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Due to recent flooding there is an increased demand for all types of commercial property in and around the Baton Rouge Metro Area. Use the “Create an Account” link in the upper right hand corner, or CLICK HERE to create an account that will allow property owners or landlords to submit information on any available space they may have.

 

 

Resources for GBRAR Flooding Victims

Resources and help for GBRAR members

The REALTOR family is mobilizing to help our members affected by recent flooding in the Greater Baton Rouge area. Below you will find information for both anyone impacted by the flooding and specifically for REALTORS.

Please stay safe and know that GBRAR members and staff are praying for those affected.

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Special message from BRAC following flooding

 From Baton Rouge Area Chamber

Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by the epic flooding in the Baton Rouge Area over the weekend.

In lieu of our customary Tuesday publication, 5 Things You Need to Know, we’re providing the following information about resources and assistance available to businesses following disaster.

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Leverage REALTOR® Member Benefits To Help Replace Flood Losses

Following flooding in our area many of our members will need to replace office and home supplies. Here are some programs available to REALTOR® members that may be able help.

As a member of the National Association of REALTORS®, you have access to the REALTOR Benefits® Program, Member Value Plus Program, the NAR Library, Realtors Property Resource®, NAR's Research & Statistics, and so much more.

This includes a discount at OfficeMax on office and school supplies and up to 40% offwith discounts on select electronics and accessories from partners Dell, Lenovo®, Sprint® and Xerox.

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What To Do If Your House Took Water

by MacAoidh

for The Hayride

Now that some of the floodwaters are receding and the recovery stage is beginning for the flood victims among us, there are lots of folks struck by the enormity of the task they’re going to face in repairing their homes.

And a large number of those people are anything but veterans of flooding. It’s been reported that only one in eight homeowners in East Baton Rouge Parish, for example, even have flood insurance. That might sound irresponsible, but there is a reason for it – most of the uninsured didn’t buy flood insurance because they don’t live in a flood zone. This event covered a lot more territory than the flood maps did.

Read the full article on The Hayride

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