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Fandole44, Home Buyer in New Orleans, LA
Fandole44 answered:
How safe is the French Quarter at night?
It's okay, but you may stick out like sore thumbs. You'd probably do best taking a 'pedi cab'. Cooler and cheaper than regular taxis and its a straight shot from Bourbon. After all th ... more
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Bruce Ailion, Real Estate Pro in Marietta, GA
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The Clouse T…, Real Estate Pro in New Orleans, LA
The Clouse Team answered:
is New Orleans a safe place to live..I know it's known for high crime,,however,I'm relocating from another state..I'd like to know the real deal there
Much like any other city New Orleans has it's fair share of crime, however, some areas of the city have less than others. As an officer told my mom over 45 years ago "watch y ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Apr 12, 2013 Crime & Safety in New Orleans
Ian Cockburn,…, Real Estate Pro in New Orleans, LA
Ian Cockburn, Broker answered:
Thinking about buying a second home in the Quarter but concerned about the crime which is a deterrent. Interested in feedback from residents.
The Quarter is part of a "security district" This means its residents pay a little extra to get additional police protection than other parts of the city. There are similar districts t ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jan 1, 2013 Crime & Safety in French Quarter
Lisa Heindel, Real Estate Pro in New Orleans, LA
Lisa Heindel answered:
safety in this area as far as living there
The city has crime stats on their website (http://www.nola.gov/government/nopd/crime-maps/). Additionally, you can call and talk to the police district quality of life officer to get a ... more
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Ian Cockburn,…, Real Estate Pro in New Orleans, LA
Ian Cockburn, Broker answered:
does anyone know much about the area around Royal & Marigny streets? Would it be unwise for me, a mid-20's?
It depends on you, your lifestyle such as when and where you work and play, where you came from and what you enjoy. This area has alot of artsy folks but is quite a mix of artsy to mov ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Apr 8, 2012 Crime & Safety in New Orleans
Ian Cockburn,…, Real Estate Pro in New Orleans, LA
Ian Cockburn, Broker answered:
I am moving to New Orleans in the spring. I have a old cat and a medium sized dog. Other than tht it is just me. I am a chef and have my one transport
Cats are not much of a problem...dogs are. Alot depends on where you want to live and what you are willing to pay for being close to work, etc.

Remember if a landlord accepts a dog, ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Apr 8, 2012 Crime & Safety in New Orleans
Ian Cockburn,…, Real Estate Pro in New Orleans, LA
Ian Cockburn, Broker answered:
What is the numbers for the crime?
How to "evaluate" crime in a place in New Orleans:
1) Take whatever anyone says including the news as a grain of salt
2) Cut back on salt
3) Go to the neighbourhood you are thinking ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Apr 8, 2012 Crime & Safety in New Orleans
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