The city of New Orleans is one of those historic places where preservation is of the utmost importance musically, culturally, and architecturally speaking.
Louisiana’s beachfront properties are some of the country’s biggest sunny and sandy bargains, which is probably why they’re in such high demand. Let’s explore!
In the city of New Orleans, the cost of living on the high ground has skyrocketed displacing many families who’ve lived in the neighborhood for many years.
In Louisiana, local real estate professional Jordan “Fincher” Fruge shows that pursuing a passion for real estate and helping people can really pay off.
New Orleans has weathered its fair share of deadly floods, storms, and heat waves, but many climate experts agree that it’s only going to get worse from here.
Louisianans enjoy a low cost of living, high quality cuisine, and an eclectic cultural unmatched by most states
Louisiana’s economy and unemployment rate took a hit due to the pandemic, yet their real estate market remains hot with home values increasing 4.4% since 2019.