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Monthly Archives: August 2015

    New Orleans Permit Information

    By Satsuma News Team | August 17, 2015

    As homeowners, there are certain things we are aware of and others that we are not. For instance, if you are planting a tree that may impede on someone else’s property, did you know that in the City of New Orleans you must obtain a permit? Are you looking to hang a sign or obtain... Read More

    Benefits of Using A Satsuma Realtor To Manage Your New Orleans Investment Property

    By Satsuma News Team | August 14, 2015

    A knowledgeable and reliable property manager can add significant value to your property investment, which is why many property owners in New Orleans are using Satsuma Realtors to manage their investment property. Here are a few ways that a good property manager can help with managing property. Satsuma Realtors generally find higher-quality tenants for your... Read More

    Types of Houses in New Orleans

    By Satsuma News Team | August 12, 2015

    New Orleans is known for its spicy Cajun cooking and smooth Jazz, but one might be surprised with the architectural treasures that abide here. All you have to do is take a walk through one of the city’s unique neighborhoods where you will find a myriad of styles, including Creole cottages and townhouses, raised cottages,... Read More

    Owning Horses in New Orleans

    By Satsuma News Team | August 10, 2015

    Horses were once thought of as only being on farms, but New Orleans residents can purchase a horse whether they have less than an acre of land or a gigantic estate. Today’s post discusses whether you can have a horse on your property in New Orleans. We also bring you the heroic story of two men... Read More

    Can You Have Chickens at Home in New Orleans?

    By Satsuma News Team | August 6, 2015

    A common question in New Orleans is whether renters and owners of homes can have chickens on their property. In March 2012, the city of New Orleans amended the Code of Ordinances (Chapter 18 – Animals) and now classifies roosters as “wild or exotic animals,” joining alligators, monkeys, and other animals that cannot be kept... Read More