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Irv Magri Agent and Broker

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Welcome to Grand Isle Real Estate, a premier Grand Isle real estate firm. We are your best source for Grand Isle homes for sale. With Grand Isle Real Estate we will broker quality homes. Grand Isle Real Estate makes your Grand Isle housing purchase or Grand Isle housing sale smooth and expedient. Also view our collection of Grand isle homes for sale, and our  businesses such as hotels, but quickly, because they are going fast!!

Selling your home or business? Choose Grand Isle Real Estate Broker Irv Magri as your agent. Irv Magri has over 40 years of experience in real estate. Also Irv has been a Grand Isle resident for years. Irv Magri connections and ties to the community that make him the only choice for your real estate transaction. Why view craigslist or Zillow for Grand Isle homes for sale when Grand Isle Real Estate agents can find them for you. Additionally you get the benefit of our 40 years of experience in Real Estate at a lower commission rate. Due to the economic hardships we have reduced our rates since 2009. We are that confident that we can find you a home. Please contact Irv Mgri and make an appointment to view some of our many Grand Isle homes for sale.




You may remember Irv Magri’s 30 year run on Louisiana and New Orleans radio from 1967 to 1997. His radio show was one of the most popular call-up and talk shows and was entitled, “The Detectives” with the late Captain Van H. Flynn and the late Larry Reagan on WSMB and WGSO radio. This anti-crime radio show later became, “Crimewave on WTIX radio in New Orleans and WJBO radio in Baton Rouge, La. Irv also served as the Chairman of the Louisiana Pardon Board and was a member of the state parole board after retiring as a New 0rleans police detective and supervisor. Additionally, Irv Magri Founded the Police Association of New Orleans (PANO) and served as the State President of 22 police unions throughout Louisiana. He also had his own fishing show on local television in the 1970s.