Baton Rouge Real Estate Photos Before And After Pseudo HDR Photo Effects Applied, Video 2

Baton Rouge Real Estate Photos Before And After Pseudo HDR Photo Effects Applied, Video 2
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www.batonrougerealestatebuzz.com - Baton Rouge Real Estate: Homes Photos Before And After HDR Photography Effects Applied in The Myrtles, Oaks On The Bluff, The Oaks Of Windermere Subdivisions. Within this, you'll first see the Before or Original Photo and that same single photo with HDR Effects App (more)

Photos From The Field: Baton Rouge Real Estate Picks Up Momentum Into 2010

http://www.appraisersinbatonrouge.com/ – Photos From The Field: Baton Rouge Real Estate Picks Up Momentum Into 2010. This sign below is common in Fairhill At Bluebonnet Highlands in May of 2010.

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From the GBRAR MLS Stats from 5/2009 to 5/2010 for new homes to 5 year old homes, extracted on 5/9/2010, the months supply of inventory appears to have declined from a 13 month supply in May 2009 to 3 months in April 2010. The median sold price in this period has been $283,000, average sold price $135/sf taking about 116 days to sell a home in Fairhill.

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Baton Rouge Real Estate Photos From The Field: Central Thruway Progress Photos

http://www.batonrougerealestateappraisal.com/ – Baton Rouge Real Estate Photos From The Field: Central Thruway Progress Photos As Of April 10, 2010

Central Thruway Baton Rouge Real Estate Progress

The last major news article I could locate on the Central Thruway project was on May 20, 2009 from The Advocate here! A snippet of the article stated:

The work order was issued on Monday marking the start of a $9.6 million project to construct two large bridges for the Central Thruway, a city-parish official said.

The contract calls for contractor James Construction Group to build bridges over the railroad bridge and over Sullivan Bayou along the thruway route, city-parish Chief Construction Engineer Jose Alvarez said.

James Construction will have 600 days to complete the two bridges, Alvarez said.

City-parish officials are slated to hold a groundbreaking today for the project.

Another company, L&A Contracting, started work last year on the $23.8 million project to build bridges over Comite River and Beaver Bayou in that same area between Frenchtown Road and Florida Boulevard.”

Central Thruway Baton Rouge Real Estate Progress (1)