The Fourth will start the celebration early this year. There will be a lot of activities throughout the Greater New Orleans area. Music festivals, picnics, activities for children, and of course, fireworks. A fun holiday for family and friends to get together. To see the activities and events in your area, check out this web site: https://www.theadvocate.com/new_orleans/entertainment_life/article_eef4b6da-74cc-11e8-a039-2b4c437f82a5.html Celebrate!!
Ride the Algiers Ferry and take in the view of the Mississippi, the city and arrive in Historic Algiers. Explore the neighborhoods of the wood houses with Victorian embellishment. Check out the relaxed neighborhoods, history, and music. Cross the water and enjoy. For more information check out the website for hours of the Ferry. www.norta.com/Maps-Schedules/New-Orleans-Ferry
We want to welcome Catherine Noel Eppling, Realtor, to the Revolution Realty Team. Catherine was raised on the Northshore, and quite familiar with all St. Tammany Parish. She knows the ins, outs and whereabouts of this area. Catherine is your go-to expert! She received her Real Estate license in 2005, and has helped many long time residents pack up their family home, sell it, and downsize to a more comfortable environment. She is admired and known in the area for her professionalism and has many repeat clients. Looking for a home in the Northshore? Call or text Catherine, 985.807.4238.
There is so much culture, history, architecture and beauty in New Orleans Historic Homes. The stately mansions, country homes, and the famous shotguns are a part of the city that sets it aside from others. Take a tour of the many properties with their gardens, crepe myrtles, magnolias and oak trees and take in the history of New Orleans streets. Famous Arthurs, Actors, Musicians, from the past and present have fallen in love with the city and its uniqueness. Research the history of the homes, there is a story that I do not think you will want to miss.
Prior to getting ready for a big move, do an inventory to see what you want to keep, give a way, donate, etc. You do not want to waste the time, money, and energy to pack and move items that you no longer need and want. When packing boxes, make sure you have the heavier items such as books in smaller boxes that are easier to carry and handle. The heavy boxes are stored on the bottom and lighter boxes on top. For your fragile items, make sure you have enough packing material and mark fragile on top and sides where it is visible.
Looking to move to the Northshore? Revolution Realty has some properties that you do not want to miss out on. In Mandeville, 153 Acadian Ln, 4 BDR/3.5 BTH home is waiting for you with a private sanctuary type backyard that backs to the woods. Looking for land in Mandeville to build your own home, you will want to look at the lot on Lakeshore Drive. A must see is the beautiful 4 BDR/3.5 BTH home in Downtown Covington at 109 W 9th Avenue, and another residential property in Covington is located at 176 Bertel Drive. This home has a huge master bedroom with a walk in shower and corner tub spa.
Do Not Miss this Father's Day Open House in Old Metairie! Take a tour of this Stunning Custom Modern 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths Arts and Crafts, 311 Homestead Avenue on Sunday, 1 pm - 3 pm. Pristine condition, Prime location. This home was designed by architect Harry "Hank" Baker Smith. Open floor plan, great for entertaining. The master is on the first floor. This custom home has it all from geothermal a/c, recirculating hot water system, soaring high ceilings, and amazing outdoor space which is beautifully landscaped including lighting and watering system.
On the Broker Tour, Wednesday, June 13 from noon to 3 pm in Downtown Covington, you are in for a treat. When you visit three fabulous homes, you will have a chance to win $150.00 by entering the drawing sponsored by Ace Mortgage and Ava Herbert Title, LLC. You will not be disappointed to see 109 W. 9th Ave., Rosalind Caire Murr, Realtor, Revolution Realty, 1003 S. Madison St., Allison Vencil, Realtor, Watermark Realty, and 1004 S. Madison St. Brent Cordell, Realtor, Keller Williams. Enjoy the day with fellow realtors. Good Luck!
Buying your first home is very exciting. You have a down payment set aside and now you are ready. Find a good realtor to help and guide you through the process. Be realistic in finding your dream home; buy what you can afford or less. Instead of looking for the glam that you see on all the television shows, look to buy a solid home with a new roof, new HVAC, new insulation, plumbing, and new water heater. You can add the paint and glam later.
Get ready for tomorrow's broker tour. Going to the open houses gives you the perfect opportunity to see the real estate for yourself. Knowledge of the market can help you with your listings and your clients. Have lunch with your colleagues, share with each other. It will be a great experience. Enjoy it.