Adriana Romero Audler

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Adriana Romero Audler

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Where are you from? I was born and raised in New Orleans to Cuban parents.

What is your favorite place in New Orleans? I love the French Quarter and Uptown. They are so unique. I enjoy the history, architecture, ambiance, and the great restaurants found there.

Where do you reside? I live in the city of Kenner and my office is located on Williams Boulevard. I am very proud to be a part of this community.

What does your job entail? I am a business developer for Delta Title Corporation. I serve as a closing agent for property transfers that complete sales. While inspections and financing protocols are completed, I work behind the scenes performing title searches, determining property taxes, communicating with lenders, and also holding deposits in a separate escrow account while preparing the closing statements and obtaining the title insurance.

How long have you worked at Delta Title Corporation? I have been at Delta Title Corporation for 13 years.

 What is your favorite part of the job? I get great satisfaction when I close on a home. My favorite moment is seeing the joy on the faces of first-time home buyers when they realize their dream has come true. I enjoy networking with Realtors, lenders, and investors. I’m passionate about educating buyers in the process of purchasing, investing, and/or refinancing their homes, so hosting first-time home buyers seminars is also a favorite.

What can buyers expect when doing business with you? The closing sale can be an overwhelming experience and I make every effort to explain the documents carefully. I am accessible to clients, even after completion of the transaction, to answer any questions or concerns they may have. I have many years of experience and a wealth of knowledge in the business, in addition to being fluent in English and Spanish languages.

 What advice do you give people who want to buy a home? Buyers should educate themselves on the process of buying a home. First-time home buyers seminars are very helpful. Buyers should always explore a few different financing options and do their research to make the best decision.

 

AnaMaria Bech

Publisher

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Publisher's Note

Mixing Traditions

It is no cliché. New Orleans has a wonderful mix of traditions that add to the charm of this amazing city. With the holidays in full-swing, we can enjoy holiday-centered, free events like simple walks around traditional neighborhoods to see the elaborate Christmas decorations, Caroling in Jackson Square, attending the gospel and jazz concerts at St. Louis Cathedral and St. Augustine Church, watching the technological light display during Luna Fête, and visiting the beautifully decorated hotel lobbies in town, among others.

 There is one tradition in Louisiana that is so unique and that I hope to experience this year: The Bonfires on the Levee. Just thinking about seeing the pyres, the fireworks display and its reflection on the river during a cold night and having a warm drink while learning about this tradition from our River Parishes' neighbors sounds like an amazing way to soak in some of the culture around us.

Though the original purpose of the bonfires is unconfirmed, fitting the storyline of Papa Noel following the lights on a pirogue being pulled down river by alligators to deliver presents is such a tale. It involves a mix of many elements that are unique to the culture that has shaped the city of New Orleans.

I just love being able to experience different traditions and learning about the ways diverse groups of people who have made New Orleans their home, celebrate the holidays

Happy Holidays!