Joe Gerrity


Contact Joe

Cell: (504) 470-8048
Email: [email protected]
Twitter: @GerrityJoe

“My job doesn’t end when the deal closes. When you work with me you have access to a real estate advisor anytime.”

The Managing Broker and principal owner of Korman Gerrity Real Estate, Joe entered the real estate field after Hurricane Katrina, when he bought, fixed, and sold flood-damaged properties while attending Tulane University. The experience taught him a lot — namely, the value of experience and hard work when trying to make money in the real estate market.

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Joe specializes in representing buyers and sellers throughout the New Orleans Uptown and Garden District areas and brings a wealth of renovation experience to the table. He knows that being a Realtor isn’t just about closing a deal, it’s also about providing recommendations for flooring companies, insurers, painters, lawn care specialists, and title companies.

Joe lives with his wife in the Irish Channel in a home that he has renovated using his trusted contractors and design specialists. A former regular on local TV and radio, Joe has always had a passion for sports. He occasionally still contributes to ESPN and the ESPN TrueHoop Network as a member of their expert NBA panel.

Get to Know Joe (Q&A)

Favorite local restaurant?

Right now, I’m going with Stein’s since I just bought a house around the corner and can’t seem to stop eating there.

Best local festival?

New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

Favorite Mardi Gras parade?

I’m a Float Captain in Krewe of Freret, so I have to say that. Otherwise, I love Nyx, which is what my wife rides.

What's your favorite neighborhood in the city?

I love my home in the Irish Channel, but West Riverside is my favorite.

What's the best local brewery?

Port Orleans Brewery. Their simple beers are the best in the city.

Who's your favorite local musician?

Big Sam’s Funky Nation and Galactic.

What's the best local music venue?

Without a doubt, Tipitina’s.

What's your favorite grocery store?


Frenchman or Bourbon?

Tough call. They both have their moments. I’ll say Frenchmen.

What's your one favorite thing about New Orleans?

The people. Find a city full of a more accepting, fun-loving group of people, and I’ll move there.

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