk Within The Outlying Areas Of Greater Baton Rouge Itself. This is the “New” New Construction Baton Rouge […]

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