Wednesday, December 25, 2013

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Cindy Allen Fekete, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA #SALE 9956330
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com -Owner/President 225-571-8667
Evan Fekete, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA # SALE 99562001
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com CEO 225-717-8185
Kim Tregre, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA #Sale-995686296
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com Buyer's Specialist
Keller Williams Realty Red Stick Partners, Baton Rouge, LA 70810 (225)768-1800
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Friday, December 20, 2013

2014 Mardi Gras Parade Schedule & Routes PLUS A Chance to WIN $50,000

Cindy Fekete
(225) 768-1840
www.batonrougerealestatedeals.com

Saturday - February 15, 2014
Baton Rouge - Jupiter - 6:30pm
Slidell - Krewe of Bilge - Noon View Route
              Krewe of Mona Lisa and Moonpie - 6:00pm View Route
French Quarter - Krewe du Vieux - 6:30pm View Route
                            Krewe Delision - Follows Krewe du Vieux View Route
Sunday - February 16, 2014
Metairie - Krewe of Little Rascals - Noon View Route
Friday - February 21, 2014
Baton Rouge - Artemis - 7:00pm
Uptown New Orleans - Krewe of Oshun - 6:00pm View Route
                                      Krewe of Cleopatra - 6:30pm View Route
French Quarter - Krewe of Cork - 3:00pm View Route
Metairie - Krewe of Excalibur - 7:00pm View Route
                  Krewe of Atlas - 7:30pm  View Route
Mandeville - Krewe of Eva - 7:00pm View Route
Saturday - February 22, 2014
Baton Rouge - Mystique - 2:00pm
                         Orion - 6:30pm
Uptown New Orleans - Krewe of Pontchartrain - 1:00pm View Route
                                        Krewe of Choctaw - Follows Pontchartrain View Route
                                        Krewe of Freret - Follows Choctaw View Route
                                        Knights of Sparta - 6:00pm View Route
                                        Krewe of Pygmalion - 6:45pm View Route
Metairie - Krewe of Caesar - 6:00pm View Route
West Bank New Orleans - The Mystic Knights of Adonis - 11:45am View Route
Covington - Krewe of Olympia - 6:00pm View Route
Slidell - Krewe of Titans - 6:30pm View Route
Margny - Krewe of Chewbacchus - 8:00pm View Route
Chalmette - Knights of Nemesis - 1:00pm View Route
Sunday - February 23, 2014
Uptown New Orleans -Krewe of Carrollton - Noon View Route
                                       Krewe of King Arthur and Merlin - Follows Carrollton View Route
                                       Krewe of Alla - Follows King Arthur and Merlin View Route
Slidell - Krewe of Perseus - 1:00pm View Route
              Krewe of Dionysus - 1:00pm View Route
French Quarter - Krewe of Barkus - 2:00pm View Route
Madisonville - Krewe of Tchefuncte - 2:00pm View Route
Wednesday - February 26, 2014
Uptown New Orleans -Krewe of Ancient Druids - 6:30pm View Route
                                       Krewe of Nyx - 7:00pm View Route
Thursday - February 27, 2014
Uptown New Orleans -Krewe of Babylon - 5:45pm View Route
                                       Krewe of Muses - 6:30pm View Route
                                       Krewe of Chaos - 6:30pm View Route

Friday - February 28, 2014
Uptown New Orleans -Krewe of Hermes - 6:00pm View Route
                                       Krewe of d'Etat - 6:30pm View Route
                                       Krewe of Morpheus - 7:00pm View Route
Slidell - Krewe of Selene - 6:30pm View Route
Covington - Krewe of Lyra - 7:00pm View Route
Metairie - Krewe of Centurions View Route
Saturday - March 1, 2014
Baton Rouge - Spanish Town - Noon

