Residential Real Estate: How Property Disclosure Document Changes Affect Sellers and Buyers

For those of you who dwell in the residential real estate world, YES, NO, or NO KNOWLEDGE (abbreviated as “NK”) were familiar indicators on the Louisiana Real Estate Commission’s Property … More»

Historic Tax Credits: The Benefits, Process and Economic Impact

To a real estate developer, Federal Historic Tax Credits (HTC) are analogous to the exceptional bread Casamento’s or Domilise’s uses for their oyster po-boys and roast beef sandwiches. It is … More»

New Orleans Ranks 9 in Top Towns for Residential Real Estate Investors

As reported by Diana Olick of CNBC in her article, “The top towns for real estate investors,” residential real estate markets across the U.S., including New Orleans, which ranked #9, … More»

New Orleans Condo Market Provides Opportunities for Sellers and Developers

As reported in NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune article, “Will more real estate developers pick condos in New Orleans?” (see below), New Orleans is experiencing a boom in the condominium market … More»

“Big on the Big Easy” – New Orleans Luxury Real Estate Market is Bouncing Back

As reported in The Wall Street Journal article, “Big on the Big Easy,” (see below) “In New Orleans, the luxury real-estate market is bouncing back, boosted by homeowners who want … More»

How to Police Utility Use When Your HOA is Paying the Bill

Partner Randy Opotowsky, who has represented developers of a number of the major condominium projects in the New Orleans area, was recently interviewed for a series of articles by HOALeader.com, … More»

What Are the Limits on Employing Your HOA’s Reserve Funds?

Partner Randy Opotowsky, who has represented developers of a number of the major condominium projects in the New Orleans area, was recently interviewed for a series of articles by HOALeader.com, … More»

The Top Seven Reasons an HOA Gets Sued

Partner Randy Opotowsky, who has represented developers of a number of the major condominium projects in the New Orleans area, was recently interviewed for a series of articles by HOALeader.com, … More»

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Condo Associations, Unit Owners and their Insurers

By Randy Opotowsky, Partner Hurricane Isaac rained down on the Greater New Orleans area almost seven years to the day of Hurricane Katrina. Will there now be another tidal wave … More»

Collection Tools for Condominium Homeowners Associations

By Randy Opotowsky Partner, Randy Opotowsky, a highly experienced commercial and residential real estate attorney, who has represented developers of a number of the major condominium projects in the New Orleans … More»