Buying or selling a home is one of the biggest moments most of us will face in our adult lives. The process, though filled with joy and excitement, can also have its moments of challenge, and that's why it's important to have a professional in the business that you can trust.
I was lucky enough to be born in the fantastical city of New Orleans in the midst of all of its history and magic. Growing up with this city as my backdrop has certainly colored all of my life's choices and adventures.
After returning home after Hurricane Katrina, I was committed to playing my part in the revitalization of this community. I traveled a winding road that lead me to the field of real estate, but once I found my place in this business, I knew I had found my home.
It has been such an honor to be a real estate agent in New Orleans. It seems to me that, in this city more than any other, a real estate agent's job is to not only to assist and navigate clients through the process of buying and selling property, but to be a curator and guardian of the history of New Orleans as home. As homeowners in this city, we are charged with the duty of being stewards of the buildings that have housed magic and music and songs of redemption and renewal.
I understand the importance of real estate transactions on the individuals and on the community. And with care and attention and reliability, I strive to be the best real estate asset to my clients, knowing that with each transaction and transfer of property, we have together added another line to our collective history of home.
Welcome home, New Orleans! It's my honor to serve you.
Anthony has been named as a New Orleans City Business: Person to Watch in Real Estate 2019 & the recipient of the City Business 2019 Rising Star in Real Estate Award. He is a member of the Ogden Museum of Southern Art's Kohlmeyer Circle & Magnolia Ball Committee, a sponsoring member of the NOLA Tree Project and a member of the New Orleans Metropolitain Association of Realtors and Commercial Investment Division.