Clint LaCour's Blog Posts

NOT LISTED ON ZILLOW 4219 Loylola Ave

COMING SOON!!! To be listed at the end of the week!We go this one Under Contract in 24 hours w/ 4 offers and over asking. Click the link below to get the value of your home.http:/

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New Listing Lakeview Double 6216 Louisville St

Open this Sunday 05/21/2017 from 3:30 - 5:30 come by and take a look!!Click Here for the Listing Location Location Location just a block from Harrison this little double is perfect for the

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The Bywater New Orleans

Curious about the Bywater Neighborhood?Check out this great video by GoNOLA.com. Below the video is a link to the available listings in the Bywater updated.

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White Linen Night New Orleans

White Linen Night is just around the corner, this Saturday, August 2nd. It’s a night inspired by the tradition of wearing white to break the extreme summer heat and bringing together locals to

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WOB Coming Soon To New Orleans

The Florida based craft beer bar, World of Beer, is in the works for two locations in New Orleans. According to GNO Real Estate News, the locations will be 4100 Veterans Blvd. next to Clearview

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Friday At Noma

In a city that continuously has a revolving door of activities it can be easy to miss some of the cities staples. FridayNights at the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) is one that

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New Orleans Has Been Named The Most Live Able City

New Orleans has been named the most live able city:We all love New Orleans for a variety of reasons. We have food, culture, art, music, history, “to geaux” cups, amongst other things but now we

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New Listing 5319 Constance Street

Fabulous all-new construction home in Prime Uptown location. 4bdrms, 3.5 bths, 1 blk to the heart of Magazine & Uptown parade rte. This home has it all: off-street parking, ss Jenn-air,

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Just Listed 3405 Laurel Street New Orleans LA 70115

Just listed a great home uptown only 2 blocks from and amazing strip of magazine street. Its a cute Victorian Bracket style cottage, this 3Bedroom 2Bath home will not disappoint with 12ft

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New Construction And A New New Orleans

Have you noticed all the new construction happening around New Orleans? Every road your turn down or have to detour through has a project taking place. The most talked about projects have been the

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First Time Home Buyers

Every Wednesday our office has a weekly meeting, and yesterday's topic of discussion was first time home buyers.  I was eager to hear input and advice from other realtors because buying a

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Eleven Commandments When Buying A Home

Eleven Commandments When Buying A Home in New Orleans, LA Thou shalt NOT change jobs, become self-employed or quit your job.Thou shalt NOT buy a car, truck or van - or you may be living in it

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New Orleans Market Update January 2014

New Orleans Real Estate Market We like to celebrate things, here in New Orleans. Food, holidays, sunny days, music, life, more food, more holidays, more sunny days ... We have a few more things

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How I Feel About Wood Paneling

Thought you all would enjoy this interpretation of what's going through my mind when walking through some homes with wood paneling...... all joking aside modern wood paneling can actually

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New Orleans The City Of Iron Lace

Decorative cast iron is undoubtedly one of New Orleans’ defining characteristics. It’s everywhere; on balconies, verandas, gates, fences, stairways, lamps. If you snap a photo anywhere on the

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The Cabildo

In 1803, the Louisiana Purchase nearly doubled the size of the United States. It was a bloodless act that transferred a huge tract of land, including the City of New Orleans, from French colonial

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The Four Seasons Of NOLA

The Four Seasons of NOLASpring, summer, fall, winter—the basic four seasons of both nature and Vivaldi. Here in New Orleans, we make a convincing argument that they should be renamed: Crawfish,

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New Orleans Architecture Shotgun

Why Is It Called a "SHOTGUN" ANYWAY?In most parts of the country, when you say “shotgun” people think of firearms. Here in New Orleans, we think of a type of house that can be found in every

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New Orleans Open House Schedule For December 15th

Even though the holidays are approaching, New Orleans Real Estate isn't slowing down. See below for a list of open houses for December 15th.Can't make this Sunday for the open house?Call me for a

