Landmark Title Group Shreveport © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Shreveport (318) 21​9-1001

Mandeville (985) 624-5678


1011 N. Causeway Blvd, Suite 3 

Mandeville, LA 70471

(985) 624 - 5678 phone

(985) 624 - 5434 fax


3646 Youree Drive

Shreveport, LA 71105

(318) 219 - 1001 phone

(318) 219 - 1002 fax

Proud Me​mber

Landmark TItle has served the real estate needs of our clients in Louisiana and Mississippi for over 35 years.  Our offices are located in Mandeville, LA and Shreveport, LA.  We serve the parishes of Caddo, Bossier, DeSoto, Webster, St. Tammany, Tangipahoa, Orleans, Jefferson, St. Bernard, Livingston, St. Charles, Washington and St. Helena.  In Mississippi, we serve Biloxi, Gulfport, Long Beach, Jackson and Pass Christian.  

REal Estate Information & REsources 

understanding the closing process + Title Services

The Closing Process

Closing Costs Explained

What is Title Insurance & Why Do I Need It

What To Know When Purchasing Title Insurance

Preparing for Closing

Home Buyers

Home Sellers


General REal Estate

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the Homestead Exemption and how do I apply for it?

A: The homestead exemption is a tax exemption on the first $75,000 of the value of a person’s home. This exemption applies to all homeowners. The value of your home is exempt up to $75,000 from state and parish property taxes.  After your closing, your closing agent will file your act of sale in the Conveyance Office of the Parish Clerk of Court. A short time later you will receive a recorded copy of your title along with the recordation numbers, the Conveyance Office Book and Page number (known as the C.O.B. and Folio) and the instrument number. After you receive the recorded copy of your sale, bring it and the C.O.B. and Folio number to the Parish Assessors Office and file for your homestead exemption. You must own and occupy the property to qualify for the homestead exemption. After you obtain the Homestead Exemption, each year thereafter you will receive a renewal card in the mail.