Birmingham/Shelby County Home Sales Update

The Birmingham and Shelby county real estate market offers lots of styles, locations and prices to choose from

Birmingham and Shelby county offer a large inventory of homes, like this house on a lake in Chelsea.

Just how many choices do you have when it comes to finding a home in the Birmingham and Shelby county, Alabama area? The answer is: A lot!

Here’s a look at the number of homes for sale in a few different parts of Shelby and Jefferson counties, as of October 24, 2008, from the Birmingham Area Multiple Listing Service:

  • By City:
  • Alabaster: 391
    Calera: 264
    Chelsea: 244
    Helena: 267
    Hoover: 990
    Montevallo: 96
    Pelham: 339
    Vestavia: 331

  • By Neighborhood:
  • Old Cahaba (Helena): 43
    Ballantrae (Pelham): 65
    Riverchase (Hoover): 50
    Wild Timber (Pelham): 7
    Savannah Pointe (Calera): 31
    Saddle Lake Farms (Alabaster): 9
    Stonehaven (Pelham): 20

    Needless to say, the numbers certainly show that you’ve got a lot of choices if you’re thinking of buying a home in the Birmingham or Shelby county area. Whatever the style, whatever the price you want to pay and whatever the neighborhood you’d like to be in, there are options aplenty. Let us know if we can help…


    About David Black

    Colleen and David Black love what they do, and that's helping people who want to buy or sell homes in the Birmingham and Shelby Co. area achieve their dreams...

    Posted on October 24, 2008, in Real Estate and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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