Tricia King is an award-winning, multimillion-dollar-producing Realtor who specializes in the sale of luxury and historic homes as well as investment real estate. When you hire Tricia, you have the strongest and powerful real estate network behind the sale and purchase of your home.
Since 2009 she has been a leading member of Gardner Realtors working tirelessly to ensure her clients' utmost satisfaction. Detail-oriented and passionate about New Orleans' historic neighborhoods, she prides herself on excellent service. All of the homes she sells are presented in the most attractive ways possible; she hires skilled experts, including top-notch photographers, and she offers professional staging and renovation advice.
Tricia is a certified corporate relocation specialist who assist families, and corporate clients who are moving to New Orleans from out-of-state. She is available to help with each and every step of the transaction, from finding the perfect house to accommodating each client’s lifestyle to assisting with financing, home inspections, insurance and renovations. Tricia takes pride in assisting all types of clients and representing exceptionally exclusive estates and life style homes.
A lifelong New Orleanian and graduate of Tulane University, Tricia always enjoyed working with the public including corporate expansion, historic architecture and policy development. “Real estate seemed like a great choice to combine my passion for historic homes and architecture,” she says of her career choice. Her clients consistently praise Tricia for her calm demeanor, strong negotiating skills and outstanding customer service as she patiently guides them in major decision-making.
Tricia has been honored each year with the President's Chairman Award from Gardner Realtors and recently joined as a regent member of Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate and Luxury Portfolio International. She is a Ruby Award winner joining the prestigious level of top 25 volume producers across 26 Gardner offices in Louisiana and Mississippi. Since 2009, New Orleans CityBusiness has named Tricia as one of the Top 50 producing realtors in the Metro New Orleans area. Tricia has sold more than $152 million in sales volume and averages a home sold every 10 days.
Tricia's activities in the community reflect her passion and dedication to the city of New Orleans, with a particular emphasis on historic preservation as well as charity. She is a certified Historic House Specialist and executive board member of the prestigious Preservation Resource Center and an active member of the Junior League of New Orleans. Tricia’s philanthropic activities include her generous support of Children’s Hospital of New Orleans and the sustaining of the Hermann-Grima and Gallier Historic Houses located in the historic French Quarter. Tricia was recently nominated as “Women of the Year” by her colleagues and peers as a candidate for the annual Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) campaign, raising over $800,000 last year for local cancer research and patient care.
Tricia is in the business of creating the life you love. Tricia King is a full time licensed Louisiana and Mississippi Realtor and guides her clients to successful closed transactions using cutting edge technology and a firm work ethic. Tricia has a unique insight to marketing and uses innovative techniques to achieve her client’s goals. Having resided in New Orleans her entire career, Tricia has a reputation for her compassion and tenuous work ethic and plays an active role in real estate providing confidential guidance in all aspects of the transaction. She proudly looks forward to continuing her outstanding work in real estate and representing clients to reach the utmost return on their investments in less time on the market through her keen negotiating skills and respectful attitude. With years of sales experience in the New Orleans area, Tricia takes pride in representing large corporate clients, portfolio estate planning and all levels of the affluent client.
Tricia specializes in the following neighborhoods of New Orleans:
• Irish Channel
• Warehouse/Arts District
• Uptown – University and Audubon Park area
• Old Metairie
• Garden District
• Historic Algiers Point