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Creole Architecture

Creole Architecture - No, It's Not CajunLet’s blame in on Emeril. Like Ricky Martin and the Latin invasion in music, Emeril Lagasse can be credited with helping to kick off the wide (and ever

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Staying Fit The Big Easy Way

Why do tourists come to New Orleans? They come for the food, right? Of course there’s the music, the culture, the architecture, and the festivals, but in the end it really all comes down to

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Homes For Sale In Zip 70118

Hi Y'all,Here is a link to ALL available homes in zip code 70118, this site is updated hourly, so check back regularly. click below for all available homes in

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Who Needs Snow

Who Needs Snow? The Holiday Season, NOLA-StyleThe holiday season is the time to revel in a winter wonderland. Here in New Orleans we may have more palm trees than evergreens, but that doesn’t

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Beyond Wrought Iron And Oak Trees

Beyond Wrought Iron and Oak TreesWe may be famous for our shotgun houses and Creole townhomes here in New Orleans, but among our most recent architectural achievements is the renovation and re

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New Orleans Open House Times For November 24th

Check out the list below for New Orleans open house times. Click on the address to get additional property information. Can't make the open house? I can schedule a private showing just for you

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Fixing The Future By Preserving The Past

Fixing the Future by Preserving the PastMost urban centers in the US have been in a steady decline since the end of World War II. Returning veterans chose to move with their families to quieter

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The New Orleans Fringe Festival

Want to try something new? The New Orleans Fringe Festival is starting Wednesday November 20th. What is the Fringe Festival? It’s a festival of dramas, musicals, circus arts, freak show acts,

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Yo Ho Ho Ing In NOLA

Yo Ho Ho'ing in NOLABy their very nature, pirates are an itinerant group. They really aren’t likely to settle down and plant rose bushes in the yard. That being said, here in New Orleans we

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Red Bean Mondays

Mondays were historically laundry days in old New Orleans, and that meant red beans for dinner. They could simmer away all day unattended while homemakers tended to the wash. Fortunately, we’ve

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New Orleans Open House Schedule For November 10th 2013

Check out the list of open houses for November 10th 2013. These homes are located in Lakeview, Carrollton/University, Uptown, and Garden District. The weather should be perfect for viewing&

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New Orleans Creole Cottages

Most cities have some sort of signature architecture, but here in New Orleans our signature is the eclectic mix of architecture on our streets. This week we’ll take a look at the Creole Cottage,

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New Orleans Real Estate Past 3 Months Snap Shot

What happened in the past 3 months (Aug through Oct) with New Orleans Real Estate:Historic Areas: Median Price (sold): $372,000, Average Days on the Market 25.92, Homes Sold: 36.All New:

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The Outlet Collection At Riverwalk New Orleans

New Orleans Riverwalk announces retailers for its 2014 re-opening and the transformation can’t come soon enough. Sprawling across the Mississippi shoreline, the renovated Riverwalk will be

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The Bright Lights Of New Orleans

The Bright Lights Of New OrleansNew Orleans is a showcase of architectural styles and history, and one of the best ways to immerse yourself in it is to take a guided tour of a specific

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New Orleans Citrus Coming Soon

When you mention orange trees, most people are likely to think of Florida, not New Orleans. Truth be told, Louisiana is a great place to grow your own citrus, and René Schmit of the Louisiana

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Cooking In New Orleans

Nothing says New Orleans like some good, old fashion Creole cooking, and this recipe from the Times-Picayune cookbook, ‘Cooking up a Storm’, really gets back to our roots. Gumbo has been an

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New Orleans LA Homes For Sale

Click the link below for the most comprehensive list of available homes for sale in New Orleans, LA. Click Here for the most updated list of homes for sale in New.

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Credit Myths For New Orleans

Credit Myths for New Orleans HomebuyersWhen you’re considering buying a home here in New Orleans or anywhere else for that matter, your credit history automatically becomes a part of the equation.

