by Middleton O’Malley

What’s driving the demand for Uptown real estate? 

Why is this happening 

* The value area that offers almost all of what Uptown has to offer but at a lower price, is the University Carrollton section of Uptown.  

Buying A Home In Uptown?   What buyers in demand areas need to do to be competitive 
Tip: Overpricing a home generally results in getting less at sale than if it had been priced correctly in the first place.
A final comment…Over a dinner with a prominent New Orleans real estate agent, we discussed the increase in Uptown real estate prices.  His prediction… “Uptown price escalation will see no immediate end and ultimately, prices will approach NYC-like numbers”. Another prominent broker for one of the largest agencies in the city shares his opinion. While it is true that price escalation has tapered off to a duller roar compared to prior meteoric increases, high demand continues, prices are stable, and inventory remains relatively low.
Along with our associates, we are able to help you get the best deal, and make every effort to insure that you get the house you want in any section of the city.  If you lose a house, it means someone else has won. We are here to help you win.

Mary Margaret Kean, Realtor


Middleton O’Malley, Realtor


SRES (55+ Specialist), GREEN (Sustainable Building Practices),

ABR (Accredited Buyers Rep), GRI (Graduate Realtor Institute)

Coldwell Banker, TEC Realtors


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New Orleans, LA  70115 USA

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