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    Tips for Subletting Your Rental Apartment

    Subletting your apartments to rent in birmingham al could be full of worries and stress as you are giving your apartment’s keys to some stranger. If some of best practices mentioned below are followed by you, you’ll be able to mitigate involved risk and may not get into a really bad situation.

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    Business Buzz: Woodstream Apartments, The Greens at Aboretum, Hope Mills Hardee’s and Spectrum

    Woodstream Apartments, a 202-unit property built in 1974, has been sold for $8.65 million by Providence Investments of Birmingham, Alabama, to Contour Development Group of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Woodstream is off Cliffdale Road, not far from its intersection with Skibo Road. It offers one- and two-bedroom units, and has community amenities like a clubhouse, fitness center, laundry, pool and tennis courts. Berkadia, a joint venture of Berkshire Hathaway and Jefferies Financial Group, negotiated the transaction on behalf of Providence. Now leasing The Greens at Aboretum in Pinehurst has begun leasing one-, two- and three-bedroom luxury units. The 72 units are billed as open floor plans with oversized windows that include…

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    A Look At Mountain Brook’s Most Expensive Real Estate Listing

    MOUNTAIN BROOK, AL – While there is no secret regarding the number of luxurious and beautiful homes located in Mountain Brook, a recent alert from realtor.com that a home had reduced its asking price shows just how pricey some of the homes listed in the suburb are. A listing located at 3012 Southwood Road recently dropped its price – if you consider sending the price to just under $3 million much of a drop. That may not exactly make the home more affordable to the vast majority of house hunters in today’s market, as the home remains the most expensive listing in the Birmingham metro’s most expensive suburb. The home…

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    Here Are The Most Expensive Condos In The Birmingham Area

    BIRMINGHAM, AL – For some house-hunters, buying a condominium or a townhouse is a more inexpensive route toward home ownership. A majority of the condos in the Birmingham area are listed at a lower price than houses are, and the maintenance costs of condos and townhouses are usually much lower than single-family homes. However, there are some condo listings in the metro area that carry a hefty price tag – a handful even listed above $1 million – defending on the location. Here are the 10 most expensive condo and townhouse listings in the Birmingham area according to realtor.com: 2206 2nd Avenue North, Unit A; Downtown Birmingham: $2.2 million 521…

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    Birmingham mayor names city’s first LGBTQ liaison

    Josh Coleman Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin has hired the city’s first LGBTQ liaison to serve as both a spokesperson for the city and as a representative of LGBTQ interests. Josh Coleman, who currently works as vice president of Central Alabama Pride, will start his new role on June 25. Woodfin made the announcement Sunday at PrideFest held at Sloss Furnaces. As a way to make the city more inclusive, Woodfin also plans to create the Mayor’s Office of Social Justice and Racial Equity. Details on this office haven’t been released yet. A diversity officer will also be hired in the city’s economic development department, the mayor told city councilors last…

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    Birmingham man drowns in rough waters in Panama City Beach

    A 31-year-old Birmingham man drowned Friday in rough Gulf waters in Panama City Beach, Florida. According to police, the man joined about 8 to 10 of his friends for a swim in the Gulf around 7:40 p.m. in the 17000 block of Front Beach Road near the Tropic Winds condominiums. The man was later seen by his friends floating face down in the water, a Panama City Police Beach sergeant told AL.com. Attempts to administer CPR were ineffective and the man was pronounced dead a a beachside emergency room. Authorities are not releasing the man’s name, but WMBB-TV in Panama City identified him as Darrius Stone Jr. of Birmingham. Red…

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    New Aviation Company Opening At Birmingham Airport

    BIRMINGHAM, AL – A new aviation company celebrated its grand opening Tuesday, a firm that will operate out of more than 67,000 square feet of space on both the East and West ramps of the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. Southern Sky Aviation, which offers charter flights, maintenance, flight training, aircraft sales, aircraft management and avionics services, was founded by Birmingham business veteran Bill Gunnells, who was previously the CEO and founder of a prescription drug card benefits company RxBenefits before selling the company in 2016. Shortly thereafter, Gunnells and president Bo Andrews, who has been in the aviation business for 31 years, began the long approval process for obtaining a Part…

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    Skilled nursing facilities in Birmingham, Butler, Montgomery, Selma, Montrose Bay acquired by Montreal-based real estate investor paired with Blue Ridge Healthcare – Birmingham Business Journal

    Several skilled nursing facilities in Alabama changed hands in March. Five skilled nursing facilities in Birmingham, Butler, Montgomery, Selma, and Montrose Bay were acquired by a Montreal-based real estate investor paired with Blue Ridge Healthcare, a Florida-based regional operator. Advisory firm for seniors housing and healthcare real estate, Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisor, represented the seller in the transactions — the company’s first seniors housing venture in Alabama. Brooks Blackmon of Montgomery led the transactions. Blueprint Healthcare’s transaction volume in Alabama now totals more than $71 million in the last 11 months. Source Article

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    Millennials are buying a lot more homes than you think

    Flickr/Brent and Amanda I There’s a popular myth that says millennials are destined to be a generation of renters.Millennials are actually the reason the homeownership rate has increased over the past year.Birmingham, Alabama has seen the biggest increase in millennial home buying over the past year. It’s a popular myth – the millennial generation is destined to be a generation of renters – avocado toast, anyone? With student loan debt burdens, the scars of the Great Recession, and limited housing supply, the myth is rooted in some real challenges for millennials. However, despite these challenges, millennials are not only interested in homeownership, they are the primary reason that the homeownership…

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    Birmingham Realtors & Greater Alabama MLS welcome new CEO

    The Birmingham Association of REALTORS (BAR) Board of Directors welcomes Dr. Dawn Kennedy as CEO of the nearly 4,000-member association and its multiple listing service. She begins her position as Association Executive on March 19. "These are exciting times," said 2018 BAR President Kim Mangham-Barelare. "We’ve chosen a CEO who will take us to new heights." Mangham-Barelare said she is impressed with Kennedy’s passion for the real estate industry and her dedication to providing quality education and services to members. "She is a burst of energy and sunshine, someone who is always looking for ways to improve relations and to grow the individual agents, whether they be residential or commercial…