Moving back to New Orleans

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Home Inspector with All American Inspections & Testing, LLC LHI #10917

It's now been about 2 years since Hurricane Katrina, and I still get calls from folks who want to move back to the New Orleans metro area.  Families call from Arkansas, Florida, Texas and even within Louisiana-still in trailers.  Large parts of New Orleans have still not recovered and as a result families are choosing to live in surrounding areas: East and West Jefferson & St. Charles Parish and St. Tammany Parish. 

I was born in New Orleans and raised on the Westbank of Jefferson Parish, and my work over the years has brought me all over the southeast part of Louisiana.  I am familiar with a lot of the neighborhoods.  I still travel around to the different parishes because my own family lives in different parts of "Cajun" country.   

If you are considering moving back, and need help or have any questions you can give me a call and I will be happy to help. 

Tina Baril

Prudential Gardner, Realtors

985-626-8589

www.TinaBaril.com

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