Category Archives: Real Estate Law

Projection: Retirees to alter the housin

Projection: Retirees to alter the housing market due to affluence, mobility, and family centric attitudes. http://ow.ly/fVvx300L9UK

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Single men are making at least 10% more

Single men are making at least 10% more off the sale of their real estate than single women. http://ow.ly/3AJa300L9rj

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Homebuying, not refinancing, drives mort

Homebuying, not refinancing, drives mortgage applications up 2.3% http://ow.ly/3gr1300C75t

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NORA to auction 65 properties across New

NORA to auction 65 properties across New Orleans http://ow.ly/40Wb300C7fS

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Real estate forum to focus on North Shor

Real estate forum to focus on North Shore outlook http://ow.ly/VKca300C6qY

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Looking to buy your first home? Check ou

Looking to buy your first home? Check out this guide. http://ow.ly/UlNm300xW0A

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Redevelopment, energy conservation lead

Redevelopment, energy conservation lead Green Coast Enterprises’ work http://ow.ly/Bvav300xwDC

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1031 Basics: How to Minimize Tax on Gains of Real Estate Investments

A 1031 exchange is a tool for investors to keep appreciation in their investments properties by deferring the payment of any taxable capital gains. The 1031 designation is the actual Internal Revenue Code article that contains provides the rules and … Continue reading

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Bakery Village, 15 new single family hom

Bakery Village, 15 new single family homes coming to the Irish Channel on the former site of Turnbull Bakery. http://ow.ly/8I83300vb7Y

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New Orleans sales last week. High of $1.

New Orleans sales last week. High of $1.53 million to a low of $26,000. Real estate remains hot in New Orleans. http://ow.ly/HOZT300uMPm

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