NOLA Lifestyles: Gentilly

Michael visits client and Nola Softball League rival Brandon Woodfork at his newly renovated New Orleans home in Gentilly.  The two talk about the booming neighborhood and all it has to offer, as well as some softball smack talk.

NOLA Lifestyles Episode 6: Freret

Michael heads back Uptown to the booming Freret neighborhood to discuss with client and First Time Home Buyer Alegra Grieb about her home buying experience and everything there is to know about the neighborhood.

NOLA Lifestyles Episode 2: Central Business District

The New Orleans Central Business District takes center stage as Michael interviews Dennis Lomonaco about New Orleans life in the CBD.  Dennis has a lease in the fabulous building “The Strand,” the apartment section of the Aloft Building.  Michael and Dennis discuss CBD neighborhood safety and convenience, pizza delivery, date spots at Dennis’ place as well as atop the building, one of the finest views the city has to offer.

NOLA Lifestyles Episode 1: Fairgrounds / Esplanade Ridge

Jazzfest is on full display as Michael Styles interviews his client Ashley Christensen about life in the Fairgrounds / Esplanade Ridge neighborhood.  Michael and Ashley discuss where to work out, where to grocery shop, and where to walk his dog Goldie in the Fairgrounds.

Ashley’s house is still for sale!  More information about his property can be found at this link.

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New Orleans Flood Insurance Costs and Requirements

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.

Best New Orleans Dog Parks and the Neighborhoods to Find Them

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.