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Biloxi, Mississippi, is named after the Native American tribe that resided in the area for millennia. The Biloxi belong to the Siouan language speaking peoples and primarily inhabited the lands near the Gulf of Mexico where the city of Biloxi, Mississippi is now located. In 1699, the French began to settle in the area in competition with Great Britain over the western fur trade. Subsequent to the Seven Years’ War and the French and Indian War, France was forced to give up large swaths of land east of the Mississippi River to the British in 1763 but was able to keep New Orleans. Between 1763 and 1810, the British and Spanish would control the land, with the British losing control to it in 1779. Nevertheless, most of those who lived in Biloxi were still French, so the city’s characteristic never lost its French spirit. Even today, Biloxi retains its deeply rooted French culture. In 1817, Biloxi was admitted into the state of Mississippi’s state of the union after the French agreed to a trade. After the Civil War during the mid- to late 19th century, Biloxi became a favorite tourist destination, and this stimulated the local economy and attracted a fresh wave of immigrants to the area. Today, Biloxi’s economy is primarily supported by gaming, tourism, and the seafood industry. 

Living in Biloxi, Mississippi, is a perfect example of life close to the ocean without the inflated costs that come with other coastal cities. With natural attractions such as the Gulf Islands National Seashore, offering close access to the beautiful islands of the Gulf of Mexico, numerous outdoor activities, and historical sites, you will never be at a loss for things to do and explore. Beyond the countless natural spaces in and around Biloxi, Mississippi, resident who live here enjoy visiting the many historical museums. One such example is the Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum which conveys the rich maritime history and heritage lifetime residents of Biloxi are so proud of. Then there is the Ohr-O'Keefe Museum Of Art, featuring gorgeously unique ceramic pieces made by George E. Ohr (also known as the "Mad Potter of Biloxi"). Additionally, for those looking to try their luck, there is Beau Rivage resort and casino located at 875 Beach Blvd in Biloxi. The Beau Rivage offers numerous military and veterans programs, promotions and special events, awesome headliners, and great dining. If shopping is what you’re looking for, there is Biloxi’s very own Edgewater Mall, a large indoor shopping center with national named brand stores like JCPenney, Dillard’s, and Belk. 

One of the best things about buying a home in Biloxi, Mississippi, is how diverse and affordable the real estate is. Biloxi, Mississippi, properties range from studios, apartments, and townhomes of various sizes, prices, and special features. While there is plenty of new construction, Biloxi, Mississippi, is also known to have a great selection of resale homes. Considering the age of this community, you can find a small selection of available properties for sale in Biloxi dating as far back as the pre-20th century. With all that Biloxi has to offer, you have all the reason to add it to the top of your list of places to shop for your next dream home. If you’re interested in learning more about purchasing a home here in Biloxi, please don’t hesitate to call us today so we may assist you.

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