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Beaches right around the corner - Alabama has 60 full miles of beaches along the Gulf of Mexico. Head on over to the Gulf Shores for a blast. If it's a bit too crowded, check out Orange Beach. Don't let anyone tell you that they're the same beach, either -- each one has its own distinct personality!
Amazing community events flourish - Few places have as many offbeat festivals and events as Alabama, and they all offer their own unique flavor. You can enjoy Dothan's Peanut Festival or the Athens Grease Festival if you have the time, but make sure to check out the Opp Rattlesnake Rodeo. Isn't the concept of a rattlesnake rodeo enough to tempt you?
Low property taxes! You might not notice from the home listings, but the taxes on an Alabama household are excessively low. In fact, at .33 percent, they're the third lowest in the nation. Whether you use these savings to visit historical locations, like the Twickenham Historic District or check out oddities like the Vulcan Park and Museum, you will have earned it.
History will surround you, and if you're interested in military history, the USS Alabama in Mobile is right for you. Want to learn about the indigenous peoples of Alabama? Bottle Creek Site is the place to be. There's a nearly never-ending bounty of historical sites in the state.
Music comes to life! Graceland might be hard to beat, but Alabama sure gives it a run for its money. Birmingham has a statue honoring The Temptations' Eddie Kendricks. More into rock? Check out the Muscle Shoals rock statue in Sheffield.
Intense love of sports! You only need to look at the University of Alabama to see how much the state loves its football program. Make sure to make it out for a few games at the Bryant-Denny Stadium, and never forget: ROLL TIDE! You'll get that after you move.
Alabama's home listing prices - While home prices in America have jumped back up to pre-recession prices in many places, those moving to Alabama can still get in on low prices since home prices in the state dropped 3 percent between 2012 and 2013. The number of houses sold dropped 8 percent during that same time frame, so there is an abundance of real estate to choose from. Whether you want to live near "The Peanut Capital of the World" in Dothan or work in the Mercedes-Benz plant in Tuscaloosa, you'll have your pick of the crop.
Nature at every turn! From the Russell Cave National Monument, which was inhabited back in 7000 BC, to the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, you'll never run out of fun nature outings in The Heart of Dixie.
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