New Orleans Property Services

About Kari Ayala

Owner/Broker

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Owner/Broker, has been active in the New Orleans real estate market for over twelve years. Kari is a graduate of Wesleyan University in Middletown CT (BA, Latin American Studies), and Tulane University, New Orleans LA (MA, Latin American Studies). She was a Fulbright Scholar in Chile, South America in 1995-1996. Kari has traveled extensively throughout Central and South American, and Europe, and is fluent in Spanish. Kari helped to start the International School of Louisiana, a public, charter school in New Orleans offering full immersion programs in Spanish and French. She has continued to play a role in the changing educational landscape of New Orleans, having worked at Esperanza Charter School and the International High School of New Orleans. She is passionate about education, real estate, and New Orleans.


Contact Us

office50460332235046033223
emailkari@neworleanspropertyservices.com
address2801 St. Charles Ave. #111B
New Orleans, LA 70115

Company Info

New Orleans Property Services, LLC -Licensed in Louisiana – New Orleans, LA
2801 St. Charles Avenue #111B
New Orleans, LA 70115

Reviews

5joliebensen

Kari Kramer Ayala is one of the best realtors New Orleans has to offer. As a young family, we had quite a specific list of requirements for what we wanted in a new home, Kari worked hard to find us exactly what we needed. Over three years, she patiently… (more)

5ecburpee

I just bought my first house with Kari’s help, and I’m so glad she was my agent! I’d never looked at houses before, and the thought of buying and navigating the market was terrifying. From the very beginning of the process, Kari was very helpful and patient… (more)

5user72548049

Kari by far has been the most professional, hardest working, and smart realtor with whom I have ever worked. Did I mention patient and available? I never had a question unanswered or an email ignored. There is just simply no comparison to other realtors… (more)

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