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FAP SAM
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Member since Sep 2014
769 posts

re: LP'ers, would you trade your McMansion for a beat up home in North Baton Rouge?
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man made lake house
Far inferior to those naturally occurring lake houses. Mother nature is one helluva contractor


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bee Rye
Chicago Cubs Fan
New orleans
Member since Jan 2006
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re: LP'ers, would you trade your McMansion for a beat up home in North Baton Rouge?
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The residents of NBR don't maintain their houses. I'm betting there's a lot of structural issues.
but at least they weren't thrown up haphazardly in 4 months like all of the DSLD and DR Horton pieces of shit


Kujo
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Member since Dec 2015
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re: LP'ers, would you trade your McMansion for a beat up home in North Baton Rouge?
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at least they weren't thrown up haphazardly in 4 months like all of the DSLD and DR Horton pieces of shit


Not sure how there hasn't been a lemon law implemented for home construction. Cousin laughed at my 70 year old home, then got a 12k bill for his brand new house's windows.


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Butch Baum
LSU Fan
The Plains
Member since Oct 2007
1752 posts

re: LP'ers, would you trade your McMansion for a beat up home in North Baton Rouge?
Plenty of stuff in North Baton Rouge flooded in 2016.


Kujo
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re: LP'ers, would you trade your McMansion for a beat up home in North Baton Rouge?
% compared to LP?


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thermal9221
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Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2005
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re: LP'ers, would you trade your McMansion for a beat up home in North Baton Rouge?
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Pros:
1. no flooding
2. closer to plants/river


It floods and being closer to plants is not a pro
The reason why nbr is like it is is because the land value is low. Due to flooding potential and it being next to huge industrial facilities.


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bad93ex
Alabama Fan
The Woodlands
Member since Sep 2018
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re: LP'ers, would you trade your McMansion for a beat up home in North Baton Rouge?
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Are you suggesting gentrification of NBR? That really needs to happen. Call the homos to go in first though. They have the best track record of gentrification.



This was my first thought when I started reading this strange post. It would take about 5 years or so but those "crappy" homes and neighborhoods in NBR would see a massive upswing in value and appearance.


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Supermoto Tiger
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Baton Rouge
Member since Dec 2010
7574 posts

re: LP'ers, would you trade your McMansion for a beat up home in North Baton Rouge?
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Everyone in NBR moves to LP, everyone in LP moves to NBR. Your chance of getting robbed in LP would be the same for NBR once everyone swaps.

NBR wouldn't have a chance in hell trying to invade my baws land in LP. Them thugs don't even like crossing the LP line when they are driving on the interstate! They might be uneducated, but they know whats up when you hit the LP!!


GreatLakesTiger24
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re: LP'ers, would you trade your McMansion for a beat up home in North Baton Rouge?
Denham is full of thug trash


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Rosenblatt
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Member since Apr 2019
596 posts

re: LP'ers, would you trade your McMansion for a beat up home in North Baton Rouge?
The fact that you have relocate an entire fricking demographic to make this scenario “desirable” should tell you all you need to know about if people who choose live away from it think it’s worth it. Obviously they do


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