New Orleans locals Ethan and Eric McDonald, a married couple and a straight duo of extraordinary gentleman, bought their first home today in Lakeview today. They were formerly at 1201 Canal Place and are now homeowners. Ethan and Eric were a pleasure to work with and I wish them many happy memories in their wonderful new home.
New Orleans Flood Insurance Costs and Requirements fluctuate depending on where your property is located and how far above (or below) the Flood Zone you lie. New Orleans elevation levels transcend neighborhoods and can even be different for two of the exact same style properties located on the same block. There are two major Flood Zones- A and X.
Just helped two clients find a gorgeous, new single family home in the heart of uptown at a reduced rate.
See pictures here: http://www.nolastyles.com/properties/3463/
If you’re looking to buy a house, the cost of hiring a Realtor is free and at no point in the transaction will you need to pay the Realtor any money for services rendered, whether you end up making a purchase or not. First Time Home Buyers are often confused by the nature of this business relationship and aren’t sure whether they were going to use a Realtor or not because they didn’t think they could afford it. When they finally understand that an Agent’s services for helping them find a home will cost them no money at any point they light up and accept their good fortune before sometimes asking how the agent will get paid. Here’s how it works:
New Orleans is as dog-friendly of a city as you’ll ever live. Dogs are welcome into many public places, both inside and outside- and not just little dogs but dogs of all sizes. Residences often leave water bowls out front for our four legged friends supply and businesses (restaurants, stores, etc.) will be ready with treat-in-hand.
New Orleans has several dog parks for your dog to socialize and for you to wear him/her out with little effort. Here are four that are sure to get the job done.
Living in New Orleans, crime is going to happen in your neighborhood no matter where you live. Varying levels of home quality and neighborhood safety from one street to the next is part of what makes this city so unique. If you are buying New Orleans property, particularly if you’re relocating here, you must understand the difference between the many New Orleans neighborhoods to limit your chances of becoming a victim of a crime.
A Real Estate transaction is complicated. Agents and even Brokers often learn something new every time they list or sell a property, so if this is your first time buying or selling a house you’re in for a whirlwind of activity. Even trying to write a bullet-by-bullet blog entry as a “how-to” for those folks was difficult as there are so many moving pieces and parts.
I saved myself- and you- the frustration and consulted Google only to find this excellently laid out Flow Chart of what steps occur in a Real Estate Transaction for whom and when. Enjoy!
I just want to send a huge thank you to my friends and family over at New Orleans Local Online Marketing and PR company, Story Block Media, for taking the time to design my website. They are a truly fantastic company that I am proud to be a part of; it will be so exciting to see what great things y’all accomplish these next few years.
Special thanks to my Boyfriend Reed for somehow managing to do it all. I love you!