Home Prices in New Orleans Foreclosures Can Differ Between Areas

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Since New Orleans is the largest city in the US State of Louisiana foreclosures, everyone loves to buy a home in here. Actually, New Orleans is the major port city of America which is the reason why there are several job opportunities. Due to this particular fact people always look for a home in a here and that’s when New Orleans foreclosures help them in the right way. Although the conditions in New Orleans are good for job seekers but there entire State of Louisiana has been hit hard by the recent recession. With recession hitting this state, lots of people have lost their jobs and that’s one of the reasons why they are behind their mortgage payments. The recession and economic crisis can always be considered as the basic factors behind the increase in New Orleans foreclosures. No doubt, foreclosure homes are not good for the State but investors think differently. They know they can clinch a perfect deal which will help them to get a lot of money in future. If you are also interested in doing so, it is essential to have a look at the existing prices of homes in this part of the world. When you will check different foreclosure affected homes in New Orleans, you will find a great deal of diversity in their price. Actually, price of a home depends on its condition and the area where it is located in. But, there surely are some areas where prices are higher than others. For instance, if you opt for Bonita Bay Dr to get a home with three beds and three baths, you must be willing to pay somewhere around $407,900. This price is for a single family home of 3,467 SqFt. Apparently it feels like this aforementioned price is the limit but there are areas where prices can go further up. For instance, a home in English Turn Dr with four beds and three baths may be available at an estimated price of $699,900. This price is for a single family home of 5,364 SqFt. Similarly, price of a home in Prytania St can go up to $1,800,000. These are the prices in only few of the areas but there are other areas where you can see a great deal of fluctuations in price of homes. So, always bear this in mind that though New Orleans foreclosures are profitable for you but they will ask for a lot of money in the first place.

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Terry Miller
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Great post, thanks for the good info and have a great weekend.

Oct 29, 2009 04:31 AM #1
Paul Gapski
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yes they look so nice but Foreclosures are such tough on to stomach.

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