Uptown New Orleans -Krewe of Iris - 11:00am View Route
                                       Krewe of Tucks - Noon View Route
Westbank New Orleans - Krewe of NOMTOC - 10:45am View Route
Mid-City New Orleans - Krewe of Endymion - 4:15pm View Route
Metairie - Krewe of Isis - 6:30pm View RouteSunday - March 2, 2014
Uptown New Orleans -Krewe of Okeanos - 11:00am View Route
                                       Krewe of Mid-City - 11:45am View Route
                                       Krewe of Thoth - Noon View Route
                                       Krewe of Baccus - 5:15pm View Route
Metairie - Krewe of Napoleon - 5:30pmView Route
Monday - March 3, 2014
Uptown New Orleans -Krewe of Proteus - 5:15pm View Route
                                       Krewe of Orpheus - 6:00pm View Route
Metairie- Krewe of Hera - 6:15pm View Route
                 Krewe of Zeus - 7:00pm View Route
Tuesday - March 4, 2014
Uptown New Orleans -Krewe of Zulu - 8:00am View Route
                                       Krewe of Rex - 10:00am View Route
                                       Krewe of Elks Orleans - Follows Rex View Rotue
                                       Krewe of Crescent City - Follows Crew of Elks Orleans View Route
Westbank New Orleans - Krewe of Grela - 10:00am View Route
Metairie - Krewe of Argus - 10:00am View Route
                  Krewe of Elks Jefferson - Follows Argus View Route
                  Krewe of Jefferson - Follows Argus View Route


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Cindy Allen Fekete, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA #SALE 9956330
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com -Owner/President 225-571-8667
Evan Fekete, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA # SALE 99562001
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com CEO 225-717-8185
Kim Tregre, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA #Sale-995686296
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com Buyer's Specialist
Keller Williams Realty Red Stick Partners, Baton Rouge, LA 70810 (225)768-1800
Each Office Independently Owned and Operated.
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Thursday, December 19, 2013

Easy Tips for Holiday Hosting!


Easy tips for holiday entertaining!

Cindy Fekete
(225)768-1840

Get in the Holiday Spirit

"If you go into a house and there's tension in the air, you can practically taste it. Don't get edgy with family members if the food, table, or flowers aren't perfect. It's the spirit of your home that will linger with people long after they forget what you fed them. I'm not suggesting it's okay to serve a tasteless turkey in a sloppy home, but give yourself permission to have fun from the start — no matter what happens — and it will be a lot more fun for your guests." —DANNY MEYER
 

Add a Fresh Scent

"A good smell in the air is an unconscious cue to everyone that they're expected, that something good is in store for them, that they're going to be taken care of. Sometimes I burn rosemary in the fireplace, or put it in a cast-iron pan, light it on fire, and walk around the house with the pan, letting the smoke and scent go all over the house." —ALICE WATERS
 

Light Scented Candles

"The minute people walk through the door, I want them to feel enveloped. Of course, the smell of a roast or a freshly baked pie will do it, but on days when I want to fix up a speedy, effortless festive fragrance, I delve into my stash of scented candles. At this time of year, my favorite has to be Ralph Lauren's Holiday Classic candle, with its almost spruce-and-cinnamon scent. It's an extravagance, but one that makes your guests feel spoiled." —NIGELLA LAWSON
 
 

Keep the Holiday Tunes Playing

"I have a well-programmed iPod with playlists for every mood, a bevy of fragrant candles lit, incense burning around the house, and dimmers on every lighting switch. I always have something chilling in the refrigerator or iced in the freezer so I can serve a cocktail at a moment's notice — before someone asks for a drink, it's ready to be poured." —COLIN COWIE
 
 

Greet Your Guests

"The best way to make your guests feel welcome is to make sure you're the first person they see when they arrive and the last person they see when they depart. Greet each guest warmly and personally. I also like to station a server at the door with a tray of drinks for guests to help transport them into the party. Good hosts make sure to prepare everything in advance so they can be guests at their own party." —DAVID TUTERA
 
 

