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Nicole Aucoin
· December 16, 2014
Thank you so much for all that you have done for me over the last four years. I know that I wasn’t always the easiest client but you were always very patient and kind. I feel so blessed to have found and become not only your client but also your friend. I look forward to working with you in the future! See More
Olive Blossom
· January 5, 2015
My experience with Mark & Co was absolutely exceptional. Not only did Mark facilitate the purchase of my home and new business (I purchased a Bed and Breakfast) but he was invaluable in my cross-coun...try transition. I literally could not have done this without him! He knows everything about the market, and the many different neighborhoods in New Orleans. I was beyond thrilled with how smoothly everything went. Mark is professional, courteous, friendly, super-knowlegeable, and an all-around great guy. I cannot recommend him highly enough. See More
Christopher Raspino
· January 14, 2015
Great company. Amber did a wonderful job getting me to my closing with the best price and on time. I will recommend this company to any friend or family in need of an agent. Especially Amber.
Stephen Starnes
· January 5, 2015
Mark Boline helped me with finding my home 6 years ago and was very forward thinking in his process as he found the neighborhood that is coming back to life. He has continued to support me with my ren...tal property and is always available for advice. I definitely reccomend Mark if you are looking to relocate. See More
John Miller
· January 7, 2015
I used Mark several times to lease out my condo in the Warehouse District in New Orleans. He always finds someone quickly, and all I have to do is sign the lease. Highly recommend.
Patrick Niddrie
· January 14, 2015
Amber Guidry was so helpful. She made sure that I found the perfect place for my budget and checked up on me regularly to make sure everything was fine.
Megan Voebel Raspino
· January 14, 2015
Amber Guidry is a great broker. She is knowledgeable and very professional. We enjoyed working with this company and would recommend to others!
Kristen Adaline
· December 23, 2014
Great experience with Mark, he went above and beyond to make sure we found the perfect home. Thank you!
Constance Houck
June 17, 2012
If I were in the market for property in New Orleans, I would use Mark Boline. He is the real deal and will go the extra mile for you.
Shawna Manning McQuate
· December 23, 2014
Amazing professional!! Mark works hard for his clients and makes dreams come true.
Stevie Sullivan
· January 2, 2015
I had a great experience dealing with Mark. Thank you.
Open House tomorrow May 21st. 7601 Berg from 12pm-3pm. Come view this beautifully renovated New Orleans East home, 4 bedrooms and two full baths. #NOLArelo #neworleanseast #realtors #7601BERG

Beautiful new listing from my Top Producer, Julie Mabus.

Presented by Julie Mabus, Realtor

At the conclusion of Tidbit No. 1, the importance of newspaper research, below is this magnificent property. It is recently been taken over by the lending institution and has finally made it to the MLS. It would be my honor to help get this "Grand Dame" sold. She needs much repair, but the numbers should easily work for a rehabilitation as a single family with service quarters in the rear, either as a resale or home with investment income. Call me at 504 559 9904 and let's take a peak.

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Tidbit No. 1 on the importance of newspaper research continued. In May of 2015, attention was brought to the historic 924 Euterpe to save it from demolition, thank goodness.

"The Louisiana Landmarks Society put out its annual list of the most endangered sites on Thursday, including everything from private homes to an old railroad building and the city's entire riverfront."

"Among the homes in the Lower Garden District:...
924 Euterpe St. Built between 1860 and 1866, this Greek Revival doubled-galleried house exemplifies the architecture of the Lower Garden District. However, it suffered from severe lack of maintenance since 1980, despite numerous fines levied by the Historic District Landmarks Commission."

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Tidbit No. 1 continued. Jumping back several years, to January 1963, there were those who understood the importance of historical preservation of the Grace King House and 924 Euterpe.

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More on Tidbit No. 1. Continued research on 924 Euterpe revealed opposition to a March 1970 push to have the properties in the then Annunciation-Coliseum Block Association declared a historical preservation area.

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Tidbit No. 1 Continued. More historic newspaper research on 924 Euterpe from November of 1961 revealed the 1961 market value of the beautiful building at $14,500.

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Tidbit No 1. Continued. News paper research about 924 Euterpe revealed that, in 1948, Mr. Sam Tarbutton, 70 year old hot tamale vendor, living at 924 Euterpe, was hit by a taxicab as he pushed his cart down Prytania St.

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After you read Tidbit #1 on the importance of real estate research, enjoy some of these findings about a property at 924 Euterpe St.

In July of 1907, the Childress family hosted a fabulous watermelon party. At one point, the group repaired to the veranda and a prize was given to the one who acquired the most seeds

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Update on Saturday's Great Neighborhood Sellabration by the Preservation Resource Center. . .

Successful investing in real estate in New Orleans is a lot less less about luck and a great deal more about doing your homework. The city is replete with properties ranging from those begging for a bit of lipstick all the way to those needing a full tilt makeover. And the Sellabration provided the resources for doing that homework. So, over the next few days I am going to hand ...out little nuggets of information every investor needs to have in his or her little bag of tricks.

1ST Trick: History On Your Property

NO. 1 Go the one of the Public Libraries in NOLA and get a library card. It takes 5 minutes. There are over 10 in Orleans Parish alone. The beautiful Latter Branch on St. Charles should be opened next week for all you uptown readers.

NO. 2 Go the the library's website: At the Header Menu, click on Research and scroll down to Databases. (you need your library card to put in your number to access the databases).

NO. 3 This will take you to "Louisiana Library Connection". At the top of the page, to the far right, you will see "Enter Card #". Enter your library card number and hit "Log In". On the left hand column, find "Historic Times-Picayune" box. Click the box. It will take you to a new page labeled "Newsbank". To the right and at the bottom you will find a box that says "Times-Picayune Historical".

NO. 4 You have hit the search engine treasure trove. Just put in your keys word or words (e.g. the address of the property you are researching), and you will find information from the Times-Picayune, starting in 1837 and running through 1987.

NO. 5 If you want to find more current information, from 1988 to the present, go back to the "NewsBank" page (see above) and find Times-Picayune under America's News or America's News-Historical and Current. Click either Times-Picayune to find the search engine from 1988 to 2016.

NO. 6 Have fun searching. This will be your first "drill down level" in the search for information on your target property.

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Open House tomorrow May 21st. 7601 Berg from 12pm-3pm. Come view this beautifully renovated New Orleans East home, 4 bedrooms and two full baths. #NOLArelo #neworleanseast #realtors #7601BERG

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OPEN HOUSE TODAY 1005 Barracks 11-2pm #frenchquartercondo w/streetside balcony. 2 story, 2 baths, full renovation, pool $444K just in time for #frenchquarterfestival

March 2016 By: Adams and Reese LLP Patricia B. McMurray and Natalie K. Maples Property owners are required to pay property taxes, pursuant to Louisiana law. The nonpayment of property tax can result in tax sale of the property. REALTORS® should be aware of the

Tucked away in the Black Pearl sits precious condos. Closing on a unit for my dear clients. 2nd home for play. Sweet

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Open house at 4624 Danneel St. tomorrow from 11-1. Come by for a chocolate cookie and some glorious sunshine.

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