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St. Tammany Real Estate Stats - 5/31/17

by Turner Real Estate Group

Wayne Turner, Broker/Owner of Turner Real Estate Group in Mandeville, La. makes it easy to get the latest info for your local real estate market. He offers free real estate market reports with the most up-to-date stats including St. TammanyTangipahoa, and New Orleans.

Attention Home Sellers: Looking for the best resource to help you price your home to sell quickly?

Attention Home Buyers: Looking for a reliable tool with the latest real estate stats before buying your home?

Our Turner Real Estate Group Market Reports provide all that and more!

Check out the latest real estate stats for Slidell, Covington, Mandeville, Abita Springs, Madisonville, New Orleans, Metairie, etc.  -  No matter what city you're searching for, we got you covered!

Wayne Turner provides a detailed list for
every area. Click here to find yours!​

*Updated Every Week!*

Reports are automatically updated every Sunday with the latest stats for our local markets.

St. Tammany Parish Environmental Services

by Turner Real Estate Group

We sell many homes at Turner Real Estate Group, so we always have buyers and sellers asking us about well and septic certificates. Therefore, we thought we would create this handy blog to guide those looking for more details.

To get a well or septic certificate in St. Tammany Parish, you must go to the Department of Environmental Services. Their office is located at 21490 Koop Rd. in Mandeville, La.

Directions: From I-12 - Get off at the Hwy. 59 exit heading north towards Abita Springs. Turn left on Koop Dr. Look for Building "B" - it's the second on the left.
The Environmental Office is on the first floor on the right, and the water department is upstairs in suite 2B.

The cost of a well (water) certificate is $75.00, and the cost of a septic certificate is $25.00.

For more information on real estate in St. Tammany Parish click here, and to see homes available for sale click here.
 

 

A fire can rage through your home at a moment's notice, and it can cause a significant amount of damage in a very short period of time. Damage from the flames, intense heat, smoke and soot can cause tens of thousands of dollars or more in some cases, and a severe fire event can result in a total loss for the homeowner. More than that, a fire can create a serious health and safety risk for you and your loved ones inside the home. If you are concerned about how safe your home is from a fire, consider a few important points.How Safe is Your Home from a Fire? Learn How to Run a Quick Fire Safety Assessment

 

Do You Have Fire Extinguishers On All Floors?

When a small fire breaks out, you may only have a few seconds to respond. You simply do not have time to rush around the house in search of a fire extinguisher. Instead, you should know immediately where it is at and how to use it. More than that, you should have one available on all floors of your home. While you may want to reach for a fire extinguisher to put out a small flame, you should still yell for others in the home to vacate while you use the fire extinguisher.

Click here to find out why Spring Cleaning your garage and attic are a must!

Do You Have Smoke Alarms in Ideal Locations?

Fires can break out during all hours of the day and night. When you are awake, you may easily be able to smell smoke from a nearby room. However, when you are asleep or when the smoke is in a removed area of the home, it can be more difficult to observe the signs of a fire until it is too late. Placing a loud smoke alarm in all bedrooms in your home is a wise idea. You will also need one in living areas of the home. If your home is larger in size, you may consider investing in additional smoke alarms.

When Was the Last Time You Replaced the Batteries in Your Smoke Detectors?

It is not enough to simply have the smoke detectors mounted to your walls or ceiling. Instead, you need to make sure that they are loud and that they work well. If you have a hearing impaired person in the home, you should invest in detectors with a visible strobe light to alert them to a danger. Batteries generally should be replaced every few months, and you may consider replacing the batteries each time you replace the filters for your HVAC system. Keep in mind that it is better to replace the batteries before they lose power than to be without the function of an alarm in your home when you need it.

Even a small fire can be a dangerous and costly event. By focusing on these factors in your home, you can most easily prepare for a fire, and you will be able to take immediate action in the event a fire develops in your home.  If you're interested in learning more tips about improving the safety of your home, contact me, Wayne Turner, at 985-626-1313 today.

Wayne Turner Educates Consumers through New Websites

by Leigh Ann Gutierrez

Mandeville, La. – Wayne Turner of Turner Real Estate Group in Mandeville has put together several informative websites for consumers. These educational tools help people stay informed with the latest news on the Northshore real estate market.

In addition to providing valuable information, these websites also have quick videos that help save consumers thousands of dollars, stress and time. This information is centered to help those in St. Tammany Parish. Turner Real Estate Group is one of the fastest growing real estate companies in the nation, and they’re conveniently located right on the Northshore.

“We sell houses with today’s latest technology, and a specific focus on each and every client. We are not a traditional real estate office. Our systems, marketing, property promotion and websites are all handled by the company,” says Turner. “We are a team of real estate professionals with each having specific rolls.”

“Our systems allow agents to return calls and answer emails in minutes, never leaving a potential buyer in the dark. We can show a house in 10 minutes to any buyer,” says Turner. “Our agents have a Closing Manager that handles all the details of the contract all the way to closing. This allows for our agents to do what they do best: sell houses, help people and have fun doing it.”

For more information on buying a home, visit www.BenefitsToBuying.com. To list your home for sale, visit www.SellWithWayne.com. For those interested in avoiding a foreclosure and looking for a short sale, visit www.NolaShortSale.com.

For more information on Turner Real Estate Group, visit www.WayneTurner.com, or call 985-626-1313.

Two Homes for the Price of One!

by Rachel Morvant

34289 Laurent - Coin du Lestin Subdivision, Slidell, LA

Two Homes for the Price of One...Open Floor Plan, Natural Lighting, Cozy Brick Fireplace, Bamboo & Tile Floors, Huge Master Closet w/ Whirlpool Tub & Separate Shower, Loads of Storage, Loft Cat-Walk, Over-sized 2 Car Garage, Completely Remodeled Kitchen, All Brick Home on Adjoining Lot to be Included in the Sale!

Call the Wayne Turner Group to schedule your personal viewing - 985-674-1111.

Best Buy - Greenleaves Subdivision

by Rachel Morvant

91 Trace Loop - Mandeville, LA

    

Incredible Condo... Convenient to Everything, Neutral Colors, New Paint, Tile & Hardwood Floors, Totally Remodeled Kitchen & Baths, All New Lighting, Cozy Wood Burning Fireplace, 2 in. Blinds, Lots of Natural Lighting, Non-Smoker, No Pets, Super Neat and Clean, Condo Fee Covers Grass, Landscaping, Trash & Exterior Insurance!

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