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By Lisa Heindel, New Orleans Real Estate Broker
(Crescent City Living LLC)
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Treme, New Orleans LATreme showed up on the radar for new residents after HBO produced the series with the same name. While the show was as close to the real New Orleans as anything else that's ever been on television, it doesn't hold a candle to the real thing.The Treme neighborhood is ever evol...
By Lisa Heindel, New Orleans Real Estate Broker
(Crescent City Living LLC)
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Cotton Mill Condos for Sale, Warehouse District New Orleans Find similar condos for sale to the Cotton Mill Condos for Sale, Warehouse District New OrleansGet the value of your New Orleans home or condo in today's marketStop your search! If you are looking for an amazing condo complex in New Orle...
By Lisa Heindel, New Orleans Real Estate Broker
(Crescent City Living LLC)
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Are you experiencing any of the 4 signs that it's time to sell your New Orleans home? You're tired of maintenancePainting, landscaping, replacing the roof...add all of these up and it's a lot of time and money spent maintaining just the exterior of your house. Maybe it's time for a condo. Condo f...
By Lisa Heindel, New Orleans Real Estate Broker
(Crescent City Living LLC)
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New Orleans Regional Transit Authority Rolls Out Online PaymentsFinally, there's an easy online way to grab passes for New Orleans streetcars, buses and ferries. The RTA GoMobile app is live, perfect for Jazz Fest 2016 visitors and residents alike. A $3 1-Day Jazzy Passes is good for buses and st...
By Lisa Heindel, New Orleans Real Estate Broker
(Crescent City Living LLC)
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Termites in New OrleansWe're getting close to that time of year when the termites start swarming in New Orleans. If you haven't experienced swarm season, you're in for a treat (that's sarcasm, for the new folks).There's nothing quite like having to turn off all of your exterior lights to avoid at...
By Lisa Heindel, New Orleans Real Estate Broker
(Crescent City Living LLC)
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 The sign is up. The lockbox is installed. Now the appointment requests are starting to roll in.Once your house is on the market, you'll quickly discover that sometimes you don't get very much notice that an agent wants to show your New Orleans home. What are the most important things you can do ...
By Terez B. Harris, Your Real Estate Advocate
(Keller Williams Realty New Orleans)
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Jazz FestIts Festival Time in Louisiana and in just a short few weeks is the coveted New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival AKA Jazz Fest. Starting April 22nd – May 1st.  People travel from all over the world to attend this eclectic music festival.  Just last year about 30 minutes outside of New Or...
By Lisa Heindel, New Orleans Real Estate Broker
(Crescent City Living LLC)
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Selling a Vacant Home in New OrleansWhether you've already moved to a new home here in New Orleans or even to a new state, there are some things you need to know about selling a vacant home. From utilities to maintenance, you still need to keep up with a property while it's on the market. Just be...
By Lisa Heindel, New Orleans Real Estate Broker
(Crescent City Living LLC)
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New Orleans Condo BuyingNew Orleans was late to the condo game, but we've exploded with options over the past few years.Some buyers are looking for a second or vacation home when they visit the Crescent City. Others are downsizing because they're tired of spending the weekends cutting grass. And ...
By Terez B. Harris, Your Real Estate Advocate
(Keller Williams Realty New Orleans)
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Any dedicated bargain hunter who scours the New Orleans listings is not surprised to find among the most deeply discounted entries one of two notations: foreclosure or short sale.Everyone knows what the “foreclosure” designation means—it’s been repossessed by the bank. It’s an REO (real estate ow...
By Lisa Heindel, New Orleans Real Estate Broker
(Crescent City Living LLC)
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Finally, finally, finally.After years of appeals, drainage improvements, flood protection improvements and much wailing and gnashing of teeth, FEMA today released the finalized flood zone maps for New Orleans. The new maps will remove several areas from high risk zones, resulting in lower flood i...
By Lisa Heindel, New Orleans Real Estate Broker
(Crescent City Living LLC)
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Despite the fact that more and more tourists have found their way to French Quarter Fest in New Orleans, it's still a local favorite.Free entry, amazing food and drinks, dozens and dozens of local bands performing every day and a "stage" that spreads along the riverfront and through the French Qu...
By Lisa Heindel, New Orleans Real Estate Broker
(Crescent City Living LLC)
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Is it time for investors in New Orleans real estate to move from buy and flip to buy and hold?It might be.Year over year, rental rates in New Orleans have been on the rise, with a shortage of properties in the neighborhoods and condition that tenants are searching for. Not just apartments and dou...
By Lisa Heindel, New Orleans Real Estate Broker
(Crescent City Living LLC)
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Gentilly Neighborhood - New Orleans LAOne of the last affordable neighborhoods in New Orleans, Gentilly offers a wide range of architecture - from Arts and Crafts cottages to Tudor inspired homes, it's more than just the traditional NOLA style of homes. What do residents have to say about living ...
By Terez B. Harris, Your Real Estate Advocate
(Keller Williams Realty New Orleans)
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Doing a quick internet search of “How To Sell Your Home” results in page after page filled with advice for homeowners on how to get their home sold – there is no shortage of good and bad advice.When seeking out how to get your home sold in New Orleans the best practice is to do your homework to f...
By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
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Mid City Real Estate in New OrleansBayou St. John To Walk Down Desoto StreetHistoric Homes Galore....Esplanade RidgeBayou St. John PhotosA Walk Down Desoto Street From Bayou St. John   One of my favorite walks in the city of New Orleans is down Desoto Street from Bayou St. John in the Esplanade R...
By Terez B. Harris, Your Real Estate Advocate
(Keller Williams Realty New Orleans)
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  ::What's Your Home Worth? :: View New Orleans Homes Now :: View Metairie Homes Now :: More than 30 extraordinary, blazingly bright silk covered structures will fill the Botanical Garden. We’ll have 100s of lanterns to delight you at every turn. Picture an incredible glowing dragon 131-feet long!...
By Terez B. Harris, Your Real Estate Advocate
(Keller Williams Realty New Orleans)
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About Camp TigerCamp Tiger is a longstanding LSUHSC New Orleans School of Medicine legacy that the first year medical students have the honor of carrying on.Camp Tiger is a week-long day camp for children with special needs in the Greater New Orleans area and have been offering this opportunity t...
By Terez B. Harris, Your Real Estate Advocate
(Keller Williams Realty New Orleans)
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New Orleans Location, Location, Location!“Location, location, location!” is one of the few proclamations which needs no verb, no adjective, no preposition to fully communicate its message.Everyone in New Orleans understands—and usually agrees with—its meaning: The location [of something] is all-i...
By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
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New Orleans HomesLower Garden DistrictHistoric Gates and Front Doors     The Photos taked of these homes and townhomes in the Lower Garden District of New Orleans should say it all. So much history in this early New Orleans Neighborhood. It became part of the City of New Orleans in the 1850's. Th...

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