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New Iberia, LA Real Estate, Homes For Sale, School & Area Information

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New Iberia Area Insight

  • "Church Alley" is a historic area in New Iberia, Louisiana. New Iberia is a city located in the southern part of the state, known for its rich history and unique culture. Church Alley is a picturesque street lined with beautiful oak trees and historic homes, many of which date back to the 19th century. The name "Church Alley" likely comes from the fact that several churches are located in the vicinity.

    One of the most notable features of Church Alley is the Shadows-on-the-Teche, a historic plantation home that has been preserved as a museum. The area is also known for its association with the famous author James Lee Burke, whose fictional detective Dave Robicheaux often roams the streets of New Iberia.

    If you're visiting New Iberia, Church Alley is a charming area to explore, offering a glimpse into the city's history and architecture. Keep in mind that my information might not be up to date, so it's always a good idea to check with local sources for the latest information about any place.
  • These days it is very important to obtain a prequalification letter from your lender before you even start looking for a property. A good number of sellers and their agents are now requiring one be submitted with your offer. The purpose for this is to make yourself look like a serious buyer. No party whether buyer or seller wants to waste time. Between a buyer who has taken the time to get prequalified and one who hasn't, the buyer with prequal will always win out.
  • The New Iberia Parks and Recreation Department offers many activities and programs for children and adults alike. There are school leagues for the following sports: basketball, volleyball, soccer and softball for school age children. For adults, the following activities are available: flag football, yoga on a daily basis, softball, aerobics, Zumba, Aqua Zumba and swimming programs. Whatever your fitness level be, the department offers activities to keep you slim, trim and healthy. For additional information or to sign up, you can visit the link below.
  • The job market will be receiving a nice boost from oil company Halliburton's move to New Iberia, Broussard and Lafayette. They are relocating part of their operation from its Gulf of Mexico plant in Houma and bringing with it 250 new jobs. This move is said to spur growth in the area and give opportunity to many workers in their ability to find high paying jobs.The housing industry and others are said to benefit from the move. In addition, many large and small companies are also located here. A win-win for all in the community.

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