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Discovering Commercial Real Estate

Join us for  a CE class with Instructor Rich Stone, CCIM of Latter and Blum Commercial Real Estate. This NAR course offers a broad overview of the basics of commercial real estate and how it differs from residential real estate. This is an ideal introductory course for those who are newly licensed and/or residential agents who want to learn more about commercial real estate.

 

This class , which is for three hours of CE credit, takes place on Friday, March 23rd, from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm at NOMAR's Metairie offices. Cost: $20 CID Members, $30 Non-Members. Click here to register

 

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Unwrapped Toy Drive for Boys & Girls Club!

We are collecting unwrapped toys for kids of all ages to give to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeast Louisiana. The donation box is located on the second floor of our Metairie Office.

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Holiday Mixer NEXT THURSDAY!

NOMAR is hosting a holiday mixer and toy drive benefiting Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeast Louisiana on Thursday, Dec. 7 from 5 - 7 p.m. at Oscar's Restaurant and Lounge in Old Metairie! There will be FREE food and happy hour drink specials! Please bring an unwrapped toy to help spread holiday cheer to kids in need. 

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Installation Luncheon & Holiday Social

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Register here! Hurry, the deadline is THIS MONDAY, DEC. 4 AT NOON!

 

New Orleans Mayoral Candidate LaToya Cantrell Supports Rent Control

 

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Watch the video here.

At last night’s televised debate on WWLTV, both candidates were asked a series of yes or no questions during the fourth round. One of the questions was: “Would you be in favor of some kind of rent control for New Orleans?”

Desiree Charbonnet said no. LaToya Cantrell said YES.

Here’s what we know about rent control:

  1. Rent control does not solve the problem of access to affordable housing. In fact, it makes housing more expensive. In New York, New Jersey, and California cities, it has only made the housing shortage and affordability problem even worse.
  2. Rent control oversight would mean creating an expensive new bureaucracy that would likely be paid for by new taxes and fees on New Orleanians.
  3. Rent control does not stop gentrification.  People with high salaries can live in rent controlled apartments, even while others are in need of affordable housing.

We need crime control and flood control – not rent control. Take action to fight this harmful proposal before it starts. Vote Saturday for Desiree Charbonnet.

To read more on the housing issues covered in last night’s debate, including short-term rentals and which candidate has accepted campaign contributions from AirBnB, click here. 

Don’t live in New Orleans? Please share this message with family, friends, colleagues, and clients who live in New Orleans and encourage them to vote tomorrow for Desiree Charbonnet, the only candidate who will protect private property rights while also fighting for low- and middle-class residents.

 

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