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NEW ORLEANS REALTOR SARAH MARTZOLF INTRODUCES THE MARTZOLF GROUP NEW ORLEANS, LA, February 14, 2017 — Sarah Martzolf, of Keller Williams Realty New Orleans, has joined forces with realtors Hayley Bumpas and Kristen Nelson to form The Martzolf Group. The group will represent buyers, sellers, and developers, with services… Read More

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New Orleans Short-Term Rental Rules Now Posted Online BY 12-29-16 NEW ORLEANS – The Short-Term Rental Administration, a division of the Department of Safety and Permits responsible for licensing of short-term rental facilities and enforcement of the standards regulating their operation, has posted new guidelines online. They… Read More

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One of the things I both love and loathe about historic homes are the windows. They are extremely charming, constructed of beautifully milled hard wood and often have 100+ year old sagging glass. I love the historic look as well as the sound of the weights jingling against the… Read More

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This past Friday, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt sold their New Orleans homes for $4.9 million nearly 1.5 years after it was originally listed. So, how did how get to this point? The three-story French Quarter mansion, sizing up to five bedrooms, three bathrooms and two-half bathrooms, encompassing 7,645 square… Read More

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In addition to our food, and music, one of the main things New Orleans is known for is our architecture. When designing the shutters for my upcoming renovations I didn’t have to look too far for some design inspiration. New Orleans is home to a wide variety of styles and… Read More

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Thanks for the shout out City Business! Ones to Watch: Real Estate By: Valerie Huntley, Market Research/Reporter October 13, 2016 Sarah Martzolf realtor Keller Williams Realty Sarah Martzolf, as a realtor and historic homes specialist, has been helping buyers and sellers in the New… Read More

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FEMA releases New Flood maps! FEMA‘s new flood insurance maps for New Orleans take effect Friday (Sept. 30). Mayor Mitch Landrieu‘s office said the update could save hundreds of dollars for many property owners. About 53 percent of all properties have removed from special flood hazard A zones and reclassified… Read More

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It’s Magazine Street’s biggest event of the year! Each Fall we kick off the start of the New Orleans Arts season with music, wine, gallery openings, and shopping. Come down to Magazine Street for a night of gallery hopping and shopping. Skip driving to AFAS and ride… Read More

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I found this house at 2218 Delachaise as it is across the street from another property I am renovating, 2221 Delachaise. The house sadly caught on fire, thankfully, neither the owner nor her family were home. After starting the renovation we realized the damage was more extensive than we… Read More

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“Victorian,” in the strictest sense, refers to the years of Queen Victoria’s lengthy reign over the United Kingdom, 1837 to 1901. By extension, it implies the society, mores and tastes of that period. In New Orleans and elsewhere, however, the adjective usually describes architecture, particularly the building styles of the… Read More