Learn more about homes in New Orleans, LA

About New Orleans Louisiana

New Orleans is undergoing a profound renaissance, as even parts of the Lower Ninth Ward are reopening for a growing population. Today, the housing market is considered by many experts in the field to represent a major growth opportunity for dedicated investors. The principal reason is its enduring ties to a bygone architectural era some consider the South's Golden Age.

Founded in 1718 long before our own Constitution was drafted, New Orleans has always represented America's richest mix of French and Spanish influences. The 18th century saw 40 years of Spanish rule, followed by another few years under the thumb of Napoleon. The Louisiana Purchase finally brought this part of the nation under our flag, but not before a number of dazzling buildings and the birth of Creole culture left their mark on this landscape forever.

At the turn of the 20th century, New Orleans led the charge into the Big Band Era and thence to the birth of jazz. Head into the French Quarter today and you may still be met with Spanish buildings, soaring mansions and the kind of soulful music that makes this neighborhood one of America's most distinctive. No wonder New Orleans has long been considered one of the great cultural hubs of the South.

Today New Orleans is on the rise again, and the real estate opportunities have never been more promising. Whether you are looking for downtown loft space or something altogether historic on the town's agrarian fringe, you may be thrilled with the listings this resolute city has to offer.

New Orleans Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 484 homes for sale in New Orleans, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
50% Single Family, 27% Land/lot, 14% Multi Family and 10% Condo.

50% Single Family
27% Land/lot
9% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 482
Average Home Size 2,675 ft² / 249 m²
Price Range ($12,000 - $10,300,000)

Weather in New Orleans

The average high temperatures in New Orleans range from 62 in January to 91 in July

Average home income in New Orleans

The average household income of a New Orleans resident is $63,517 with an average home value of $223,906

Population of New Orleans

New Orleans has 406,517 residents.

Home ownership in New Orleans

The average level of home ownership in New Orleans is 45%.

Education breakdown of New Orleans

Education levels of residents of New Orleans include: highschool 26%, associate 5%, bachelor 20%, graduate 14%.

Households in New Orleans

New Orleans has 169,642 homes, built on average 62 years ago.

Information from in and around New Orleans...

You are Viewing 21 to 40 of 482 homes for sale in New Orleans. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Land/lot, Multi Family and Condo. The average list price of these property results is 387,227. Prices are listed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in New Orleans please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 484 homes for sale in New Orleans, LA are represented by 1 member brokerages serving the New Orleans area. Member brokerages representing the 484 homes include GARDNER, REALTORS.