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Market news and stats, my New Orleans journey, helpful advice, and stuff I just find funny
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“Your home is the biggest investment you’ll ever make.” Next to, “Location, location, location…” it’s the most overplayed, old-school real estate cliche there is. It’s also true for most of us, but it’s treated so differently than your other investments. If you have a 401K or any other investment account, you can log into your portal...

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Many of us take note of Veterans Day because banks are closed and we don’t get mail. We carefully word a social media post expressing our gratitude to those who have served in the military and then move on with our day off. For some reason, last year was different for me, and I’m grateful that it was....

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Somehow, some way, it’s been six months since Mindy and I rolled into the Bywater. The schedule we laid out at the beginning of 2020 was solid. We’d arrive in late March or early April, make our initial push to unpack and set up, with breaks for Easter parades and French Quarter Fest. Then, we’d...

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We’re expecting unprecedented voter turnout in the upcoming election. That’s great for democracy, but there’s concern polling locations could be overwhelmed on Election Day itself. Fortunately, there’s an alternative for Orleans Parish residents that promises to provide plenty of room to distance and stay safe. The Pelicans announced that Smoothie King Center will be an...

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Times are about to get a lot harder for too many of our fellow New Orleanians. In late July, the last of the eviction protections expired in Louisiana. By law, landlords have to give tenants 30 days notice before commencing eviction procedures. and that notice will expire for many renters next week. Early indications look...

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It’s a big, beautiful world. (If you’re reading all the way down here, you deserve some positivity.)

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