Inspirations from a 3rd Generation Realtor, Marshall Malone. I hope it helps you get to know the city of Birmingham and beyond.
A rare find! Breathtaking historical home close to St. Vincent's Hospital. Modern take with old world charm. Beautifully remodeled kitchen, 6 (non-working) fireplaces & gorgeous mantles, great parking in back. 2 stairways! large fenced backyard. Metal roof and all the accessories...HVAC in excellent condition. Tankless water heater! Exterior painted in 2019. Currently Occupied, and arrangements need to be made for showings. Current tenants move out in July. Showings scheduled only for May 1,2.
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North Shelby / Hoover in the 35244 zip code was the fastest closing market in Birmingham, with an average of 14 days on the market. If measured in terms of median days, the answer would change to Altadena and Bluff Park, where homes went under contract in 2 days.
All of Birmingham is selling fast, because there is so little inventory. While this is a national problem caused by factors going back to the 2007 housing crisis, new construction starts are increasing in such a way that new inventory could be keeping up with the demand in the next few years. This will take time to even out, meaning that this sellers market will be around for a while.
Keep an eye out for my articles in the following papers in March:
711 homes sold in Trussville in 2020, which is 33 more houses than in 2019. These went for a median price of $300,000, up from $293,000 in 2019, and were generally under contract faster than 2019 in an average of 31 days. Almost all of these homes were at or over list price, meaning that competition was fierce. Expect a higher volume of homes in 2020 as the pandemic gets under control, and the economy continues to boom in a town that is seriously fixed on growth and redevelopment. Inventory is tight, and most homes will have multiple offers prior to being placed under contract.
According to their mayor, "In addition to the downtown redevelopment, the City of Trussville has engaged in two major infrastructure projects that will allow citizens to bypass US Highway 11, which runs through the middle of the city and is often the source of traffic woes. Drivers will have options to avoid the main congested areas, thanks to a Loop Road Project that is being planned to come from the north side of Trussville into downtown. Two roads will be built within the next two years that will hopefully alleviate some of the traffic congestion in the core area."
Housing Data from MLS