Posts Tagged ‘ponchatoula real estate’

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Cypress Reserve in Ponchatoula, LA

July 12, 2017

Cypress Reserve

Cypress Reserve is a new DR Horton Development happening in Ponchatoula, LA.  

New Homes Now Selling Now!!

Welcome Home to Cypress Reserve!

D.R. Horton’s Cypress Reserve is our newest community in Ponchatoula, Louisiana. Conveniently located to I-12, St. Tammany, Hammond and New Orleans. Ponchatoula was recently voted one of the “Best Places to Live”. This charming town is the epitome of southern living with names such as Antique City and Strawberry Capital. Ponchatoula is also host to the annual Strawberry Festival; the second-largest festival in Louisiana.

Cypress Reserve is a beautiful community with homes starting in the $160’s. Our plans range from approx. 1,320 – 3,173 sq ft. With over 30 floorplans to choose from, each one offers unmatched efficiencies, functional design innovation and superior craftsmanship all at affordable prices.

There is a good chance you will find the perfect home for you and your family.

Give me a call if you are interested in one of these beautiful properties and all the amenities of a top notch Subdivision Development.

Contact us Below for a List of All of the Floor Plans and Amenities

 

 

 

Craig Martin, Next Home Real Estate Professionals, Martin Team, Hammond, LA, Each office independently owned and operated. Licensed in LA, Cell:  985-507-9359, Office:  985-429-0777

www.tangiproperties.com

 

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Selling in the Hammond and Ponchatoula Area!!

August 18, 2015

We are here to help!!  Selling Doesn’t have to be a scary experience!!

Call or email:  985-507-9359 or craig4924@gmail.com

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Real Estate Trends Report for Hammond Ponchatoula, Louisiana

June 30, 2015

 

 

 

I have included in today’s blog a link that will bring you to a trends report for the Ponchatoula/Hammond Area.  I tried to make a picture out of it so you would not have to click, but the image just kept coming up very blurred.  So either it’s blurred or you click, sorry I choose click.  Seems Hammond and Ponchatoula Markets have rebounded dramatically.  The Markets are actually thriving at this point.  Sales are getting a little more difficult to bring to fruition, but that is not the fault of the buyer or seller, just the Industry in general is getting a little more difficult.  So if you are in the Market to Sell – Now is the time!!!!  If you are in the market to buy call me so I can get you to properties quickly to eliminate competition.  We look forward to helping you all.  As we always say.  The Martin Team is Where Knowledge and Experience Meet Hardwork!!

http://www.tangiproperties.com

 

 

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The Martin Team - Where Knowledge and Experience Meet Hardwork!!

The Martin Team – Where Knowledge and Experience Meet Hardwork!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So ask yourself??  What does this trends repot show you.

 

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The Sky is Falling, The Sky is Falling

June 11, 2015

Do you ever get tired of the constant sky is falling, the sky is falling mentality of the press. They alone seem to be able to percolate a seemingly extreme fear in the hearts of all of us. I don’t say bury your head in the sand, but sometimes just unplug from Glen Beck. Unplug from O’Reilly and realize that you have it as good as anyone else living in this world. We all have 365 days a years, 12 months a year, 52 weeks a year, 24 hours in a day, and 60 minutes in an hour, and sixty seconds in each minute. Don’t think it is important to value them all? Ask the guy on death row, ask the guy who shoots the last second shot to win the game, ask the new cancer patient whom was just told they have six months to live. This life is won and lost by inches, yes it seems the small guy has a few more things stacked against him now than in the past, but here, in this Country, better than anywhere else you can achieve if you work hard.
I say all of this to ask what is the greatest thing as a child you can remember. For me it was the safety and security I felt with my family. Gathering at our house during rough storm clouds and pounding thunder or the love I felt at my Grandmother’s during Christmas, Thanksgiving and really every day. I can remember walking into my Grandmother’s back door and the smell of something cooking was always there. There seemed to be an endless supply of Pound Cake, her speciality, on the table. Even when she wasn’t home, kids from the neighborhood would come in her back door take a piece of cake and leave. She loved us so much. The smell of her Kitchen, the comfortableness of her living room. The stories she could tell. The Huge picture window that I use to sit at, that faced East, looking and waiting for Jesus to return. So you ask why all the emotion why all the stories because it all happened at Maw Maws house. The security that house brought to this young child was beyond the mere wood framing and nails, it was a blanket of warmth that surrounded me. I felt safe. In a world when I grew up with constant fear of nuclear war and the boogie men of the world, I felt truly safe. That’s what a house is. It is not the bones, the nails, the concrete. Yea all of those things are important, but a house is where memories are made, where tragedies are dealt with with love and support, where you can retreat from the hussle and bussle of life. Where you can put a hedge around your property that evil cannot penetrate. So when you think about buying your new home look at it as not an investment, which it will be, but ask yourself is this somewhere my kids can feel safe, where when I have grandchildren can they feel that special feeling of ultimate security and warmth. Some may say it is not the house it is the people and I agree. But what I wouldn’t give to one more time smell Maw Maws cooking in that kitchen, listen to the dishes rattle in her dining room as she walked into the living room, listen to the squeaky door she closed when she went to bed, smell the cooking of her Chicken and Dumplins, or simply sit next to a warm fire that my grandfather always had going. A house is the center of the family and with that it becomes your home. So surround yourself with the love of your family. Invite them over whenever you get a chance. Have those great parties because you never know. Long after you are gone it may just be the memory that keeps your kid going, your grandkid.