Offer an Appetizer for Nibbling

"Set the lights at a low, inviting level. Open the door with a big smile and a hug. If the weather is bad, line up extra slippers by the door so they can easily slip off wet shoes and get really comfortable. Make sure there's plenty of space to hang up coats, so they can get dry and warm before it's time to leave. Serve at least one hors d'oeuvre fresh from the oven, so they feel the warmth right away. Think about ways to engage all the senses. Aroma is so important, but it should be real smells — a crackling fire, baking bread — not fancy perfumed candles. Everyone loves flickering candles and fireplaces. When it comes to sound, it's not just about music. There's such sensual pleasure in the sound of a crackling fire or something perking on the stove. Everyone will feel the hug of your hospitality." —LIDIA MATTICCHIO BASTIANICH
 
 

Prepare and Organize in Advance

"Be ready. Don't get caught wearing your robe. It's simple, but your house should be clean and organized, and some music should be playing so that guests feel like you're just waiting to open the door as soon as they ring the bell. Greet them all with a warm smile and a hug or kiss. Then, make sure they get a drink! I always have something with Grey Goose ready-made — everyone likes that." —LARA SHRIFTMAN
 
 Tips courtesy of HouseBeautiful.com
 
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Cindy Allen Fekete, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA #SALE 9956330
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com -Owner/President 225-571-8667
Evan Fekete, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA # SALE 99562001
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com CEO 225-717-8185
Kim Tregre, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA #Sale-995686296
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com Buyer's Specialist
Keller Williams Realty Red Stick Partners, Baton Rouge, LA 70810 (225)768-1800
Each Office Independently Owned and Operated.


Baton Rouge Real Estate, Louisiana Homes and Land, Homes for Sale in Baton Rouge, Homes for Sale in Ascension, Dutchtown Homes for Sale, Baton Rouge Home Values, Baton Rouge Luxury Homes, Country Club of Louisiana, Santa Maria, University Club, LSU Homes for Sale
 
 
 
 

 

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Eight Steps to Selling your Home!

