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Scot's Take - Office

Jefferson Hwy 6700 BuildingBaton Rouge, La.  ~  January 2020 Convenience, location and ease of access are the leading factors suburban office buildings with Class A amenities have that continue to attract tenants for their corporate and satellite office requirements. Also described as Garden Offices, these buildings are situated within professionally landscaped off...
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Industrial Staged for Next Wave

Sample of Mega Projects Coming   Baton Rouge Industrial Market Trends The announcements of petrochemical mega construction projects in Louisiana began in 2010 and gained real traction in 2012 resulting in an industrial construction boom creating demand for service to industry service centers, general warehousing, logistics and distribution centers. The first wave of a...
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Right Place, Right Time: Industrial Space is the New Hot Property

It's a market situation that gets real estate professionals excited: As supply and demand begin to converge, deals happen quickly and prices start to rise. The market for industrial space is approaching that point in parts of greater Baton Rouge as big plant expansions generate the first ripples of new business activity. "Demand is extremely high,"...
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EBR commercial, residential permitting up in May

Baton Rouge Real EstateMore commercial and residential projects in East Baton Rouge Parish received permits to proceed last month compared to the same period last year. According to new figures out from the city-parish Department of Public Works, a total of 64 commercial projects received permits in May, up from 60 last year. Residential permits, m...
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Mortgage Default Risk Hits Record HIGH

In a disturbing new finding from the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), the risk of purchase loan defaults under stressful economic conditions hit an all-time high in April. The "flash release" put out on Monday showed the National Mortgage Risk Index (NMRI), climbed to 11.89 last month, meaning that nearly 12 percent of loans would be at risk of...
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