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As the largest city in Louisiana, New Orleans needs little introduction. Whether you come for the food, culture or history, the metropolitan area offers a number of available homes, apartments and condos for anyone looking to buy. Three and four bedrooms homes are easily found on the market and serve as a perfect next step for growing families. The sprawling metropolis straddles the Mississippi River, which gives you the option of a water front property. If you want to live in the middle of the city or in the suburbs, the perfect home is waiting for you in New Orleans.

Located in close proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, New Orleans is one of the largest port cities in the United States and the world. Many tons of valuable cargo enter and leave the region on a daily basis. As a result, the area is home to many shipping related businesses such as those involved with shipbuilding, logistics, commodity brokerage and freight forwarding. Additionally, many oil rigs lie just off the city’s shoreline. The state ranks fifth in the United States for oil production and eighth in reserves. The Fortune 500 company Entergy is also based in New Orleans. The state’s economy yields plenty of job opportunity thanks to the strength of local port, shipping and oil industries.

New Orleans is famous for its booming tourism and nightlife. If you want to study up on United States and local history, visit the French Quarter. This district has been given the designation of a National Historic Landmark. You can also stop by Magazine Street for boutique and antique shopping. The renowned Tulane and Loyola Universities can be found on St. Charles Avenue. If you are looking for a party, try Boubon Street for the notorious nightlife. Do not forget to take in the rich music and performing arts scene found in New Orleans. Annually, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival pays homage to the musical movements that began in the area. Of course, you can’t forget the food! New Orleans is famous for its distinctive and influential cuisine. Enjoy a combination of traditional French dishes combined with the local creole recipes. If you truly want to have something to do everyday, New Orleans is the city for you. The metropolis is rich with history and entertainment. At first, the city will feel exotic and other worldly, but after you settle in, the fun hustle and bustle will feel like home. Take advantage of the southern hospitality and the lovely mix of ideals, music and cultures.

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