Cindy Fekete
(225)768-1840
Eight steps to selling your home
  1. Define your needs. Write down all the reasons for selling your home. Ask yourself, "Why do I want to sell and what do I expect to accomplish with the sale?" For example, a growing family may prompt your need for a larger home, or a job opportunity in another city may necessitate a move. For your goals, write down if you'd like to sell your house within a certain time frame or make a particular profit margin. Work with your real estate agent to map out the best path to achieve your objectives and set a realistic time frame for the sale.
  2. Name your price. Your next objective should be to determine the best possible selling price for your house. Setting a fair asking price from the outset will generate the most activity from other real estate agents and buyers. You will need to take into account the condition of your home, what comparable homes in your neighborhood are selling for, and state of the overall market in your area. It's often difficult to remain unbiased when putting a price on your home, so your real estate agent's expertise is invaluable at this step. Your agent will know what comparable homes are selling for in your neighborhood and the average time those homes are sitting on the market. If you want a truly objective opinion about the price of your home, you could have an appraisal done. This typically costs a few hundred dollars. Remember: You're always better off setting a fair market value price than setting your price too high. Studies show that homes priced higher than 3 percent of their market value take longer to sell. If your home sits on the market for too long, potential buyers may think there is something wrong with the property. Often, when this happens, the seller has to drop the price below market value to compete with newer, reasonably priced listings.
  3. Prepare your home. Most of us don't keep our homes in "showroom" condition. We tend to overlook piles of boxes in the garage, broken porch lights, and doors or windows that stick. It's time to break out of that owner's mindset and get your house in tip-top shape. The condition of your home will affect how quickly it sells and the price the buyer is willing to offer. First impressions are the most important. Your real estate agent can help you take a fresh look at your home and suggest ways to stage it and make it more appealing to buyers. * A home with too much "personality" is harder to sell. Removing family photos, mementos and personalized d?cor will help buyers visualize the home as theirs. * Make minor repairs and replacements. Small defects, such as a leaky faucet, a torn screen or a worn doormat, can ruin the buyer's first impression. * Clutter is a big no-no when showing your home to potential buyers. Make sure you have removed all knick-knacks from your shelves and cleared all your bathroom and kitchen counters to make every area seem as spacious as possible.
  4. Get the word out. Now that you're ready to sell, your real estate agent will set up a marketing strategy specifically for your home. There are many ways to get the word out, including: * The Internet * Yard signs * Open houses * Media advertising * Agent-to-agent referrals * Direct mail marketing campaigns In addition to listing your home on the MLS, your agent will use a combination of these tactics to bring the most qualified buyers to your home. Your agent should structure the marketing plan so that the first three to six weeks are the busiest.
  5. Receive an offer. When you receive a written offer from a potential buyer, your real estate agent will first find out whether or not the individual is prequalified or preapproved to buy your home. If so, then you and your agent will review the proposed contract, taking care to understand what is required of both parties to execute the transaction. The contract, though not limited to this list, should include the following: * Legal description of the property * Offer price * Down payment * Financing arrangements * List of fees and who will pay them * Deposit amount * Inspection rights and possible repair allowances * Method of conveying the title and who will handle the closing * Appliances and furnishings that will stay with the home * Settlement date * Contingencies At this point, you have three options: accept the contract as is, accept it with changes (a counteroffer), or reject it. Remember: Once both parties have signed a written offer, the document becomes legally binding. If you have any questions or concerns, be certain to address them with your real estate agent right away.
  6. Negotiate to sell. Most offers to purchase your home will require some negotiating to come to a win-win agreement. Your real estate agent is well versed on the intricacies of the contracts used in your area and will protect your best interest throughout the bargaining. Your agent also knows what each contract clause means, what you will net from the sale and what areas are easiest to negotiate. Some negotiable items: * Price * Financing * Closing costs * Repairs * Appliances and fixtures * Landscaping * Painting * Move-in date Once both parties have agreed on the terms of the sale, your agent will prepare a contract.
  7. Prepare to close. Once you accept an offer to sell your house, you will need to make a list of all the things you and your buyer must do before closing. The property may need to be formally appraised, surveyed, inspected or repaired. Your real estate agent can spearhead the effort and serve as your advocate when dealing with the buyer's agent and service providers. Depending on the written contract, you may pay for all, some or none of these items. If each procedure returns acceptable results as defined by the contract, then the sale may continue. If there are problems with the home, the terms set forth in the contract will dictate your next step. You or the buyer may decide to walk away, open a new round of negotiations or proceed to closing. Important reminder: A few days before the closing, you will want to contact the entity that is closing the transaction and make sure the necessary documents will be ready to sign on the appropriate date. Also, begin to make arrangements for your upcoming move if you have not done so.
  8. Close the deal. "Closing" refers to the meeting where ownership of the property is legally transferred to the buyer. Your agent will be present during the closing to guide you through the process and make sure everything goes as planned. By being present during the closing, he or she can mediate any last-minute issues that may arise. In some states, an attorney is required and you may wish to have one present. After the closing, you should make a "to do" list for turning the property over to the new owners. Here is a checklist to get you started. * Cancel electricity, gas, lawn care, cable and other routine services. * If the new owner is retaining any of the services, change the name on the account. * Gather owner's manuals and warranties for all conveying appliances.
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Cindy Allen Fekete, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA #SALE 9956330
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com -Owner/President 225-571-8667
Evan Fekete, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA # SALE 99562001
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com CEO 225-717-8185
Kim Tregre, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA #Sale-995686296
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com Buyer's Specialist
Keller Williams Realty Red Stick Partners, Baton Rouge, LA 70810 (225)768-1800
Each Office Independently Owned and Operated.

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Price Reduced Today on this Beautiful 3BR Home in Baton Rouge, LA.

Cindy Fekete
(225)768-1840

This Wonderful 3 Bedroom Home in the Heart of Baton Rouge has just been given a PRICE REDUCTION! Get your hands on it before someone else does!

