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2013 

New Orleans Real Estate - Market Report - Cleary Area This week's market report takes us to the Cleary area between Vets & West Esplanade.Feel free to let me know if you have any questions about the above information. Also, I'm more than happy to assist you in purchasing or selling a home should...
04/26/2013
New Orleans Jazz Fest Festival season goes into high gear beginning on friday for the start of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, otherwise known as Jazz Fest to locals. We've put together a Do's & Don'ts list for first timers and as a refresher course for savvy veterans & locals.Jazz Fes...
04/22/2013
New Orleans Real Estate - Market Report - Above Causeway This week's market report takes us to the area South of I-10. Judging by the days on market, houses are not lasting long in this area. One thing to note is that the difference betwen price per square foot of solds and actives are basically...
04/18/2013
New Orleans Real Estate - Market Report - Metairie Lakefront The Metairie Lakefront Area is the subject of our weekly market report. Homes are taking around four months to sell on average in this neighborhood. It's pretty much a balanced market with about 6 months worth of inventory available. T...
04/11/2013
French Quarter Fest 2013 We are in the midst of festival season and the French Quarter Festival takes center stage this Thursday, April 11 - Sunday, April 14. The 30th anniversary of the festival is completely free and celebrates New Orleans music and food throughout the Vieux Carre'. The music ...
04/08/2013
New Orleans Real Estate - Market Report - Below Causeway This week's market report takes us to Metairie and the Area Below Causeway. This area extends from the 17th St. Canal to Causeway and the Lake to I-10. This area is a seller's market with an average of three months supply on the market. Se...
04/04/2013
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April Fool's Day! Happy April Fool's Day! Although the origins can't be completely confirmed, this holiday can be traced back as early as 1392 in Chaucer's Cantebury Tales. Have you been pranked today? Are you looking to get someone back or possibly play a fun trick on someone? Some 600+ years l...
04/01/2013
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