A sign of New Orleans’ resilience can be found in the national developers and retailers now coming to town as first-time investors. The region’s new $14 billion levee system held back the tide and within hours of Isaac’s departure the city sprang back to life to host Labor Day visitors. Click link below to continue reading. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/26/realestate/commercial/vitality-reborn-new-orleans-draws-developers.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0
More Housing Indexes Point to Pricing Rebound Daily Real Estate News | Wednesday, September 05, 2012 <!– –> Several housing indicators in recent months are all revealing a similar trend: Home prices are rising in most markets across the country. The latest housing index from CoreLogic, based on July multiple listing service data, shows national … More Now Is The Time To Buy A Home
THE MORTUARY Halloween in New Orleans, is like Christmas in New York. If you are looking for something to get you in the Halloween spirit, look no further than The Mortuary. Originally built in 1872 by Mary Slattery, this mansion was intended to be the family home for generations. The home was sold and maintained … More The Mortuary
The benefits of homeownership are many. Perhaps most important is that owning a home provides an unparalleled sense of well-being, security and achievement. Moreover, homeownership has always been, and continues to be, the single best long-term investment for most Americans. It is a primary source of wealth and financial security for many households, helping to … More The Benefits Of Home Ownership
National Association of Realtors reposrt on the current state of home sales and values.