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Property Description: In Addition to the price reduction... Seller is offering $2500 in closing assistance! Awesome house, awesome price, well kept and simply perfect for you! Best lot in the neighborhood...HUGE corner lot - completely fenced with double and single gate access! Fantastic covered patio. This 3 bedroom/2bath home has NO CARPET and has had no INSIDE pets. OPEN floor plan with great NATURAL light in the living and kitchen areas. Other considerations include a newer roof (Gustav) and the AC system has also been replaced. There is a Lifetime warranty on siding. Ample parking and side entry garage (no ugly front loader here.) Average electric bill is only $135-$150/month and Water and Sewer run $65-$70/month. Sold as is where is after inspections. Measurements are not warranted by seller, realtor or broker. Play set and outdoor outdoor furniture will not remain.



Cindy Allen Fekete, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA #SALE 9956330
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com -Owner/President 225-571-8667
Evan Fekete, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA # SALE 99562001
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com CEO 225-717-8185
Kim Tregre, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA #Sale-995686296
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com Buyer's Specialist
Keller Williams Realty Red Stick Partners, Baton Rouge, LA 70810 (225)768-1800
Each Office Independently Owned and Operated.
Baton Rouge Real Estate, Louisiana Homes and Land, Homes for Sale in Baton Rouge, Homes for Sale in Ascension, Dutchtown Homes for Sale, Baton Rouge Home Values, Baton Rouge Luxury Homes, Country Club of Louisiana, Santa Maria, University Club, LSU Homes for Sale

Monday, December 9, 2013

Tips for Selling Your Home PLUS a Free Home Valuation!

Cindy Fekete
www.batonrougerealestatedeals.com
(225)768-1840
http://www.batonrougerealestatedeals.com/sell/

Tips for Selling your Home! 

Throughout the House
1. Open the draperies and pull up the shades to allow for sunlight.
2. Turn on all lights, day or night and install higher wattage light bulbs to show that your home is nice and bright.
3. Remove clutter from each room to make the room appear larger.
4. Light the fireplace, if you have one.
5. Keel your home dusted and vacuumed at all times.
6. Replace the carpet if it doesn't clean up well.
7. Have a family "game plan" to get the home in order quickly if necessary. For example, one person is in charge of a certain room and/or task.
8. Air out your home for half an hour before showings, if possible. 
9. Put away family photos. 
10. Remove unnecessary furniture.
11. Putty over and paint any nail holes or mishaps in the wall.
12. Paint all interior walls a neutral color to brighten the home and make it appeal to anyone.
13. Repair or replace any loose or damaged wallpaper.
14. Wash all windows inside and out.
15. Clean all light fixtures.
16. Make the most out of your attics potential.
17. Remove or hide excess extension cords and exposed wires.
18. Open doors to areas you want potential buyers to see such as walk-in closets, pantries, attics, etc.
19. Remove all smoke and pet odors. 
20. Repair or replace banister and handrails.

In the Kitchen
21. Microwave a small dish of vanilla twenty minutes before s a showing and place it in an out-of-the-way place.
22. Highlight an eat-in area in your kitche with a table set for dinner.
23. The kitchen and bathrooms should always be spotlessly clean.
24. Expand your counter space by removing small appliances.

In the Bedrooms
25. Depersonalize bedrooms and decorate in a neutral theme.
26. Make sure that the beds are made and the linens are clean.
27. Organize your closets, remove unnecessary items and out them in storage.

In the Bathrooms
28. Do not leave towels around, wipe down the sinks and shower areas after each use.
29. Re-caulk the tub if the caulk is not sparkling white.
30. Repair or replace broken tiles in the shower/tub.
31. Replace shower curtains and keep them clean.
32. Put out fresh towels and decorative soaps.

Outside
33. Keep the Yard Moved and raked at all times
34. Use flowering plants to dress up the yard, walkway and patio
35. Remove all toys, bikes, tools, unsightly patio furniture and trash from the yard.
36. Porches, steps, verandas, balconies, patios and other extensions of the hosue should be kept uncluttered.
37. Paint all entrance doors. 
38. Make sure the garage door opens easily. 
39. Clean and shine all hardware and accessories indoors and out (door knobs, knockers, lamps, mailbox, address numbers, etc.)
40. Trees and shrubs should be trimmed and pruned.
41. Use a new doormat.
42. Be sure the frot doorbell is in good working order.
43. Be sure the front door and screen door works perfectly.



