A recent story in the Gambit predicted the NOLA real estate market faces lower prices and longer times on the market in 2020. But Fannie, Freddie & the Mortgage Bankers Association say otherwise. Is the doom & gloom accurate? Or will the strong market continue? Rose Colored Glasses 3 real estate industry giants are optimistic
Some of us are hard-core, year-round bikers. But the arrival of fall brings cool, crisp weather that brings out even the casual biker in all of us. Whether you’re a hard core biker or an occasional cruiser, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better place to ride your bike than metro New Orleans. And
Focusing on a particular part of town or neighborhood is a great way to really stand out in the real estate world.  But unless you have had clients recently in the mid-city area, you might be missing out on great opportunities in what might be NOLA’s hottest area. Get Reacquainted with Mid City Mid City
Buying real estate in metro New Orleans isn’t as simple as it sounds. We’ve got old homes. Flooded homes. Renovated homes. Raised homes. That’s why we’ve learned after 25+ years in local real estate that you NEVER want to skip the inspection on a purchase transaction. And while you can read lots of rational lists
Barry is gone. Luckily, most of the metro area was spared serious damage. Except for the early onset of “Hurricane Fatigue”. It started to set in over the weekend. You probably saw the Facebook memes like this: And this one Even Jim Cantori looked bored while standing in the Quarter. That’s hard to do. But