Alabaster, Helena & Calera: Good Places To Live
Here’s yet another reason to show why Shelby county is such a good place to live…
Money Magazine has placed Alabaster,Â Calera and Helena in its top 100 Best Places to Live for 2009.
Alabaster’s steady construction and housing markets were noted by the magazine, while Helena gets praise for its housing market, along with cultural activities, scenery, and historical charm.
Calera was cited for its low crime rate and strong community values…
Of course, folks who live in these communities already know what a good place Shelby county is to live.Â Slowly, but surely, the word is getting out.
Housing inventory is plentiful right now:Â There are 366 properties presently available for sale in the Alabaster, Maylene and Saginaw areas, while 524 are for sale in Helena and Pelham (Shelby Co.).
Add interest rates for 30-year fixed loans around the 5.125% range, and it all spells a great opportunity to buy a home in the Shelby county and Birmingham market…
Posted on July 14, 2009, in Real Estate, Shelby Co. General and tagged alabama, alabaster, birmingham, calera, call on colleen, charm, colleen black, construction, cultural activities, david black, Helena, historical, home for sale, housing, keller williams, keller williams realty metro south, money magazine, real estate agent, realtor, scenery, shelby county. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.