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Tax Consulting Senior

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Tax Consultant

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Greater New Orleans Youth Orchestras |  Board of Directors

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Vicki Shreves
Certified Public Accountant and Tax Consulting Senior with LaPorte Sehrte Romig Hand


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Vicki Shreves
Certified Public Accountant, Tax Consulting Senior with LaPorte Sehrte Romig Hand


Investors Lead Home Sale Boom in New Orleans | theledger.com

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Vicki Shreves sold her gutted, 1,600-square-foot house in the Uptown section of New Orleans without putting up a for-sale sign.A friend of the family visited the house, on a street that had eight feet of water, "and wanted to know if we wanted to sell it," Ms. Shreves said."It just seemed like such an easy thing, we said fine."To Ms. Shreves, an accountant, the thought of rebuilding was depressing, and mold was a concern.But she had not decided to sell when she and her husband got the offer, which was close to $100 a square foot.Before the storm, she said, she probably could have sold the house for $330,000."When the storm came and obliterated it," she said, "we were happy to get $150,000.""We got a check right there and closed the sale," she added.


Error: Invalid story key (SJ,20060709,ZNYT01,607090375,AR). | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg, S.C.

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Vicki Shreves sold her gutted, 1,600-square-foot house in the Uptown section of New Orleans without putting up a for-sale sign.A friend of the family visited the house, on a street that had eight feet of water, "and wanted to know if we wanted to sell it," Ms. Shreves said."It just seemed like such an easy thing, we said fine."To Ms. Shreves, an accountant, the thought of rebuilding was depressing, and mold was a concern.But she had not decided to sell when she and her husband got the offer, which was close to $100 a square foot.Before the storm, she said, she probably could have sold the house for $330,000."When the storm came and obliterated it," she said, "we were happy to get $150,000.""We got a check right there and closed the sale," she added.


Investors Lead Home Sale Boom in New Orleans - Dateline Florida

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Vicki Shreves sold her gutted, 1,600-square-foot house in the Uptown section of New Orleans without putting up a for-sale sign.A friend of the family visited the house, on a street that had eight feet of water, "and wanted to know if we wanted to sell it," Ms. Shreves said."It just seemed like such an easy thing, we said fine." To Ms. Shreves, an accountant, the thought of rebuilding was depressing, and mold was a concern.But she had not decided to sell when she and her husband got the offer, which was close to $100 a square foot. Before the storm, she said, she probably could have sold the house for $330,000."When the storm came and obliterated it," she said, "we were happy to get $150,000." "We got a check right there and closed the sale," she added.


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