Cindy Allen Fekete, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA #SALE 9956330
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com -Owner/President 225-571-8667
Evan Fekete, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA # SALE 99562001
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com CEO 225-717-8185
Kim Tregre, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA #Sale-995686296
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com Buyer's Specialist
Keller Williams Realty Red Stick Partners, Baton Rouge, LA 70810 (225)768-1800
Each Office Independently Owned and Operated.

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Looking for something to do this Sunday in Baton Rouge?

What better way to get into the spirit of the holidays than a parade? Sunday, December 8th at 2pm, the Jones Creek Area Business Association will be putting on their annual Christmas Parade. The parade runs south on Jones Creek and ends at Tigerbend! Happy Holidays and hope to see you there!

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Cindy Allen Fekete, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA #SALE 9956330
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com -Owner/President 225-571-8667
Evan Fekete, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA # SALE 99562001
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com CEO 225-717-8185
Kim Tregre, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA #Sale-995686296
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com Buyer's Specialist
Keller Williams Realty Red Stick Partners, Baton Rouge, LA 70810 (225)768-1800
Each Office Independently Owned and Operated.
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Wednesday, December 4, 2013

An offer like this won't last long in Baton Rouge!

Affordable 3BR/2BA Home in Great Baton Rouge Neighborhood!

http://www.batonrougerealestatedeals.com/listing/mlsid/393/propertyid/B1314105/syndicated/1/ 

Seller is offering $2500 in closing assistance! Awesome house, awesome price, well kept and simply perfect for you! Best lot in the neighborhood...HUGE corner lot - completely fenced with double and single gate access! Fantastic covered patio. This 3 bedroom/2bath home has NO CARPET and has had no INSIDE pets. OPEN floor plan with great NATURAL light in the living and kitchen areas. Other considerations include a newer roof (Gustav) and the AC system has also been replaced. There is a Lifetime warranty on siding. Ample parking and side entry garage (no ugly front loader here.) Average electric bill is only $135-$150/month and Water and Sewer run $65-$70/month. Sold as is where is after inspections. Measurements are not warranted by seller, realtor or broker. Play set and outdoor outdoor furniture will not remain.
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Cindy Allen Fekete, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA #SALE 9956330
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com -Owner/President 225-571-8667
Evan Fekete, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA # SALE 99562001
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com CEO 225-717-8185
Kim Tregre, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA #Sale-995686296
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com Buyer's Specialist
Keller Williams Realty Red Stick Partners, Baton Rouge, LA 70810 (225)768-1800
Each Office Independently Owned and Operated.
Baton Rouge Real Estate, Louisiana Homes and Land, Homes for Sale in Baton Rouge, Homes for Sale in Ascension, Dutchtown Homes for Sale, Baton Rouge Home Values, Baton Rouge Luxury Homes, Country Club of Louisiana, Santa Maria, University Club, LSU Homes for Sale




Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Ascension Parish Lots and Land for Sale

Cindy Fekete
Cindy@louisianahomesandland.com
(225)768-1840

There's no doubt about it... Ascension Parish is growing and the demand for property has increased. Now is a great opportunity to purchase land to build your dream home in this desirable area and affordable area!

Featured Lot for sale in PELICAN POINT!
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Cindy Allen Fekete, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA #SALE 9956330
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com -Owner/President 225-571-8667
Evan Fekete, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA # SALE 99562001
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com CEO 225-717-8185
Kim Tregre, Licensed in the State of Louisiana, USA #Sale-995686296
LouisianaHomesAndLand.com Buyer's Specialist
Keller Williams Realty Red Stick Partners, Baton Rouge, LA 70810 (225)768-1800
Each Office Independently Owned and Operated.
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