Lake Charles Real Estate blog by Derenda Grubb

By
Real Estate Agent - CENTURY 21 Mike D. Bono & Co.'s
Southwest Louisiana real estate, market conditions, quality of life, including photos and current events, is what Derenda Grubb, agent with CENTURY 21 Bessette Realty in Lake Charles, Louisiana concentrates on in this blog entitled "Lake Charles Real Estate Blog"

ARCHIVED BLOG POSTS

2010 

This is the last of the 5 parishes in my series dealing with Imperial Calcasieu. Previously, I had discussed why Louisiana has parishes instead of counties. Here, I present Allen Parish, a parish North and East of Calcasieu Parish. Allen is Southwest of Alexandria which is in a different parish. ...
Posted almost 4 years ago
A few days ago, I provided insight to the questions "What is meant by Imperial Calcasieu?" and "Why does Louisiana have parishes instead of counties?" Today, it is time to highlight Jefferson Davis Parish, one of the 5 parishes that make up Imperial Calcasieu. "Jeff Davis Parish" was founded in 1...
Posted almost 4 years ago
The 4th of July is almost here. Have you decided HOW you plan to celebrate this year?  You know, if you were to own this BEAUTIFUL Home located at 1140 Rue Brooklyn in Lake Charles (Moss Bluff), it would not be a difficult decision.  This $319,000 Lake Charles (Moss Bluff) home with an outdoor ki...
Posted almost 4 years ago
From Gary Woltal comes the message that "there is no such thing as a perfect house." A lesson can be learned from the fact in real estate that there is no such thing as a perfect house. You will see architects, engineers, and pilots, going on ad nauseum finding "something" wrong with a house not ...
Posted almost 4 years ago
What is meant by Imperial Calcasieu?, was an introduction to the 5 parishes that make up Imperial Calcasieu.  Calcaseiu and Cameron have been described already.  Next stop, Beauregard Parish. Beauregard Parish was formed out of the north area of Imperial Calcasieu Parish. It is to the North of Ca...
Posted almost 4 years ago
Cameron is to the South of Cacasieu Parish and is part of Imperial Calcasieu. It falls within the Lake Charles MSA as well as the larger Lake Charles Jennings Combined Statistical area. Cameron Parish is the largest insofar as land size of Louisiana's parishes and is located on the Gulf of Mexico...
Posted almost 4 years ago
Yesterday, I provided a brief historical insight into "What is meant by Imperial Calcasieu" and "Why does Louisina have Parishes instead of Counties." Here, I want to present Calcasieu Parish. Calcasieu Parish consists of the following cities and towns: Lake Charles (The Parish Seat) Sulphur West...
Posted almost 4 years ago
As this blog-to explain what is meant by Imperial Calcasieu - was started, it became apparent that for the sake of those relocating to Southwest Louisiana, it would be best to explain "Why Louisiana has parishes instead of counties." CalcasieuParish (Lake Charles is the "Parish Seat" of Calcasieu...
Posted almost 4 years ago
This blog started as a way to explain the term "Imperial Calcasieu" but became sidetracked due to the anticipated question "Why does Louisiana have parishes instead of counties?" Since Louisiana is the only state in the nation that refers to our larger, local governments as "parishes" it is proba...
Posted almost 4 years ago
A question I love to answer to those relocating to the Lake Charles area is, "Do you have a recycling program?" The answer is, "Yes!" We have a wonderful organization in Lake Charles called Team Green. In partnership with the City of Lake Charles and other sponsors, Team Green offers recyclingfro...
Posted almost 4 years ago
Rainmaker
81,539

Derenda Grubb

GRI, ABR, CRS
Ask me a question
*
*
*
Spam prevention

Accessibility option: listen to a question and answer it!

To submit the form,
drag the flag to the circle on the side.

Type below the answer to what you hear. Numbers or words, lowercase:

Additional Information

View Derenda Grubb's profile on LinkedIn