Houma, LA, Homes for Sale and Community Information

Porch of one of our homes for sale in Houma, LAHouma LA real estate is a growing market with improving property values and plenty of buying opportunities for new home buyers. A number of new or current residents can find Houma LA homes with affordable lending terms and in desirable neighborhoods. While looking for available Houma real estate, potential buyers can also learn more about the town's history and local points of interest.

History of Houma

In addition to homes for sale in Houma, LA, prospective residents can learn some interesting local history about this Louisiana community. Houma began as a bayou settlement that was first established in 1834 as the parish seat of Terrebonne Parish. A number of Houma properties are listed for sale in nearby unincorporated regions, such as Bayou Cane. Many homes have been restored and reflect the Cajun heritage of the community. More historical details are available on the Houma History and Legends website.

Attractions and Activities in Houma

Along with real estate for sale in Houma, LA this particular parish has a number of fun activities available for residents and visitors of all age groups. Some favorite attractions include authentic swamp tours, charter fishing and boating. The town also boasts art gallery tours, outdoor shopping districts and live music performances. Further details are posted on the Visit Houma web page. Many homes for sale in Houma are located only a short drive away from local points of interest.

Events in Houma

Each potential Houma home buyer is also encouraged to check out a few local events in the area. A few of the most popular ones include the Bayou Cutoff Hurricane Season Festival, the Voodoo Bayou Under the Oaks Music Festival and the Weekend Cruisers Car Club Cruise Nights. Full details and event calendars are posted on the South Louisiana Entertainment website.

Houma Parks and Recreation

The Houma parks department has a large variety of activities available for residents. Some local favorites include swamp boating, fishing and sports leagues for both youth and adults. More information and sign-up sheets are available on the Terrebonne Parish Parks and Recreation website.

Contacting at least one experienced Houma real estate agent is the first vital step in finding the right property for sale. Each Houma Realtor usually has available homes categorized by neighborhood, square footage, price range and included amenities. Most real estate agents also have virtual tours or slide shows of each home for sale listed on their websites. Buyers are encouraged to contact realtors by phone or email with further questions.
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