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By Terez B. Harris, Your Real Estate Advocate
(Keller Williams Realty New Orleans)
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The first day of spring! The vernal equinox! This year, March 20 is the red-letter day on the New Orleans Area’s real estate calendar. It’s the nominal kickoff to the traditionally rambunctious spring selling season—historically, the go-go time of year. It’s when more homes come on the market, m...
By Terez B. Harris, Your Real Estate Advocate
(Keller Williams Realty New Orleans)
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Last week, The Wall Street Journal made it official: they had a slow news day. It was February 11 (that was Wednesday) when they ran the feature story, “A Gender Gap in Real Estate.” This was something New Orleans Area house hunters (not to mention those hoping to attract their attention) could ...
By Terez B. Harris, Your Real Estate Advocate
(Keller Williams Realty New Orleans)
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New Orleans Real Estate Watchers Find Trend Conflicts...  New Orleans real estate trackers stay informed via the most recent listing and sales numbers, which is the most solid information of all. It’s helpful for planning purposes—even though what has happened in the past is only a suggestion of...
By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
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     Its easy to tell the season in New Orleans.  Just go window shopping and see what the shops are selling.  This is Carinval season so bright colors, masks, beads, are the norm for the next several weeks. French Quarter Window Shopping  
By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
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Lower Garden District in New Orleans            Between the Warehouse District and the Garden District sits the Lower Garden District. The area has a lot of condo conversions as the area was full of multifamily homes and old apartment complexes.   Historic Town Homes in Lower Garden District   Vi...
By Terez B. Harris, Your Real Estate Advocate
(Keller Williams Realty New Orleans)
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The ripple effect... At 2014’s year end, it’s as good a time as ever to look back over the real estate investment landscape to see if any new trends or directions may have become apparent. It does look as if one development in the country as a whole may cause ripples that could affect New Orlean...
By Terez B. Harris, Your Real Estate Advocate
(Keller Williams Realty New Orleans)
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It happens: an all-but-irresistible New Orleans real estate investment crops up when you’re least expecting it. You may have been actively searching for your next family home when you happen across a particularly good bargain—but it’s not a good fit for your own family. “Holy cow,” you think to ...
By Terez B. Harris, Your Real Estate Advocate
(Keller Williams Realty New Orleans)
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  Just about the last thing New Orleans homeowners expect is for the price of something we use every day to drop precipitously. It isn’t just that we’ve grown skeptical about the way official inflation numbers are formulated (although we have). It’s simply that when it can cost more than a dolla...
By Terez B. Harris, Your Real Estate Advocate
(Keller Williams Realty New Orleans)
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If you had to come up with a single characteristic that the most effective Metairie and New Orleans home listings have in common, there are several good candidates:  A really well-crafted listing catches your eye with superior photography, for sure. But that’s not possible with every property. G...
By Lisa Heindel, New Orleans Real Estate Broker
(Crescent City Living LLC)
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On the list of things that make NOLA unique, the streetcars have got to be close to the top. With 5 lines now in service, the streetcars have expanded well beyond the St. Charles line that we all grew up with and now travel along the riverfront and into Mid City. Here's a quick history of the st...
By Denise Lones, CSP, MIRM, CDEI - Real Estate Coaching & Branding
(The Lones Group, Inc.)
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One Person Can Make a Huge Difference Recently, I traveled to New Orleans to speak at the National Association of REALTORS® Convention for the Women's Council of REALTORS®. I had never been to New Orleans before and was excited to see what was in store for me there. I traveled with Shauna from m...
By David Stewart, Slidell Homes - New Orleans Homes
(REALTOR, ABEK)
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$349,900, 6Bd/4Ba Multi-Family, 2215 sqft.     David Stewart | ABEK Real Estate | 985-710-1728 1704 Elysian Fields Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117 Stunning Renovation in the Heart of the City 6Bd/4Ba Multi-Family   $349,900 Year Built 1894 Sq Footage 2215 sqft. Bedrooms 6 Beds Bathrooms 4 Baths Floor...
Things to do with Children in New Orleans - If you are interested in living in New Orleans, Contact Jamie Mixon and The Mixon Group at 504-315-0334 New Orleans is known as the "Big Easy," and if you are visiting there with children, then you will likely be looking for easy ways to entertain them ...
By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
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     Its very colorful in New Orleans in the neigborhoods that I work in. Its always fun to capture it on film so I take my camera with me eat day not know what I will see...I know I can find something new even though I have thousands of shots. Pictures are imortant in real estate and that is wh...
By Jeff Dowler CRS, Carlsbad CA Homes for Sale (760) 840-1360
(Solutions Real Estate )
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Brunch at the Commander’s Palace in New Orleans   I attended the National Certified Residential Specialists (CRS) Convention in New Orleans from November 5th through the 8th in New Orleans, and in addition to attending some terrific meetings, and running one myself, the French Quarter beckoned s...
By Jamie Mixon
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New Orleans Home Sale Costs Check out our home value estimator to see what your home in New Orleans is worth. If you are interested in selling contact The Mixon Group at (504) 315-0334. If you are selling a home in New Orleans or are considering it in the near future, it is important that you kno...
By David Greenberg
(HouseLens: Video Marketing for Real Estate)
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Did you go to the National Assocation of Realtors Conference and Expo last week in New Orleans? HouseLens did! We had a ton of fun, worked very hard, and learned some key lessons in the process. Here were our takeaways from the conference—I’d love to see yours in the Comments!   The entire HouseL...
By David Stewart, Slidell Homes - New Orleans Homes
(REALTOR, ABEK)
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$154,900, 1Bd/1Ba Condo, 425 sqft.     David Stewart | ABEK Real Estate | 985-710-1728 3911 Coliseum St, New Orleans, LA 70115 Adorable Condo in the Heart of Uptown 1Bd/1Ba Condo   $154,900 Year Built 1954 Sq Footage 425 sqft. Bedrooms 1 Bed Bathrooms 1 Bath Floors 1 Parking None Laundry Shared ...
Rainy days aren’t much fun, especially when you’re in such a vibrant, lively town as New Orleans. Even if you’re fortunate enough to be living in New Orleans, you might not know all the fun places to visit for entertainment on a gloomy day. The Mixon Group has put together a list of ten fun thing...
By Terez B. Harris, Your Real Estate Advocate
(Keller Williams Realty New Orleans)
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  You’ve watched as your little ones grew from stumbling toddlers into young adulthood… and now out into the world on their own. It’s been a slow transition—but it’s also sped past in the blink of an eye! The bumpy economy may yet prompt some extended Metairie and New Orleans home stays in the f...

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