About the Metro New Orleans Area
City of New Orleans
Homes for Sale in New Orleans, LA by Price
Your Insider's Guide to Living in "The Big Easy"
While New Orleans is know for Bourbon Street, Mardi Gras, and its vibrant districts, residents know that life in "The Big Easy" is unlike anything else in the nation. Saturated with local culture, this area is filled with celebrations of the city's history and arts — including the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, Whitney White Linen Night, and the Tennessee Williams Literary Festival — yet is also a place where you can retreat into the Louisiana's natural beauty.
The Newest Listings for Sale in New Orleans
There’s an easier way to keep up with new listings in New Orleans. Save your searches, save favorite properties, and sign up for new listing alerts by creating your personal Property Organizer account today.
Why You'll Love Living in New Orleans
The Culture is Truly Unique
New Orleans is not a place. It's an experience. New Orleans is a vibrant city steeped in the legacy of jazz music and diverse cultures. This city is a true melting pot of languages and traditions that can be traced back to French, Spanish, Caribbean, and African settlers, and this diversity is why visitors and residents alike love this city. It's beyond compare. But to truly understand what living in New Orleans is like, you need to see it in person.
No Two Neighborhoods are Alike
The entire Metro New Orleans area is filled with one-of-a-kind neighborhoods, and the same is true for the city of New Orleans. The historic French Quarter displays timeless architecture and offers affordable condos, Uptown showcases southern charm with its oak-lined streets and historic houses, the Garden District is known for its Victorian-style homes, and the Warehouse District is filled with luxury condos in revitalized old buildings.
What Every New Orleans Resident Must Experience
New Orleans Festivals
There's more to New Orleans than Mardi Gras. Every month there is something going on, from the Allstate Sugar Bowl football game in January to the traditional Bonfires on the Levee in December.
Want to experience New Orleans's history? The streetcars are fantastic ways of touring the city and easily getting to your destination. New Orleans residents take the streetcars the same way residents of major cities take the bus.
New Orleans is a melting pot of language, traditions, and tastes, and eating at any of the city's restaurants is a must for any resident. Make sure you try Crescent City Brewhouse, The Pelican Club, and Gumbo Shop.
New Orleans Real Estate Information
New Orleans real estate is as diverse as its attractions, and you can find everything from upscale condominiums in the Warehouse District to single-family homes in Gabriel and magnificent mansions in Uptown New Orleans. To learn more about living in New Orleans or about available homes for sale, contact The Nugent Freeland Team, your insider's guide.
New Orleans Real Estate Resources
The multiple listing information is provided by the Gulf South Real Estate Information Network from a copyrighted compilation of listings. The compilation of listings and each individual listing are ©2017 Gulf South Real Estate Information Network. All Rights Reserved. The information provided is for consumers, personal, noncommercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. All properties are subject to prior sale or withdrawal. All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate, and should be independently verified.