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Discover Rich History & Abundant Opportunity in a Diverse Community

Welcome to a city of bright colors and round-the-clock nightlife, of spicy food and exciting festivals, of live music that lingers through the night. Welcome to a unique and diverse melting pot of cultures, to the birthplace of jazz, to infamous Mardi Gras celebrations. Welcome to one of the most interesting and unique communities in the country, a city that truly never sleeps and where there’s never a dull moment.

Welcome to New Orleans.

New Orleans Homes for Sale

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Why Do Residents Love New Orleans?


A Taste of Everything

Located on the shores of the great Mississippi River and bursting with rich and beautiful historic architecture, lush outdoor recreation, and top-notch businesses and employers, New Orleans is not just a city of excitement but also of opportunity. So whether you’re you’re looking for entertainment along Bourbon Street, fine dining in the French Quarter, or employment opportunities in the Business District, you’ll find what you seek along the bustling streets of New Orleans.

Lush & Bountiful Parks

From quiet and scenic trails through lush parkland at the Audubon Park to lagoon boating at Big Lake City Park to city-wide festivities and performances at Champions Square, the many beautiful parks of New Orleans have plenty to offer, including hiking, biking, fishing, food and refreshments, picnicking, and breathtaking gardens and views of the Mississippi River. New Orleans is also home to eight public golf courses and practice facilities for players of all skills.


New Orleans Attractions


Discover Life in New Orleans

Vibrancy, diversity, excitement, and opportunity are just the beginning of what New Orleans has to offer! It might be famous for its legendary nightlife, rich, history, and worldwide attractions, but New Orleans is much more than just a city for visitors and tourists. A thriving economy filled with business opportunity, a flourishing school district, and affordable homes make life in this great city truly remarkable.

Quick Facts

Population (2013): 378,715
Density: 2,097 people/square mile
Median Age: 35.4 years
Average Home Value (2013): $183,100
LA State Tax Rate: 5%
Jefferson Parish Tax Rate: 5%
Total Tax Rate: 10%

Top Employers

  • Louisiana State University Health
  • LSU Public Hospital
  • Tulane University
  • University of New Orleans
  • NASA
  • Acme Truck Line
  • Al Copeland Investments

Schools

District: New Orleans Public School System

Top Elementary: Lake Forest Elementary
Top Charter: Lusher Charter School
Top High: Benjamin Franklin High School


New Orleans Real Estate

Ready to find your home in the diverse and unique community of New Orleans? Don’t wait… contact Lori Hess today for more information on homes for sale and real estate in New Orleans.

Neighborhoods

$100,000 - $600,000
Quaint homes, plenty of things to do, and affordable living await in quiet Gentilly.
$50,000 - $300,000

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