Author: Anne
Real Estate Muses Workshop: A Personal Development Workshop for Real Estate Agents Who Follow the Muse... Anne Beck is a local real estate broker with a passion for the unique lifestyle of New Orleans. This blog is a way of sharing the endless supply of humor and irony to be found around the city on any given day. Enjoy snippets of life around town, and some great tips for travelers and those seeking to join us as citizens of New Orleans. For info on buying or selling a home in NOLA , call Anne for a FREE evaluation of your home, or a FREE neighborhood price watch list for buyers. 504-812-4702 www.nolasinc.com

This new build on Robert Street is solid, beautiful, and feels like a New Orleans home already. It’s hard to believe, but in ten years of selling real estate, this is the first time I’ve sold new construction! I do …

I Just Sold My First New Construction. WOW. Read More »

It’s so tempting.  The spring catalog has just arrived from West Elm, and I can’t help but think, “What’s new in color and texture?  What sort of materials and themes will those designers be showing this year?” I am a …

Five Ways to Avoid “Trendy” Decor Read More »

This is going to be fun. It’s all in a day’s work – listing beautiful houses – but some are more fun than others. This one belongs to a long-time client in the lower Garden District, and it’s a good …

Living in the Lower Garden District Read More »

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It’s not even 10 am and I’ve got my errands around town done, arriving back home in a state of mind completely adjusted by my drive. It’s the little things here that make the morning. On the way to drop …

Another New Orleans Morning Read More »

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Delicate blown glass bottles, waiting to be filled.

Two years ago when I decided to commit to our front courtyard as my own “yard,” I dreamed of blooms and vines and everything in happy colors in the spring. My gardening experience boils down to four house plants I’ve …

Your Signature Perfume… And How to Share It Read More »