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Abraham Walk…, Real Estate Pro in 70124
Abraham Walker answered:
if i purchase a flood damaged home in zip code 70124, is it necessary to have it elevated for insurance qualifications?
Simple answer to your question is "NO". Let's talk about flood insurance 1st. Your main issue dealing with flood insurance is the price. If you are purchasing a flood ... more
1 vote Share Flag Tue Dec 29, 2009 Market Conditions in French Quarter
Eric Bouler, Real Estate Pro in New Orleans, LA
Eric Bouler answered:
I'm currently living on St. Croix and looking for the next location. My parents are from the Gulf Coast and
I would chose the Uptown or Garden District area as you get more for your money. You can always get to other parts of town quickly as New Orleans is not that large a town. You may also ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Oct 3, 2009 Market Conditions in French Quarter
Ian Cockburn,…, Real Estate Pro in New Orleans, LA
Ian Cockburn, Broker answered:
Recent sales in French Quarter?
Are you interested in commercial or residential or both?
Sales are running anywhere from $300 to $650 per sf.
One has to consider if these are single family homes or condominiums.
... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Mar 8, 2009 Market Conditions in French Quarter
Berdy Spencer, Home Buyer in New Orleans, LA
Berdy Spencer answered:
Hi..can anyone tell me the safe blocks within the French Quarter in LA or the safe boundaries at least? How?
I have lived here and in Detroit my entire life barring one stint in ultra-safe KC in the 90's. You MUST EXERCISE CAUTION to live anywhere in New Orleans, even the affluent burbs. My ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Oct 17, 2008 Market Conditions in French Quarter
Ian Cockburn,…, Real Estate Pro in New Orleans, LA
Ian Cockburn, Broker answered:
has prices softened with the credit crunch in New Orlean's French Quarter?
ouch! from the desk of Daniel one feels things should change..... .
The meaning and process of an agreement to buy and sell is just that...an agreement. It is a piece of paper of tr ... more
2 votes Share Flag Wed Jul 23, 2008 Market Conditions in French Quarter
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