Louisiana Real Estate Guide
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Thirty miles up the Mississippi River from New Orleans, the state capital of Baton Rouge is a college town and center for the petrochemical industry. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina brought 800,000 refugees from New Orleans and a good portion of them have stayed indefinitely. Start-ups and smaller businesses in the city are currently thriving in part as a result of the designation of a Federal Gulf Opportunity Zone. Tulane, Louisiana State, and Southern University can be found here, along with restaurants, theaters, and other cultural amenities. Downsides include hot, humid summers and a fairly high crime rate. New Orleans was drastically affected by the 2005 Hurricane Katrina disaster and in many ways is still struggling to recover. Prior to the hurricane, New Orleans was a major U.S. port and vibrant tourist destination, showcasing unique creole arts, culture, music, entertainment, food, and history. New Orleans is and has always been culturally and socio-economically diverse, with a high crime rate but equally high spirits which can be seen in the desire of many locals who have returned to help rebuild New Orleans to its former distinction.
On this page you will find Louisiana real estate listing services as well as selected realtors and real estate agencies in the State of Louisiana. For your convenience, this page also provides access to Louisiana real estate directories and realtor resources. A list of housing finance resources for the State of Louisiana can be found on this Louisiana Housing Finance Agencies web page. Whether you are buying or selling a home in Louisiana, these resources can help make the process easier.
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