Eleanor Farnsworth Named Best Real Estate Agent by New Orleans' Locals
Posted by Eleanor Farnsworth — August 26, 2009
NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana—(August 26, 2009) Congratulations to Eleanor Farnsworth for being voted New Orleans Best Real Estate Agent by the readers of Gambit, a local newspaper, in their annual "Best of New Orleans" issue.
"How do you know you're working with the best? One way to tell might be the frequency and the size with which your real estate agent's name appears on For Sale signs around town. A woman who appears to have cornered the St. Charles Avenue market can surely do anything"
-Gambit-Volume 30-Number 33-August 25 2009
Eleanor currently has five properties listed on the historic St Charles Avenue including a home that is frequently referred to as "the castle." 4717 St Charles Avenue is hard to miss as you make your way down the tree lined Avenue. As Eleanor recently described it in an interview with New Orleans Channel Four news, "This is an opportunity of a lifetime to own a house that does not often come on the market."
About Eleanor Farnsworth
Five time winner of the prestigious Diamond Residential Award representing the highest residential sales volume in New Orleans, Eleanor Farnsworth specializes in the sale of luxury homes in the prime Uptown, Old Metairie and Garden District areas of New Orleans. Consistently a top residential producer, Eleanor attributes her success to an aggressive personalized marketing plan and excellent negotiating skills. Eleanor was recently named to the Real Estate Success Institute's Board of Advisors, an elite group consisting of twenty of the most successful real estate agents in North America. She is also a life member of the Million Dollar Club and for five consecutive years, the Honor Society of the Real Estate Board of New Orleans. Armed with a delightful sense of humor, Eleanor, a lifelong resident of New Orleans, exemplifies the gracious southern lifestyle. Active in her community, Eleanor's memberships include the Women's Council of Realtors, Junior League of New Orleans and its Gardening and Interior Decorating Clubs, Orleans Club, and the Preservation Resource Center.