Month: May 2018


Hot Minute: Mid-City

  Want to see what New Orleans neighborhood, Mid-City looks like but time have to drive all over the place? Check out on HOT minute in Mid-City!       Learn more about New Orleans neighborhood, Mid-City.   

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Naturally New Orleans East

  The New Orleans neighborhood, New Orleans East, is often forgotten by locals. I hate to say that – but there is truth to it. The East has many different subdivisions, with some of them being gated. Having to virtually rebuild from the ground up after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans East has dedicated residents opening… Read more »

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Magnificent Milan

  The New Orleans neighborhood, Milan, is an area some would likely just call Uptown.   With such a diverse mix of residents, you will find anywhere from doctors to servers calling this area home. Milan also has public tennis courts for all, a basketball court, and a very active neighborhood association. While mainly residential, there are… Read more »

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NOLA Summer Camps

  Your kids are about to be free from the imprisonment of school. Now, what do you do with them? You can’t take the whole summer off, as much as you would like to. Unless you’ve got an amazing babysitter to take them all day long, they need to find a summer camp to attend.… Read more »

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New Orleans Home Inspections

  After you have an accepted offer on your New Orleans home, it’s time for home inspections. This is likely going to be the most stressful part of your home buying voyage. With the right agent by your side, they can let you know what is pretty common and easy to fix as opposed to… Read more »

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What is the Home Buying Process?

  You’re going to hear the term “home buying process” once you start googling about how to buy your New Orleans house. What is this process you keep hearing about? It’s a combination of many things. Ultimately, it’s a checklist to go down once you decide to purchase a home.   As your New Orleans… Read more »

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What does “As Is” Mean?

  When you begin signing the documents for your New Orleans purchase agreement (aka the contract that says you’re buying the house), you will also have to sign what is called a Waiver of Redhibition. This waiver is also known as the “As-Is clause.” What does “as is” mean? In the state of Louisiana, you are… Read more »

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