Hot markets, fueled by limited supply and high demand, are the story with most real estate sectors, but rising interest rates and inflation are cautionary flags.
The residential sector is hot and experts say rising rates and higher prices won’t be enough in the short term to chill the market.
The cost of buying a home is making entry-level ownership unaffordable for many, which is now putting upward pressure on rent rates.
Demand for apartments is suddenly surging, countering years of warnings about an overbuilt market, but will the boom last?
The pandemic upended the office market and even as business gets back to normal changes are still happening.
A listing of the available multistory Class A office buildings in the Baton Rouge market.
Retail was the hardest-hit segment during the pandemic but the sector is rebounding as investors look to purchase properties in a tight market.
The industrial sector is significantly underbuilt in the region, making it harder for companies to expand or be recruited to the market.