Evan Roberts Endorses the Real Estate Sector in Baton Rouge over Lafayette

August 23, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Real estate expert Evan Roberts has endorsed the real estate sector in Baton Rouge over Lafayette. The owner and founder of the We Buy Houses company, Dependable Homebuyers, has said that the real estate industry in Baton Rouge is growing faster than the sector in Lafayette. He suggested that those considering investing and families who are planning to relocate should consider Baton Rouge over Lafayette.

Roberts has illustrated a few practical advantages of investing in Baton Rouge. The housing market in the city recovered slowly following the recession but had been growing modestly for a few years. 2018 witnessed a considerable boost to the modest growth. 2019 has been remarkable so far and it is not just the sale of old houses in the city but also construction of new homes. Compared to this, the Lafayette real estate market has not been growing fast enough. It has actually witnessed more lulls than some experts had anticipated. These are not positive signs for investors. Lafayette is deemed a tad more affordable by many and this too is not suitable for investors.

The prices of homes in Lafayette have not appreciated as much as investors would have wanted. The only way a real estate portfolio makes true sense is if the home prices appreciate and investors can secure a handsome net profit. With prices remaining stable and rentals also largely shielded from incremental reviews, the housing market does not have much to offer to investors. The relatively stable home prices and the lack of incremental reviews of rentals may entice families to move to Lafayette but that is not necessarily conducive in reality. Read the recent press release they published at https://drive.google.com/a/dependablehomebuyers.com/file/d/1qVSiyLxmjYA1R0M39ZQH86bPvx7tVjM4/preview.

Roberts explains that buying a house in Lafayette or renting an affordable place does not provide a gateway to a satiating lifestyle. Every city has at least a few fixtures every year when the place comes alive and has a jubilant ambience. Lafayette has one such major fixture. Otherwise, it is lackluster so those who want to move for a change in scenery or just to explore career options will have a much more satiating time in Baton Rouge. Investors and individual buyers will find the real estate sector in Baton Rouge much more convenient to navigate, the quality of properties is much better and the resurgence in growth shall boost the equity of the house purchased anywhere in or around the city.

Dependable Homebuyers provides a plethora of resources and crucial guidance for sellers, buyers and also investors to find the best deals in the Baton Rouge real estate sector. Evan Roberts has a team of consultants including property inspectors, financial and legal experts, that can help buyers and sellers make the right choices at appropriate times. Baton Rouge has a thriving economy. Most industries are growing at a steady pace and there is no unemployment crisis. The home prices to income ratio has been steady and is also conducive for most people so one does not have to live from paycheck to paycheck.

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For more information about Dependable Homebuyers Baton Rouge, contact the company here:

Dependable Homebuyers Baton Rouge
Evan Roberts
(225) 307-3324
info@dependablehomebuyers.com
17505 Jefferson Hwy, Apt 308, Baton Rouge, LA 70817

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