America in its size and vastness, also has many differences between the various member states that make it up. Whether it is in the North or in the South of the American continent the place you dream of visiting and where to buy a property, we at Realigro will help you find the solution that best suits your needs, giving you all the information you need to invest in the best way. Today we will talk about one of the most famous states of the USA, cradle of Jazz, rock, blues, gospel, the capital of music: New Orleans, Louisiana. Let's start from some notion of geography, which never hurts, especially if you want to buy a property in New Orleans.
Bordering Texas, Arkansas and Mississippi, it takes its name from René-Robert Cavelier, who, in honor of the King of France, Louis XIV, called it "the land of Louis". It is no coincidence that even today in this state English-French bilingualism is present, a sign of subjugation to France.
This state enjoys a particularity: it is possible to divide it into two parts, a hilly and a flat one, bathed by the Mississippi. As for the climate, the temperatures are subtropical with frequent showers throughout the year, and hot and dry summers that touch the 32 ° C. The only problem that has always marked this nation, was undoubtedly that of the hurricanes, which, with the gold devastating effects, have, over the years, brought Louisiana to its knees. After this brief physical and geographical description, we come to the most important and practical information. What documents are necessary to be able to access this state? The rules are always the same as in almost all the states of the USA. For a period of less than 90 days, you do not need a U.S. visa, but it will be sufficient to have a Visa Waiver Program, which you can join on the website. Otherwise you will need a visa, different according to your needs. Once we have solved the problem of access, let's see what it means to live in Louisiana, precisely in New Orleans. Let's start from the most important aspect: the basic necessities.
Here is a short list of the basket of goods:
1 kg of chicken generally costs $8.1 and $9.2.
1 liter of milk usually costs between $1 and $1.2
A loaf of bread: between $1.8-2.2
1 liter of beer bought: between $4.5-5.7
1 bottle of wine : between 13-18 $
1/2 kg of tomatoes: between 1.7-2 $
1 kg of apples: between 3.6-4.2 $
1 kg of potatoes: between 1.8-2.2 $
If you are a student, willing to move to this city to improve your language or simply to have an alternative experience, the monthly expenses could be as follows:
Room in a shared apartment: 508 $
Electricity costs: $69
Meat : 49 $
Milk, eggs and bread: 32 $
Fruits, vegetables and other fruits: 60 $
Let us now turn to rents and the cost of real estate. Everything is obviously related to the area of the city in which you are interested. The city has an excellent transport network, so you can also opt for peripheral areas and reach the center in a few minutes, saving significantly on rents and the cost of the property itself. In this metropolis you can find everything. From apartments for rent, to super luxurious villas (unique features of the city itself). As for prices, we start from $ 500 per month for lease contracts, up to $ 50,000 to buy a small apartment in the suburbs but equipped with every comfort.
What can I say, if you are interested in buying a property in New Orleans, you have all the credentials to do so!
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