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Blanchard LA Appraiser News - Dixie Boating and Fishing
January 31st, 2011 1:32 PM

Blanchard is just north of Shreveport. I like it for several reasons. First, it is close to Shreveport/Bossier City area - only about 15 minutes when I get on Pine Hill Road and then take Highway 71 to I-222 or I-20. I can get from Shreveport Airport to Blanchard on I-222 and Highway 173 quickly and easily. Blanchard is so close to Shreveport and Bossier City, I can go to dinner there or head north to Dixie Jamboree in Ruston to hear country music.

Image by Bob Hutchinson
Another thing I like about Blanchard is it is close to both Caddo Lake and Cross Lake. I can go north to Caddo Lake and stay a weekend at The Camp to go boating and fish. On Caddo Lake I can also take a ride on the historic Graceful Ghost, if it's my first time as a visitor, an 18th century paddle boat that is restored and offers rides on the lake all Summer. I can also go South to Cross Lake and Lakeview Park to fish, hike or go boating.

Blanchard real estate is priced in the mid $145's and rentals start around $450 making Blanchard comparable with the other communities in the area. The schools in Blanchard are good and are rated highly.  Doing real estate appraisals in Blanchard LA involves getting around, knowing the context of the area, and being familiar with property values.

Shreveport  LA Appraisal CompanyJustin D. Smith, SRA is the first SRA-designated appraiser in Louisiana in the past 6 years. Justin heads Devereux Appraisal Company LLC, specializing in Shreveport appraisals and Bossier City LA Appraisals.
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Posted by Justin D. Smith, SRA on January 31st, 2011 1:32 PMPost a Comment

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