Heather Shields Joins the Team

Heather Shields REALTOR

Welcoming Heather Shields to the West Bank Living crew Moving to New Orleans in 2009, Heather Shields fell in love with the different architectural styles and community pride in the faubourgs’ of New Orleans. She spent the first few months getting lost in neighborhoods and meeting the residents that made […] Read more »

2 West Bank REALTORS Join the Team

west bank living team members

West Bank Living Team Growing Despite our Uptown office location, we’re West Bankers at heart. That’s why we’re so excited to have two new agents joining the ranks of the West Bank Living team this month! Brittney Bruskotter Gross A Belle Chasse resident, Brittney grew up on the West Bank […] Read more »

Are Backyard Chickens Legal?

backyard chickens

  Are backyard chickens legal on the West Bank? With the focus on eating organic and natural, plenty of folks are deciding to keep backyard chickens as their fresh egg source. (Although why they wouldn’t just grab fresh eggs at the farmer’s market is beyond us). But are the backyard […] Read more »

New Algiers Ferry Hours Start October 12, 2015

Algiers/Canal Street ferry landing

Temporary Extension to Algiers Ferry Hours Good news for Algiers Point businesses – ferry hours will be extended on a trial basis from 10/12/15 through Mardi Gras 2016. New Canal Street to Algiers ferry schedule Mon-Thurs 6am-9:45pm Friday 6am-11:45pm Saturday 10:30am-11:45pm Sunday 10:30am – 9:45 pm Boats leave the West […] Read more »

What I Learned in Real Estate This Week | 3/30/2012

Just some random musings about things I learned this week, some New Orleans real estate related, some not…. Negative feedback from a showing doesn’t always mean that a buyer won’t make an offer Green bean seeds sprout in less than a week Some agents don’t hesitate to have their clients […] Read more »

Put a Little Color in Your Life

New Orleans architecture

When people think of New Orleans architecture, their minds typically wander to the French and Spanish influences that can found in the older parts of the city.  Wrought iron railings, cobblestones and alleys and thick brick walls surrounding courtyards are common images. But there are other influences that you’ll find […] Read more »

A New Chapter

Terri and I have had a great run at Keller Williams.  Over the last 3 years, we’ve worked out the bugs of being a team, learned to let each other handle the things we do best and figured out how not to step on the toes of our partners. During […] Read more »

You Are Wrong About New Orleans, Mr. Galveston

New Orleans

Facebook is a funny place.  People say things there that I don’t believe they would ever say to someone’s face, forgetting that they have friends reading that may take offense to some of their comments.  It might be the ones who let fly with a racist comment or joke.  It […] Read more »