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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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2011 seen as ‘turning point’ for home prices

July 5, 2011

MacroMarkets panelists expect little growth through 2015

BY INMAN NEWS, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 2011.

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More than half of economists, real estate experts and investment strategists polled by MacroMarkets LLC in Junesaid they now expect national home prices to hit a bottom sometime in 2011 and remain stable through 2015.

MacroMarkets polls more than 100 housing experts with a wide range of views, including FusionIQ CEO Barry Ritholtz, Moody’s Analytics economists Mark Zandi and Celia Chen, National Association of Realtors Chief Economist Lawrence Yun, Freddie Mac Chief Economist Frank Nothaft, and Rosen Consulting Group’s Kenneth Rosen.

Panelists are asked to project the path of the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price Index over the coming five years. Robert Shiller is MacroMarkets’ chief economist and co-founder.

“A significant majority of our panelists believe that the bottom for home prices arrived in the first quarter or will arrive sometime before year-end. Despite persistent macroeconomic uncertainty and unprecedented housing market dysfunction, almost two-thirds of the panelists see the U.S. residential real estate market as at an historic turning point,” Shiller said in a statement.

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The 69 panelists forecasting a 2011 bottom predict less than 2 percent average annual growth in prices through December 2015, he said.

“A 2 percent a year home-price increase will not inspire a lot of consumer confidence. Given prevailing inflation expectations, this forecast implies virtually no change in real home values going forward,” Shiller added.

The most optimistic quartile of panelists projected, on average, a 15.3 percent price increase from year-end 2010 through 2015, while the most pessimistic quartile of panelists projected, on average, a 6 percent price drop.

“This spread is huge, representing almost $4 trillion in housing market value,” Terry Loebs, MacroMarkets managing director, said in a statement.

“This is a gut-wrenching time for market stakeholders and policymakers, because each of these scenarios is plausible.”

On average, panelists predicted a 3.52 percent drop in fourth-quarter 2011 compared to fourth-quarter 2010, followed by small increases every year through fourth-quarter 2015 when prices are expected to rise 3.47 percent on an annual basis.

Speakers at last month’s Pacific Coast Builders Conference (PCBC) predicted ahousing recovery would remain elusive until 2013 or beyond.

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Hello World!

October 29, 2008

This is Yvonne Martin sending a “big hello” to the world of blog.

I have decided to become a part of the blogging world so that I may bring you information about the Tangipahoa Parish in the beautiful State of Louisiana .  I will be sharing with you events, news, and coumminty information about our area. As a Realtor®, I will also be updating you on our real estate market from time to time. In addition, I will share with you real estate news on a local and national level as well as offering real estate tips.

To get to know me a little better. please see my “Meet Yvonne Martin ” page. I have posted a short introduction about myself there.

To learn more about the communities I serve and will be sharing with you, you can use the links to the right of this page.

I am excited about joining your world and look forward to “meeting you”.

If you have any questions about the Tangipahoa Parish or about real estate, please leave a comment and I will do my best to address your question in a future blog.

Looking forward to “seeing” you next week,

Yvonne