2017 Real Estate News Year End Report

  The Year End Report     Happy Holidays! Seasons Greetings! The Saints are in 1st Place, we have a new Mayor, we thankfully avoided the hu...

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Four Small Areas With Big Reasons To Live There

#1. The perfectly located area inside of Magazine St, The Zoo, Tchoupitoulas, and Jefferson. A great small town with every amenity. Could be best in c...

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Recent Comments From Some Of Our 2017 Clients

“I was just telling a friend about you and Mary Margaret…I think you are the best agents I have ever done business with”. Trip T. &#...

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“I can sell your home quickly, and at the price you want!”

by Middleton O’Malley Are there any more enticing words that can be spoken to a perspective seller? That statement may or may not be true, but a...

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Uptown University Carrollton, (inside Claiborne, St. Charles, Broadway, and Carrollton) Maybe The Best Value In Town

by Middleton O’Malley Uptown University/Carrollton As bounded by Claiborne Ave., St. Charles Avenue, Broadway, and Carrollton Ave. U/C is home t...

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An Important New Service For 55+ Clients & Their Families

  It’s not about age, it’s about stage.  It’s about where you are in life, respect for your needs, and professional assistance...

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The Transformation Of Uptown New Orleans

by Middleton O’Malley There’s been a modest softening of Uptown prices, and the number of homes that have had price reductions has incre...

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Jazz Every Tuesday Night 6-8:PM With Middleton O’Malley WTUL 91.5FM

Tuesday Evenings 6-8:PM… WTUL, 91.5 FM for great contemporary and classic Jazz.  Streamed on the net!  Google WTUL, click on “Stream WTU...

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Buying A Home? Here’s Helpful Info

by Middleton O’Malley Credit Rating: An acceptable credit rating is key to obtaining a loan. Credit ratings are run when you apply for a loan, a...

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Eight Great Tips For Buyers & Sellers

by Middleton O’Malley Eight Great Tips for Buyers and Sellers.  But each represents only the tip of an informational iceberg; there’s a ...

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