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2927 Robert Street, New Orleans, LA 70125 July 27, 2014 Open House 1pm-3pm


Mint, move in!   2927 Robert Street is a listing that has had some issues since going on the market from a tenant to the street being dug up and new sewer lines.  It is often the case that a tenant simply doesn’t take care of a house the same way an owner would.  In…

Status of the Biggert – Waters Flood Insurance Affordability Act

The Senate passed legislation this week that would delay implementation of the Biggert – Waters Act.  This legislation now goes to the House where some reports say that it will not pass in it’s present form and some reports say that there is enough support for it to pass – time will tell. This report…

Garden District Market Report – August, 2013

These graphs are for the month of August, 2013 for all property types in the Garden District.  There is significantly reduced inventory when compared to the same time period last year.  Homes are selling in a short period of time as compared with last year…  

Orleans Parish | Market Report, March, 2013

In many parts of Orleans Parish the housing market is really hot and moving fast.  There is a shortage of inventory and many buyers are attempting to buy homes that have multiple offers.  Buyer’s that do not have cash and need a mortgage are at a disadvantage.  Offers are often coming in over asking and…

Changes Are Coming to Our Flood Insurance Maps

New flood maps are available for Orleans Parish  and there is a lot of confusion as to what is coming down the pike. Some homeowners will have a reduction in their flood insurance policy and others will have an increase.  You can refute an individual property’s change in Flood Zones if you feel you have…

“Let Housing Lead the Way” a Message from Dave Liniger to President Obama and Governor Romney

Dave Liniger is the Co-Founder with his wife Gail of the RE/MAX organization and for many years has been a visionary on the national housing scene.  Please take a moment and read his appeal to the Presidential Candidates, it is worth the read.   We have just witnessed the last of three presidential debates in…

Developers and New Stores Are Coming to New Orleans

Costco is coming and I love Costco.  I am used to shopping at Costco from New York and Sam’s is okay but I love Costco.  This store and many more developers are being lured into New Orleans by some smart negotiating on the part of the City and State.  New jobs come with these new…

New Orleans and Post Katrina Gentrification

From Newsday on Long Island, which I might add is a wonderful newspaper with some really great reporting, comes this article about New Orleans today. Some of the redevelopment and gentrification. This winter the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development plans to demolish the last of the New Deal-era public housing still standing in…

What is Going On With Blight in New Orleans?

From the wonderful folks at the New Orleans Community Data Center;  when you live here you see the engagement and this makes sense: “As of March 2012, there are an estimated 35,700 blighted homes and empty lots in New Orleans, down from 43,755 in September 2010, as indicated by United States Postal Service (USPS) data….

Our National Association Mis steps, Again

I belong to the National Association of Realtors as do about one million other real estate agents and brokers around the country.  They are our representatives but they are not perfect, they make mistakes.  Last year they had to apologize because the national housing numbers they published were flawed.  Now they have an ad running…

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