Real Estate Sales & Development

Baldwin County October Housing Report Released

Baldwin County October Housing Report Released

November 13, 2020
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According to Baldwin REALTORS’ Baldwin County’s October 2020 Housing Report, all areas of Baldwin County experienced a positive month for real estate, based on Baldwin REALTORS’ Multiple Listing Service statistics. The stats show significant year-over-year total sales revenue for both the “Resort” and “Traditional Residential” areas of the county. “Resort” saw almost a $20-million increase,…

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Real Estate Roundup

Real Estate Roundup

November 6, 2020
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AL.com recently reported the following real estate transactions: The Square, the newest mixed use development on Highway 59 in Gulf Shores, is almost completely leased, according to Angie and David Swiger of Swiger & Co. Realtors – tenants include Brookman’s Smokehouse, A Sweet Secret Bakery & Cafe, David’s Gallery, Swiger Studio-Art Gallery, OB Vapors, The…

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Baldwin Realtors Forms Foundation, Receives Grant

Baldwin Realtors Forms Foundation, Receives Grant

October 30, 2020
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After Hurricane Sally, Baldwin REALTORS® leadership formed the Baldwin REALTORS Foundation. According to a press release, forming the foundation provided an opportunity for the group to receive the National Association of REALTORS’ (NAR) REALTORS Relief Foundation Grant of $200,000 to assist anyone in the county who has suffered loss to a primary residence from the…

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Real Estate Roundup

Real Estate Roundup

October 30, 2020
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AL.com recently reported the following real estate transactions: The Wharf in Orange Beach welcomes Thompson Engineering, The Coastal Leaders Property Group, HUK, Poppy’s Boutique, Maho Bay Co., Local LIfe OBA and Coastal Athletics, according to Jeff Barnes and Steadman Bethea of Stirling Properties; P.S. Taco Co. has leased 2,812 ft2 of space at 7899 Cottage…

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Real Estate Roundup

October 23, 2020
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Al.com recently reported the following real estate transactions. The Cook Out restaurant chain paid $952,000 for 1.15 acres in front of Publix at Riviera Square on McKenzie Street in Foley, according to Vallas Realty. The former Dumbwaiter restaurant building at 58 North Section Street in Fairhope has been sold to California investors who plan to…

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EXIT Realty Hires

October 16, 2020
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According to the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce, EXIT Realty-affiliated offices in Baldwin County have announced the addition of new team members: Amy DiMario, Brandy Thomley and Byron Taylor have joined EXIT Allstar Gulf Coast Realty at 28600 Highway 98, Suite K in Daphne; Amie Murphy, John Murphy, Karly Dunlap and Patricia Rosales have joined…

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Local Market Holding Strong

Local Market Holding Strong

October 16, 2020
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According to the University of South Alabama Mitchell College of Business Center for Real Estate and Economic Development’s September 2020 Mobile Bay Economic Snapshot, some commercial real estate categories have done better in 2020 versus 2019. While 2019 was a strong year for multifamily sales, this category has also performed well this year. Surprisingly, 2020…

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New Developments Coming To Mobile And Baldwin Counties

October 9, 2020
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According to a recent report fromAL.com, the following developments are scheduled for our area: Love’s Travel Stops & Country Store has leased 15 acres at the northwest quadrant of McDonald Road, Interstate 10 and County Farm Road in Irvington, according toVallas Realty; Chicken Salad Chick franchise owners plan to open their fifth location in Gateway…

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Austal is Expanding

September 18, 2020
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Austal recently announced that it completed a previously announced deal, purchasing 15 acres of waterfront property, AL.com reported. The land and facilities, on the west side of the Mobile River, will assist in diversifying Austal’s Mobile shipyard, allowing post-delivery service and steel construction. The seller, Modern American Recycling and Repair Services of Alabama, will continue…

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Africatown Project Proposed

August 14, 2020
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A proposed project for Africatown called Africatown Heritage House encompasses a 5,000-ft2 building that would house the Clotilda slave ship exhibit, AL.com reports. It would be located at the southwest corner of Wimbush and Whitley streets, behind the Robert L. Hope Community Center.

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