Higher Gas prices!! How is this factor going to effect your business.

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Real Estate Agent with Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.

I filled up today and paid $2.69 per gallon. This is the highest since Katrina in 2005. I drive about 15,000 miles per year most doing real estate in a rather compact area. I am wondering when it is going to effect prices on homes and condos. i have already seen a trend in New Orleans for people to live close to work. A New Orleans native hates a more then 30 minute commute. Its just not something we do not like to do. It will not effect my driving for a while. if I could ride a bike to work I would, but its unlikely that that would work in this business.

                                    

This is the bridge to Sugar cane country on the Mississippi River. Sugar Cane can be converted into ethanol in a far more efficient degree than corn. Why do not we take advantage of this in the USA, reason?

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Danny Smith
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Eric, $2.59 here. Those new fan-dangled gas saving two seater's won't work in this business either. I find that SUV's are the perfect realtor's vehicle.
April 10, 2007 08:02 AM
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Joan Mirantz
Realtor, GRI, CBR, SRES - Concord New Hampshire
Homequest Real Estate

Eric...Hmmm corn vs. sugar cane. Could it be political? I mean we know how much pull you Louisianians have...NOT

I agree about the Nuclear there has been an awful lot of talk about it lately and energy costs plus climate change are almost making it look like a better alternative!

And what is up with those hybrid cars?? Who the heck can afford them??

April 10, 2007 09:13 PM
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Eric Bouler
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Joan, you are right. Take the tax off the imported sugar cane ethanol from Brazil. it something like 30 cents a gallon. Most sugar cane farmers are not big farmers and tend to be family growers. Hybrids still use entergy from other sources. there should be entergy in falling rain,we have plenty of that. Eric
April 10, 2007 09:19 PM
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Danny Smith
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Eric..in addition to your statement about California and Florida....why are we still not drilling in the Antarctic? Also I realize environment wise it won't look as good (the views) but why don't he have thousands of wind turbines off the west /east coast and the gulf of Mexico? I also agree with you on the Nuclear power.
April 11, 2007 04:46 AM
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Jerome Willis

I bet you wish you can find gas for 2.69 now lol.

June 04, 2008 06:43 PM
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