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Re-blogged by 1 agent Karin Smith - Slidell Homes - New Orleans Homes - Listing/Buyers Agent (ABEK Real Estate) Think about Resale Value when buying a New Orleans Condo! (edit/delete) When Buying a condo ! Think about the resale value? When you are Buying! When you are looking to buy a Ne...
The new French Quarter listing that I just got is unique in several ways for the New Orleans French Quarter. The condo is located at 102o Esplanade Ave. #103 which is on the edge of the French Quarter in a more residential area than most people would think. It within easy walking distance ...
Before becoming condos this building has been several things. This was the home of Anne Rice the Vampire author. It was way too large for one family. Earlier in time it was and school and then in the 1850's it became St. Elizabeth's Orphanage in New Orleans.
The new Facebook profiles and fan pages are very photo friendly. Get your commuity page started now. See a recent article on one of my blogs. New Orleans Condo Trends and Facebook.
New Orlean's Hotels decorate for the Holidays, Well worth a small tour!! While stopping at a traffic light this past week I snapped this photo from the car window. Looking over the photos of the week it reminded me how much time and effort these New Orleans Hotels go when decorating...
Lousiana's Highway to the World, The Mississippi River....Its big business !! November 18, 2010Eric The Mississippi River is a Super highway for Louisiana and points North to the rest of the world. New Orleans to Baton Rouge has all sorts of Chemical , Agricultural, Steel, and finishe...
Pirates in New Orleans, They have to shop for groceries too! Rouses on Royal Street... Eric New Orleans has a lot of pirates. I noticed that after the Halloween Saints games and even into the next week. This past week we met another pirate stopping in for lunch after a long nite in the por...
Streetcars in New Orleans run day and half the night ! Eric The New Orleans Streetcar lines are popular day and night. This streetcar was on St. Charles Ave. on a recent night in November. The line has been running for 150 years on the 13.2 mile route down St. Charles Ave. route. The exac...