Moving to New Orleans?
A Neighborhood for Every Lifestyle
Moving to New Orleans: Renting Vs. Buying
Quite frankly, there’s a lot to take in when moving to New Orleans. Renting gives newcomers an opportunity to get a feel for this one-of-a-kind city, as it slowly reveals age-old intrigues and offbeat charms. It’s also not uncommon for people to move from one neighborhood to another, as they evolve through different stages in life. Best of all, the city remains very affordable, with an average rent of only around $1,100, depending on the location. Learn more about renting in New Orleans.
When to Buy?
Every potential homebuyer arrives with a story: Maybe you’re moving to New Orleans to put down roots. Maybe you just need a little more elbow room. The agents at Liz Wood Realty can put it all in perspective. We haven’t just sold homes in the Greater New Orleans area; we’ve lived in and become a part of these distinct neighborhoods and cultures. That provides a unique perspective that goes beyond the usual expectations like establishing a price range. We help you strike the perfect blend of need, affordability and desire. Learn more about how much house you can afford.