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The following cities have mortgage lenders in Louisiana:
  • Kilbourne
  • Kinder
  • Kraemer
  • Krotz Springs
  • Kurthwood
  • La Place
  • Labadieville
  • Lacassine
  • Lacombe
  • Lafayette
  • Lafitte
  • Lake Arthur
  • Lake Charles
  • Lake Providence
  • Lakeland
  • Larose
  • Lawtell
  • Lebeau
  • Leblanc
  • Lecompte
  • Leesville
  • Lena
  • Leonville
  • Lettsworth
  • Libuse
  • Lillie
  • Lisbon
  • Livingston
  • Livonia
  • Lockport
  • Logansport
  • Longleaf
  • Longstreet
  • Longville
  • Loranger
  • Loreauville
  • Lottie
  • Luling
  • Lutcher
  • Lydia
  • Madisonville
  • Mamou
  • Mandeville
  • Mangham
  • Mansfield
  • Mansura
  • Many
  • Maringouin
  • Marion
  • Marksville
  • Marrero
  • Marthaville
  • Mathews
  • Maurepas
  • Maurice
  • Melrose
  • Melville
  • Mer Rouge
  • Meraux
  • Mermentau
  • Merryville
  • Metairie
  • Milton
  • Minden
  • Mittie
  • Monroe
  • Montegut
  • Monterey
  • Montgomery
  • Mooringsport
  • Mora
  • Moreauville
  • Morgan City
  • Morganza
  • Morrow
  • Morse
  • Mount Airy
  • Mount Hermon
  • Napoleonville
  • Natalbany
  • Natchez
  • Natchitoches
  • Negreet
  • New Iberia
  • New Orleans
  • New Roads
  • New Sarpy
  • Newellton
  • Newllano
  • Noble
  • Norco
  • Norwood
  • Oak Grove
  • Oak Ridge
  • Oakdale
  • Oberlin
  • Oil City
  • Olla
  • Opelousas
  • Oscar
  • Otis
  • Paincourtville
  • Palmetto
  • Paradis
  • Patterson
  • Paulina
  • Pearl River
  • Pelican
  • Perry
  • Pierre Part
  • Pilottown
  • Pine Grove
  • Pine Prairie
  • Pineville
  • Pioneer
  • Pitkin
  • Plain Dealing
  • Plaquemine
  • Plattenville
  • Plaucheville
  • Pleasant Hill
  • Pointe A la Hache
  • Pollock
  • Ponchatoula
  • Port Allen
  • Port Barre
  • Port Sulphur
  • Powhatan
  • Prairieville
  • Pride
  • Princeton
  • Provencal
  • Quitman
  • Raceland
  • Ragley
  • Rayne
  • Rayville
  • Reddell
  • Reeves
  • Reserve
  • Rhinehart
  • Ringgold
  • Roanoke
  • Robeline
  • Robert
  • Rodessa
  • Rosedale
  • Roseland
  • Rosepine
  • Rougon
  • Ruby
  • Ruston
  • Saint Amant
  • Saint Benedict
  • Saint Bernard
  • Saint Francisville
  • Saint Gabriel
  • Saint James
  • Saint Joseph
  • Saint Landry
  • Saint Martinville
  • Saint Maurice
  • Saint Rose
  • Saline
  • Sarepta
  • Schriever
  • Scott
  • Shongaloo
  • Shreveport
  • Sibley
  • Sicily Island
  • Sieper
  • Sikes
  • Simmesport
  • Simpson
  • Simsboro
  • Singer
  • Slagle
  • Slaughter
  • Slidell
  • Sondheimer
  • Sorrento
  • Spearsville
  • Springfield
  • Springhill
  • Starks
  • Start
  • Sterlington
  • Stonewall
  • Sugartown
  • Sulphur
  • Summerfield
  • Sun
  • Sunset
  • Sunshine
  • Swartz
  • Talisheek
  • Tallulah
  • Tangipahoa
  • Taylor
  • Theriot
  • Thibodaux
  • Tickfaw
  • Tioga
  • Transylvania
  • Trout
  • Tullos
  • Tunica
  • Turkey Creek
  • Uncle Sam
  • Urania
  • Vacherie
  • Varnado
  • Venice
  • Ventress
  • Vidalia
  • Ville Platte
  • Vinton
  • Violet
  • Vivian
  • Wakefield
  • Walker
  • Washington
  • Waterproof
  • Watson
  • Welsh
  • West Monroe
  • Westlake
  • Westwego
  • Weyanoke
  • White Castle
  • Wildsville
  • Wilson
  • Winnfield
  • Winnsboro
  • Wisner
  • Woodworth
  • Youngsville
  • Zachary
  • Zwolle

  • The French first settled Louisiana in 1682, braving swamps and plagues to harvest the abundant cypress, but the state was sparsely inhabited before its first permanent settlement, the trading post of Natchitoches , was established in 1714. In 1760, Louis XV secretly handed New Orleans, along with all French territory west of the Mississippi, to his Spanish cousin, Charles III, as a safeguard against the British. Louisiana remained Spanish until it was ceded to Napoleon in 1801, under the proviso that it should never change hands again. Just two years later, however, Napoleon, strapped for cash to fund his battles with the British in Europe, struck a bargain with president Thomas Jefferson known as the Louisiana Purchase . This sneaky agreement handed over to the US all French lands between Canada and Mexico, from the Mississippi to the Rockies, for a total cost of $15 million. The subsequent "Americanization" of Louisiana was one of the most momentous periods in the state's history, with the port of New Orleans, in its key position near the mouth of the Mississippi River , growing to become one of the nation's wealthiest cities. Though the state seceded from the Union to join the Confederacy in 1861, there were important differences between Louisiana and the rest of the slave-driven South. The Black Code , drawn up by the French in 1685 to govern Saint-Domingue (today's Haiti) and established in Louisiana in 1724, had given slaves rights unparalleled elsewhere, including permission to marry, meet socially and take Sundays off. The black population of New Orleans in particular was renowned as exceptionally literate and cosmopolitan.

    Though Louisiana was not physically scarred by the Civil War, with few important battles fought on its soil, its economy was ravaged, and its social structures all but destroyed. The Reconstruction era, too, hit particularly hard here, with the once great city of New Orleans suffering a period of unprecedented lawlessness and racial violence. In time the economy, at least, recovered, benefiting from the key importance of the mighty Mississippi River and the discovery of offshore oil, but over the last century Louisiana has come to rely more and more heavily upon tourism , centered around New Orleans and Cajun country. And it's not hard to see why: whether canoeing along a moss-tangled bayou, dining in a crumbling Creole cottage on spicy, buttery crawfish, or dancing on a steamy starlit night to the best live music in the world, few visitors fail to fall in love with Louisiana.

    Louisiana mortgages are found on our site. Lenders in anyone of the cities above are willing and able to address all of your concerns about a Louisiana mortgage or a Louisiana mortgage refinance. Please feel free to use this site to do some comparison shopping, because there are different types of mortgage lenders there are different types of loans offered. You will need to contact everyone of the lenders you are considering before making the final decision on what type of loan is the best for you.

    Our directory currently includes lenders in the following Louisiana cities:

    Metairie ,

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