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Where available in Alabama, we give you access to the local MLS (Multiple Listing Service) which is the most complete source for homes for sale listings.

Major Alabama Metro Areas

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Albertville Area Fort Payne Area
Alexander City Area Gadsden Area
Anniston-Oxford Area Huntsville Area
Auburn-Opelika Area Mobile Area
Birmingham-Hoover Area Montgomery Area
Columbus Area Scottsboro Area
Cullman Area Selma Area
Daphne-Fairhope-Foley Area Talladega-Sylacauga Area
Decatur Area Troy Area
Dothan Area Tuscaloosa Area
Enterprise-Ozark Area Tuskegee Area
Eufaula Area Valley Area
Florence-Muscle Shoals Area  

Other Alabama Cities

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Addison Faunsdale Marion
Andalusia Fayette Mc Kenzie
Arley Fitzpatrick Millerville
Ashland Flomaton Millry
Atmore Florala Monroeville
Bear Creek Frankville Muscadine
Berry Frisco City Opp
Brantley Fruithurst Peterman
Brewton Gaylesville Phil Campbell
Brilliant Gilbertown Pine Apple
Butler Gordo Ranburne
Camden Greenville Red Bay
Campbell Guin Reform
Carrollton Hackleburg Repton
Cedar Bluff Haleyville Roanoke
Centre Hamilton Russellville
Coffeeville Heflin Sulligent
Cragford Hodges Union Springs
Cuba Jackson Uniontown
Deer Park Leesburg Wadley
Demopolis Lineville Wedowee
Double Springs Livingston Winfield
Dozier Luverne  
Evergreen Lynn  

Alabama Quick Statistics
Population: 4,662,000 (Ranked 23th)
Largest Alabama Cities:
Birmingham: 229,900
Montgomery (Capital): 202,000
Mobile: 198,920
Notable Areas:
The largest city in Alabama, Birmingham is the county seat of Jefferson County. Birmingham was founded in 1871, just after the Civil War and was named after one of the UK’s major industrial cities. Birmingham has been the primary industrial center of the Southern United States in the twentieth century and has earned the nicknames “The Magic City” and “The Pittsburgh of the South”. Birmingham is famous for its iron and steel production.
The capital of Alabama, Montgomery is the county sear of Montgomery County. It is located in the Gulf Coastal Plain, in the southeast of the center of the state. In the mid-twentieth century, Montgomery was the primary site of the African-American Civil Rights Movement. Montgomery has a large military presence due to Maxwell Air Force Base.
Mobile is the county seat of Mobile County. It is located on the Mobile River and the central Gulf Coast of the U.S and is the only seaport in Alabama. The Port of Mobile has played a key rol in the economic growth of the city as a trading center between the French and the Native Americans. Mobile is one of the Gulf Coast’s cultural centers, housing multiple art museums, a symphony orchestra, a professional opera and a professional ballet company.
Alabama Real Estate Market Snapshot
Housing Units (2007): 2,137,018
Households (2000): 1,737,080
Home Ownership Rate (2000): 72.5%
Average AL Home Sales Price: $216,374
Alabama Income (2007)
Median Household: $40,596
Median Family: $ 53,690
Includes 14 four-year public universities (University of North Alabama, University of South Alabama, University of West Alabama…), multiple two-year community colleges, and 17 private, undergraduate and graduate universities(Virginia College, Samford University, Faulkner University…)
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