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New Orleans Boo Carre

New Orleans’ Boo CarréHere in New Orleans, there is a soupçon of, well, what shall we call it? Perhaps “the darker side of life” is a good description. Given the Halloween season, now is the

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Houses For Sale In 70115 Uptown New Orleans

For a complete and updated list of homes for sale in area code 70115 click the link below.Click Here for and updated list of homes for sale in 70115 area code.;

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New Orleans Gets Ready For The Bayou Blues Festival

When you think of New Orleans, certain images come to mind: elaborate ironwork in the Quarter, crayfish bubbling away in a pot, po’ boys nestled next to a mound of dirty fries, and most of all,

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New Orleans Warehouse District Soaring

The future is upon us and it looks like our past will be buried in the high-rises that are under construction. My idea of the Warehouse district is a cool reminder of what this city once was, but

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New Orleans Downtown Living Apartments Coming Soon

New apartment buildings are already built, but the interior construction is now taking place. 100 Elk This building will feature 100 luxury 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments. There will be 7

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Historic Landmarks Commission Of New Orleans

The Historic District Landmarks Commission (HDLC) is what governs the neighborhoods outside the French Quarter when it comes to any work/changes to an exterior of a building. Many people wonder why

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New Orleans Renovation Wave

Here’s the deal, you want to renovate a home and you have never done it before. Sounds like a great idea in your head, but when you put it down on paper the task can be a little more time

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New Orleans Magazine Street Still Shopping Still Eating

Exciting changes are underway for Magazine Street, starting with a new furniture store and a restaurant that is already causing quite a stir. The domino effect starts with the Bamboo Spa closing

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New Orleans And Halloween A Perfect Match

It’s that time of year, the time when everyone should be brainstorming for the most unique costume idea. Now Halloween is about 80 days away, so that should give you enough time to YouTube how

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The RiverWalk Is Coming Back

What would it take to get you to drive downtown to go shopping at the RiverWalk? From what I heard, it would boil down to retailer selection and accessible parking. The RiverWalk downtown is a sad

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New Orleans Vietnamese Please

I never noticed the amount of Vietnamese restaurants in New Orleans, until I started eating Vietnamese food.  In my neighborhood, Lower Garden District, there are 2 within a few blocks of

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New Orleans Tax Rolls Now Open

Why do we have property assessments? We have them because we want to be taxed based on the “fair” value of our property. This assessment will be based on comparable sales or market value. In

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Wear Your Red Dress But Keep Your Heels At Home

The Red Dress RunIt’s just around the corner, that day where anyone can get away wearing a red dress. On August 10, 2013 the Red Dress Run will start at 9:30am and go on till 5:00pm or how ever

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New Orleans Home Series Italianate Camelback

I want to be able to walk you through the different styles of homes in New Orleans, point out the details, and find out what makes that one special.  As I started reading about the different

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New Orleans Out With The Old And In With Everything

Remember the buzz around the old New Orleans Sewell Cadillac dealership turning into the Rouses market downtown a couple years ago? It brought that block back to life and is consistently

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New Orleans Jackson Ave Luxury Hospital Living

Many things (some not so nice) come to mind when you hear someone say they are moving off Jackson Ave near Tchoupitoulas. This is expected if you haven't been over there in the past year or so. I

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Mid City New Orleans A Shopping Destination

Great news for the people that live in the Mid-City area with new shopping plaza opening July 31st. The turn around of a run down shopping center and car dealership has been reborn into a

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LSU Tigers Baseball Team Make It To College World Series

The LSU Tigers Baseball team has done it again; they have made it to the College World Series in Omaha. Buoyed by veteran head coach, Paul Mainieri, who has coached baseball for 31 years and has a

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Developers Lay Out Three Options For New Orleans World Trade Center

You may have noticed a great deal of buzz on Facebook, on New Orleans news shows, in local print, and also online regarding proposals for the future of New Orleans’ World Trade Center

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Saenger Theatre To Reopen This Fall 2013

Saenger Theatre undergoing makeover in time for Fall opening.One of New Orleans’ best landmarks is set to be freshly restored in time for a medley of Broadway’s biggest hits beginning this Fall.

