Ph: (504) 733-1733, ext 79206
Director: Sarah Taylor
Desire Community Housing Corporation
Ph: (504) 284-3844
Director: Wilbert Thomas Sr.
Contact: Deborah Davenport
Family Resources of New Orleans
Ph: (504) 822-8519
Director: Paula Pete
Contact: Loretta McCraney
Integrity Homebuyers Association, Inc.
Ph: (225) 644-5873
Director: Patrena Ester
Jefferson Community Action Program
Ph: (504) 736-6900
Director: Jedidiah Jackson
Contact: Bianka Cornish
Neighborhood Housing Services of New Orleans, Inc.
Ph: (504) 899-5900
Director: Lauren Anderson
Contact: Donna Darensbourg
Neighborhood Housing Services (NHS) - Northshore
Ph: (985) 809-9472
Contact: Vera Clay
New Orleans Neighborhood Development Foundation
Ph: (504) 488-0155
Director/Contact: Fred Johnson
Lower 9th Ward Neighborhood Empowerment Network Association
Ph: (504) 373-6483
Director: Patricia Jones
Contact: Cynthia Ketchens
Preservation Resource Center
Ph: (504) 581-7032
Director: Patricia Gay
Contact: Maryann Miller
Puentes New Orleans (Spanish only)
Ph: (504) 821-7228
Director: Scarlett Lanzas
Contact: Lila Perez
Sulli Educational Services, Inc. (Spanish & English)
Ph: (504) 464-6224
Director: Conchitia L. Sulli
Contact: Stephanie Brouillette
NOMAR & MARPAC endorse the following candidates for Jefferson Parish School Board:
District 2 - Rickeem Jackson
District 3 - Ray Griffin Jr.
District 4 - Melinda Bourgeois
District 5 - Sharlayne Jackson-Prevost
District 6 - Larry Dale
District 7 - Mark Jacobs
District 8 - Michael Delesdernier
District 9 - Sandy Denapolis-Borsage
Vote YES to amendments #6 and #13! Click here for an explanation of all constitutional amendments and information on where to vote. Questions? Contact NOMAR Governmental Affairs Department.
Are you facing the threat of losing your home? Be wary of individuals and companies offering to "help" you out of your difficult financial situation. Consumer advocates report an increase in complaints about foreclosure "rescue" scams. These scams specifically target homeowners who are in financial distress. Scam operators advertise over the Internet and in local publications, plaster posters on telephone poles and at bus stops, stick flyers in people's front doors or contact people whose homes are listed in public foreclosure notices. Sometimes they direct their appeals to specific religious or ethnic groups.
The New Orleans Metropolitan Association of REALTORS® is a professional trade association of over 4,000 licensed real estate agents.
Our members abide by a strict code of ethics and have access to a wide variety of business services that are not available to non-REALTORS®. This gives them a competitive edge in the marketplace, enabling them to provide superior services to buyers and sellers of real property.
Use this site to find a REALTOR®, find out the current status of home sales or to compare home prices in a neighborhood in which you may be interested.
Whether you're buying, selling or renting, look to our web site for details that will help make the process simple. Please visit us often and tell your friends about us, too.
All REALTORS® must abide by NAR's Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice. The Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice outline duties that REALTORS® have to clients and customers, the public, and other REALTORS®. While the Code of Ethics establishes obligations that may be higher than those mandated by law, in any instance where the Code of Ethics and the law conflict, the obligations of the law must take precedence.