Michael interviews his clients Adam Eversole and Kyle Fulton at their gorgeous home in the Fontainbleau area of New Orleans. They talk about the neighborhood, deliberate on what number of dogs is appropriate, debate bowling as an activity, and dismantle and discard some furniture.
Michael Styles, New Orleans Realtor, and his good friend and client Houston Ward share a pint of Guinness on St. Patty’s day and discuss life in his New Orleans’ neighborhood the “Irish Channel.”
NOLA Lifestyles with Michael Styles is returning for a second season to showcase more neighborhoods in the great city of New Orleans (and if we’re being real, in another attempt to be picked up by HGTV or at least Bravo.)
This season hopes to cover areas such as Fountainbleau, Mid City, Treme, Algier’s Point, St. Roch, the Bywater, and more,
and will feature the best clients a Realtor could ask for.
Our first episode features Michael’s own home and neighborhood
with a very special guest- Michael’s roommate, best friend and “teammate”, Reed Wendorf!
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.
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.
Michael meets up with his client and former college roommate Alex Vogel at his place on Exchange Place to celebrate Red Dress Run and discuss Beyonce’s little sister, short term rentals, and all other pertinent information about neighborhood life in the French Quarter.
In Episode 4, Michael meets up with his client and former coworker Chris Wilson at his new construction single-family rental Uptown at Chestnut and Valence. The guys discuss what separated New Orleans apart from the other cities he was considering moving to and why he chose Uptown over the CBD for his second New Orleans go-around. Wilson trails off about Creole Creamery when asked about his workout regiment and Michael fails to “ice” Wilson.
Michael Styles interviews his very first clients, Ethan and Eric McDonald, about New Orleans life in the West End neighborhood. The guys discuss the benefits and pitfalls (read: potholes) of the neighborhood as well as advice for other First Time Home Buyers.