Homes at their lowest prices since the storm
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210 Oak Ln., Luling for $176,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Zeller to Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Stanfill on Aug. 21
Unfortunately because of the historic circumstances, a large number of buyers had no choice but to buy homes at higher prices.
People have relocated here to find welcoming neighborhoods and great schools. This market was not a “centered market.”
During the two years after Katrina, the market has slowly moved back toward the center. The market has now become more of a buyer’s market, offering many homes to choose from and declining market prices. If the thought of a new home is intriguing, now is a good time to start looking.
Many homes have sat for sale for awhile and sellers may be becoming anxious. Price reductions are taking place all through St. Charles Parish.
Sellers are still enjoying slightly higher asking prices than before the storm and buyers are enjoying a wider selection of property the lowest asking prices since the storm.
The following Real Estate Transactions were taken from the public records at the St. Charles Parish Courthouse. Below you will find purchased homes and vacant land in the St. Charles Parish area. The following transactions primarily took place primarily during the month of August.
•306 Boutte Estates Dr., Boutte for $75,000 from Donald Hill to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Clement on Aug. 13
•339 Acorn St., Boutte for $115,000 from Donna Brown to Stantell Randoph on Aug. 22
•Lot 1A Hwy. 635, for $6,372 from Mr. and Mrs. George Sims to Mr. and Mrs. Terry Matherne on Aug. 24
•Lot 5A, Square 9A Fairfield Plantation Oaks, for $89,255 from U.S. Bank National Association to The Secretary of Housing & Urban Development on Aug.13
•47 Carriage Ln., Destrehan for $162,000 from Keirsten Williams to Mr. and Mrs. Brent Matis on Aug. 20
•329 Rosedale Dr., Destrehan for $192,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Lyles to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Staton on Aug. 21
•31 Belle Helene, Destrehan for $405,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith to Mr. and Mrs. Alireza Sadeghi on Aug. 17
•Lot 32, Square 8 Ashton Plantation Estates, Luling for $70,500 from Ashton Plantation Estates to Mr. and Mrs. Rick Waller on Aug. 20
•1105 Kinler St., Luling for $139,900 from Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Stanfill to Mr. and Mrs. Damien Joseph on Aug. 20
•210 Oak Ln., Luling for $176,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Zeller to Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Stanfill on Aug. 21
•Lot 105 Country Cottage Estates Phase 3C-A & 3C-B, Montz for $63,000 from Mr. and Mrs. David Ehrmann, Jr. to Kevin Carruth & Monica Lambert on Aug. 21
•Lot 34, Square 1 Evangeline Estates, Montz for $120,000 from Scott Rigney to Edward Chatman on Aug. 17
•Lot 20A West Easy St., New Sarpy for $43,700 from Robert Sams & Virginia Riecke to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roubion on Aug. 23
•10431 Airline Highway, St. Rose for $450,000 from Circle K Stores, INC to Brothers St. Rose LLC on July. 10
•204 North Pin Oak Dr., St. Rose for $217,850 from Landcraft, INC to Oscar Moreno on Aug. 20
•215 Laurel Oak Dr., St. Rose for $219,850 from Landcraft, INC to Lauren Hassenboehler on Aug. 20
•214 Laurel Oak Dr., St. Rose for $258,674 from Landcraft, INC to Erica Brown on Aug. 22
•3 Azalea Ln., St. Rose for $75,000 from Mohammad Choudhry to Mr. and Mrs. Rahat Riast on Aug. 22
•100 Dianne Dr., St. Rose for $150,000 from Monica Lewis & Steven Lewis to Nicole Holcomb on Aug. 3
•51 Dianne Pl., St. Rose for $195,000 from Mr. and Mrs. James Frey, II to Melissa Webb on Aug. 17
•25 Mustang Ln., St. Rose for $254,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Slusarski to Mr. and Mrs. Todd Schnell on Aug. 17
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