A housing crisis in the wake of the flood will boost activity in the Baton Rouge area multifamily and residential sectors, while others will be less directly affected

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    Hannah McLain, 22, a volunteer organized by a local Baton Rouge church, helps throw out waterlogged items from the home of Rhonda Brewer in Baton Rouge, La., Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. Around 100 students from LSU and local high schools also helped residents clean up in the area. At least 40,000 homes were damaged and eight people killed in the historic Louisiana floods, the governor said Tuesday, giving a stark assessment of the widespread disaster. (AP Photo/Max Becherer)
    (Photo by The Associated Press) In the immediate aftermath of the historic flood of 2016, the flurry of activity in the multifamily housing sector was reminiscent of the days following Hurricane K…

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