New Orleans, LA Homes For Sale & Real Estate

$75,000
  • 5bd
  • 3ba
  • 2,000 sqft

3204 2nd St

Central City, New Orleans, LA
  • New
$130,000
  • 3bd
  • 2ba
  • 1,218 sqft

2314 Annette St

Seventh Ward, New Orleans, LA
  • New
$89,900
  • 3bd
  • 2ba
  • 1,400 sqft

8025 Curran Blvd

Little Woods, New Orleans, LA
$225,000
  • 4bd
  • 2ba

612 14 Belleville St

Algiers Point, New Orleans, LA
$56,000
  • 3bd
  • 3ba
  • 1,785 sqft

2416 Louisa St

Florida Area, New Orleans, LA
$68,500
  • 2bd
  • 1ba
  • 1,152 sqft

8719 Olive St

Holly Grove, New Orleans, LA
$72,500
  • 2bd
  • 2ba
  • 1,644 sqft

821-823 Sumner St

U. S. Naval Base, New Orleans, LA
$115,000
  • 3bd
  • 1,621 sqft

2718 New York St

Milneburg, New Orleans, LA
$160,000
  • 2,200 sqft

1659 Pleasure St

Dillards, New Orleans, LA
$109,000
  • 4bd
  • 1,380 sqft

2620 Philip St #22

Central City, New Orleans, LA
$265,000
  • 1bd
  • 1ba
  • 1,040 sqft

1750 Saint Charles Ave #622

Lower Garden District, New Orleans, LA
$95,000
  • 3bd
  • 2ba
  • 1,485 sqft

6724 Brunswick Ct

New Aurora - English Turn, New Orleans, LA
$115,000
  • 4bd
  • 2ba
  • 1,525 sqft

1313 Congress St

St. Claude, New Orleans, LA
$185,000
  • 2,326 sqft

1912 Desire St #14

St. Claude, New Orleans, LA
$529,000
  • 8bd
  • 3ba
  • 2,807 sqft

1214 N Johnson St

Treme - Lafitte, New Orleans, LA
$149,995
  • 4bd
  • 2ba
  • 2,450 sqft

4630 Wilson Ave

Plum Orchard, New Orleans, LA
$165,000
  • 6bd
  • 3ba
  • 2,985 sqft

7318 Alabama St

Little Woods, New Orleans, LA
$389,000
  • 2,880 sqft

1963 N Galvez St

Seventh Ward, New Orleans, LA
$475,000
  • 5bd
  • 6ba
  • 3,649 sqft

3228 30 Palmyra St

Bayou St. John, New Orleans, LA
$89,000
  • 1bd
  • 1ba
  • 668 sqft

2615 S Carrollton Ave

Marleyville - Fontainbleau, New Orleans, LA
$135,000
  • 3bd
  • 1ba
  • 1,388 sqft

1818 Arts St

St. Roch, New Orleans, LA
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New Orleans, LA Real Estate Insights

New Orleans is widely famous for Mardi Gras, due to the city's deep roots in French colonial settlement by the explorer Jean Baptiste Le Moyne Sieur de Bienville. Before Bienville established New Orleans in 1718, Bienville actually celebrated the first American Mardi Gras in Fort Louis de la Mobile in 1703. It wasn't until the 1730s that Bienville brought Mardi Gras celebrations to NOLA, without the parades and carnivals celebrated today. Louisiana's governor, the Marquis de Vaudreuil, introduced sophisticated society balls in 1740 that helped inspire modern day celebrations. Today, NOLA is referred to one of the U.S.' most unique urban centers, and a cultural mecca that tops travelers' bucket-lists around the world.
But what about the people of NOLA? Although it may feel bigger during it's city-wide festivals, New Orleans is comprised of 343,829 people, with a median age of37. And while rent prices may skyrocket during Mardi Gras, home prices are relatively reasonable, albeit increasing. The average list price in 2015 was $298,241, a 38.19 percent rise year-over-year. Number of homes for sale increased slightly year-over-year by 3.78 percent, from 952 to 988 listings, allowing buyers more wiggle room in their searches. As is evident in the bustling downtown scene and number of visitors each year, Trulia gives NOLA a 6 out of 6 rank for arts, nightlife, restaurants and cafes throughout the city.