Livingston Parish 2016 Home Sales Stats By Subdivision Name, A Suburb of Baton Rouge. Study includes all residential sales for all types of single family properies in 2016. Study by Bill Cobb Appraiser 225-293-1500 and http://www.denhamspringsappraisers.com Overall in 2016, Livingston Parish real estate experienced a good year with lower inventory forcing increasing prices…until the Great Flood, see chart below. In November 2015, the median sales price was $163,000 which peaked in August at $184,000 only the slide down to $155,000 in November 2016. I believe this correction in home prices could last longer than surrounding Parishes because Livingston was so hard hit by the Great Flood. And, as the experts have stated, it could take up to two years for flood damaged inventory to be repaired and absorbed back into this market. Livingston Parish 2016 Median Home Solds Prices Chart Source: Based on data used with permission of the Greater Baton Rouge Association of REALTORS / MLS from 11/1/2015 to 11/30/2016, extracted on 12/30/2016. Here’s the list of Livingston Parish subdivisions experiencing home sales in 2016, as provided and defined by Greater Baton Rouge Association of REALTORS, along with the statistics of these sales. Pecan Creek Subdivision Correction: A manual Continue reading Livingston Parish 2016 Home Sales Stats By Subdivision Name
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http://www.denhamspringslarealestate.net/ – Six Marketing Strategy Caveats for Baton Rouge Real Estate Agents Chris Brunner is the featured Active Rain “Rainmaker” for Sunday, November 29, 2009 with his post, Six Marketing Strategy Caveats for Real Estate Agents! Here’s a snippet: “1) Have a plan for the plan. Before you do anything else, map out how you intend to execute your new plan and how you intend on measuring results. Develop an entry and exit strategy for your marketing plan. Think of a few ways that you may be able to make slight adjustments along the way to maximize your effectiveness. 2) If it isn’t broke, don’t fix it. If what you’ve got going is working well, why change? I admit it’s good to try new things, but be careful not to abandon what you’ve already got. The saying goes, you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone applies. As an alternative, test different approaches for a small segment of your marketing list. I believe that 10% is a good number to test on. Use 10% of your time and capital for experimenting, the other 90% for things you know work well. Run a campaign and gauge the results. If successful, Continue reading Six Marketing Strategy Caveats for Denham Springs Real Estate Agents
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http://www.denhamspringsappraisers.com/ – Denham Springs Livingston Parish FHA and Rural Development Appraisers Bill Cobb, CREA, is Greater Baton Rouge’s favorite and most reputable home appraiser frequently called upon by banks, homeowners, and savvy real estate investors to assess property values. A home appraiser with 17 years experience, Bill Cobb brings a wealth of knowledge to the table as a home appraiser. Bill’s company, Accurate Valuations Home Appraisal Group, serves Greater Baton Rouge (East Baton Rouge Parish, West Baton Rouge Parish, Western Livingston Parish and Northern Ascension Parish). Contact Bill Cobb and Accurate Valuations Home Appraisal Group for your next home appraisal: Office: 225-293-1500, Cell: 225-953-0638 Fax: 1-866-663-6065 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.appraisersindenhamsprings.com/
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http://www.batonrougerealestateappraisal.com/ – Baton Rouge Business Report is Reporting Greater Baton Rouge Home Sales Decline 19% First 6 Months Of 2009 The Baton Rouge Business Report is reporting this morning that area home sales were down 19% for the first 6 months of 2009. The link to the news on 7/13/2009 is at: http://www.businessreport.com/archives/daily-report/2009/jul/13/1077/ and here’s a snippet as directly quoted: “Baton Rouge area home sales are down 19% through the first six months of 2009 as the effects of the national recession continue in the area. According to figures from the Greater Baton Rouge Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service, there were 3,298 homes sold in the metro region through June, compared to 4,083 through June 2008. The average sale price was down 6.5%, from $207,072 in 2008 to $193,548. Local real estate officials say the housing market remains fairly strong because employment remains high locally. But tight credit markets and consumer unease are causing a slowdown in sales. The number of houses sold in East Baton Rouge Parish was down 21%, from 2,500 through the first half of 2008 to 1,965 through the end of last month. Livingston Parish saw a bigger drop in overall sales, with 509 homes Continue reading Greater Baton Rouge Home Sales Decline 19% First 6 Months Of 2009