If you want to start your own place to build dreams, to build your family give me a call or email, or just follow one of the links below to get started.

Four Bedrooms and Above in Hammond and Ponchatoula:
http://goo.gl/AQ7HRj

Jefferson Cort Properties:
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Belle Foret
http://goo.gl/8kqm98

Three or More Bedrooms in Hammond, Ponchatoula, Robert, Loranger:
http://goo.gl/KFHJHU

Contact me: http://www.tangiproperties.com

Call: 985-507-9359

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The Move

June 8, 2015

I’ve been on a journey for the last two years or so since I began my own business.  I realized how expensive it is to serve the great people of southeast Louisiana and to make sure their property gets out to as many folks as possible.  I finally come to realize it’s easier to let a big corporate company do this so I can focus on great customer service.  Customer Service as you all know is truly what separates real estate agents one from another.  As most if a property is priced right will sell fairly quickly.  So with all this being said I am back at the place where I started my career.   I’m a little older, hopefully wiser, and look forward to working to make this place the best it can be.  I feel I’m back with friends, back to the people whom i love, and back close to my family.  Three things that make any transition a lot more satisfying.  That being said Im back in business.  Please don’t hesitate to call or email.

Craig Martin

Latter and Blum Classic Homes and Properties

Cell:  985-507-9359

Email:  craig4924@gmail.com

9855427601

Licensed in LA and MS

Each office is Independently owned and operated.

Hammond, LA

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Markets Seem to be Rebounding

April 27, 2012

As Paul Revere once said: The buyer’s are coming, The buyer’s are coming. Wait ok that was in a dream of mine mid last week. It seems the markets are beginning to improve and sales have picked up slightly. Unlike other real estate agents in the area whom say the market is wonderful I am here to give you the truth. I believe we are at rock bottom. I see interest rates inching upward and I simply do not see a doomsday scenario on the horizon. When looking at numbers for Tangipahoa Parish we are running roughly 12% above last years totals to date. Foreclosures are still rampant, but the ghost inventory most were speaking of seems to have all but fallin away. For me and my team it is now full speed ahead and yes damn the torpedoes. Let us just hope our politicians get on with the business of governing and quit messing with the Real Estate Markets. Let them balance themselves. They will quickly.  Come and see for yourself at www.tangiproperties.com

 

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Ponchatoula Estate Sale to Raise Money for Local Homeless Shelter

October 7, 2010

Ponchatoula Estate Sale to Raise Money for Local Homeless ShelterThis Saturday, October 9, 2010, there will be a Ponchatoula estate sale to raise money for local homeless shelter Serenity House.  Money raised from the estate sale will go towards paying for much needed items at Serenity House, such as paved handicapped parking and a commercial grade hood for their stove that was recently declared out of compliance with fire code by the Ponchatoula Fire Department’s inspectors.  Serenity House won’t be able to cook their two meals a day for the home’s 27 residents until the hood is replaced.

The estate sale, coordinated by the Ponchatoula First Baptist Church Busy Bees Club, will be held at the Ponchatoula Community Center (300 N Sixth St) from 8am to 4pm this Saturday.  In addition to the bikes, toys, furniture, baby clothes, jewelry and other items available for sale, there will be kids games, a plant sale and a cake sale during the event.

Just like many non-profit organizations, Ponchatoula’s Serenity House is struggling financially.  Since this is the only homeless shelter in Tangipahoa Parish, it is the only home for its residents.  Without Serenity House, they would have nowhere to go.  Come to the Ponchatoula estate sale this Saturday to help raise money for the local homeless shelter.  You’ll have fun, be able to purchase great items and help a fantastic organization who helps the community.

Yvonne Martin, your Ponchatoula real estate specialist