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Zurqui is a South Louisiana company with deep roots in construction and real estate development. Our premier apartments and townhomes are newly renovated in a stylish, modern design, offering a selection of luxury amenities like Quartz countertops, vinyl flooring, large walk-in closets, washer/dryer, and an array of fixtures and stainless appliances.


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Zurqui’s Property Management takes resident safety seriously. We have 24/7 security personnel on-site, CCTV surveillance, and controlled access points. Additionally, we collaborate with local law enforcement agencies to maintain a safe environment.

Zurqui’s Property Management offers a wide range of services to residents, including property maintenance, landscaping, security, and more. We aim to make your living experience as comfortable and hassle-free as possible.

Our communities don’t merely accept pets; we wholeheartedly embrace them! We gladly welcome both dogs and cats, with a generous weight limit of up to 100 pounds and a maximum of two pets per household. There is a one-time fee of $250 per pet, and a nominal monthly pet rent of $15 per pet. To ensure a safe and harmonious environment, we do have some breed restrictions in place. These restrictions apply to Rottweilers, Chows, Presa Canarios, Dobermans, Akitas, and Pit Bulls (often referred to as American Staffordshire Terriers, Staffordshire Bull Terriers, or Bull Terriers). It’s important to note that all pet-related fees are applied per pet.

The necessity of renter’s insurance is primarily rooted in its Liability coverage, which is obligatory. This coverage is essential to protect you in situations involving negligence, such as the potential for damages or bodily injury. For instance, if you accidentally flood your apartment and your neighbor’s due to a bathtub mishap, you could be deemed responsible for the ensuing damages, medical expenses, and even potential legal costs if a lawsuit is initiated. Renter’s insurance would step in to cover these financial obligations.

While the Personal Property component of renter’s insurance is technically optional, it is highly advisable. Our community’s insurance policies exclusively address structural damage to the dwelling itself, leaving your personal possessions like electronics, furniture, and clothing vulnerable. Therefore, it’s crucial to have your own Personal Property policy in place to safeguard your belongings in case of incidents such as fire, theft, or damage.

Moving in and out involves specific procedures to ensure a smooth transition. Please refer to the “Move-In/Move-Out Guide” on our website, which outlines the steps, requirements, and contact information for any questions or concerns during this process.

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