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Rebirth of the Big Easy

Oct 09, 2013

By Eliza Theiss, Associate Editor 10/09/2013 Lately it seems that all eyes are on New Orleans (NOLA). All but washed away just eight years ago when Hurricane Katrina submerged 80 percent of the city, NOLA is showing healthy market indicators. National retailers such as Costco and Walmart are moving to...

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Developers see apartment potential in CBD office space

Aug 09, 2013

With office space occupancy continuing to trend down in the Central Business District, real estate analysts say the city should expect to see additional apartment development downtown as demand for urban living continues to stay strong. The belief is that New Orleans is following a growing national trend in which...

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More than 500 apartment units planned for north Covington

Aug 01, 2013

The Covington City Council will soon be asked to annex 18 acres of land along the city’s northern fringe to clear the way for construction of a 288-unit apartment complex, a development that would add to a mini-boom in what had been a countrified section of St. Tammany Parish. To be called...

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New Orleans area apartment rents, occupancy rates continue to rise

Jun 14, 2013

In a trend drawing attention from national investors, the New Orleans area apartment market continues to see rising average rents and occupancy rates, according to a report by local analysts in the multi-family housing industry. Algiers saw the biggest recent uptick in rents and lived-in units, while New Orleans’ historic...

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Real estate report shows the metro is seeing growth

Jun 13, 2013

The Greater New Orleans Multi-Family Report for the first half of the year is out, and it points to continued growth in our area. Overall the metro rental market is “very healthy” says Larry Schedler, the head of Schedler and Associates, one of the firms that puts the report together....

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America’s New Frontier For Business Opportunity

Jan 03, 2013

They say that the view from the bottom is often the reason – the inspiration – for getting back up. For Louisiana, the view must have been coming from very low ground and looked overwhelmingly bleak, because the state has made a dramatic economic transformation over the recent years, after...

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New Orleans Multifamily Market

Jun 09, 2012

The world knows New Orleans for its great cuisine—and every great meal starts with a great recipe. If you were to create a great apartment market recipe, it would include an improving job market, a shift from single-family ownership to rentals, a slowdown in new construction, tightening of credit, the lack of developable land and a dash of community resistance.

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