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NOLAs Costco Set To Create Over 150 New Jobs

The development of New Orleans’ first big-box retail store, Costco, is speeding to completion for its mid-August opening. Major progress can be witnessed daily at the construction site that once

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Long Anticipated St Roch Market Set To Open In Marigny Bywater

The long wait for the revitalization of the once-popular St. Roch Market in Marigny / Bywater is almost over. The historic market damaged by the floodwaters of Hurricane Katrina has underwent a $3

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Dawn Of Planet Of The Apes Takes Over New Orleans CBD

You may have noticed all the hustle and bustle at the intersection of Common/Tulane and N. Rampart, with what appears to be an ongoing major construction project. The unused and eyesore space on

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New Orleans Mayor Describes Plan To Build A City For The Ages

New Orleans mayor describes plan to build “a city for the ages” NOLA’s Mayor, Mitch Landrieu, gave his annual State of the City address on Tuesday, May 7, 2013, outlining a large list of

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How To Estimate Your Property Taxes

When buying a home, it’s always wise to take into account what the property taxes will be. Calculating property taxes is fairly simple. The Orleans Parish Millage Rates for 2013

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New Orleans Jazz Fest 2013

All it took was handing a microphone to Mahalia Jackson (arguably the greatest gospel singer), the Eureka Brass Band, and a crowd of second line revelers to create a spirit-filled party and

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New Orleans Architecture Series Eastlake Style

New Orleans Architecture Series: Eastlake Style Eastlake Style One of the most prevalent styles of architecture throughout New Orleans is the Eastlake Style. The style covers 1880-1905, and is

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Keller Williams New Orleans Tops List for Marketshare

Keller Williams Realty New Orleans ranks #1 for Marketshare for NOLA The first months of 2013 have been dominated by Keller-Williams Realty New Orleans' sales success. The brokerage came in first

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New Orleans Architecture Series Greek Revival

Greek Revival Greek Revivalism became very popular in New Orleans in the mid 1800’s. The style of homes became a central part of the makeup of neighborhoods like the Garden/Lower Garden

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Interest Rates Creeping Upwards

Now Is the Time to Buy Before Rates Trend any Higher!!! So we all love it when rates are low and the market's hot, right???? Well, thankfully our market stays hot......but rates are trending up. If

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New Orleans Architecture Series Creole Cottage

KNOW NEW ORLEANS’ CLASSIC ARCHITECTURAL HOME STYLES Creole Cottage One of the classic architectural styles for homes in New Orleans is the Creole Cottage. This style of home, popular from

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New Orleans Agent Opens Skin Cancer Foundation

Hi There and Welcome to the BLOG!  I am thrilled to announce that what was once just a dream of mine has now become a reality….   Skin Cancer Awareness Foundation Holds 

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New Orleans Named Most Stylish City

That's Right! Southern Living Magazine's  March 2013 Issue named New Orleans, LA one of the South's Most Stylish Cities. The article points out the Faubourg Marigny and Bywater neighborhoods

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NewCity Neighborhood Partnership Investing Billions

NEWCITY Neighborhood Partnership announces 4.2 Billion in Development     Behold the resurgence of New Orleans. NEWCITY Neighborhood Partnership, a coalition of over 70 stakeholders

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KW Number One Real Estate Company in USA

Good news keeps rolling in for the Keller Williams Realty brand as the company takes the status of #1 Real Estate Company by Agent Count in the US. The latest report comes just after the company was

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DiscoverNewOrleansHomes revamps website for 2013

DiscoverNewOrleansHomes.com  revamps website for 2013 With the new year, comes a new look for the best website for real estate in the New Orleans area. Fresh for 2013, DiscoverNewOrleansHomes

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Owning a Vacation Condo in New Orleans

Since the infamous win by the Saints in Super Bowl XLIV in 2009-10, one could argue that there has not been a time when New Orleans has seemed as electric as it was last Sunday when it hosted Super

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