Mobile, AL Real Estate
All of the newest information about Mobile AL homes for sale and the suburban areas that come into play when living on the Gulf Coast of Alabama. Mobile AL is a progressive town with an estimated population of 195,111+/- for the area of Mobile proper. During the last few years, Mobile has attracted large companies to relocate in Mobile, which some people say are game changers for the area. Most of these workers relocating to the area are in the market for homes for sale in Mobile AL.
First there was ThyssenKrupp AG, which was the largest business to move to the Mobile area in forty years. Located in North Mobile County employs 2,000+ ThyssenKrupp AG was sold in 2014 to two firms which are the first and second largest steel mills in the world joined to become AM/NS Calvert. Next Austal USA landed a $3.5 Billion dollar government contract to build ships for the Navy, to employ 2,000+ workers in the next few years. Also, besides, the previous contract Austal USA was awarded a $51 Million dollar contract in December 2015.
Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley is expanding to accommodate the new Airbus U.S.A. Manufacturing Facility in the Aerospace Hub. The assembly plant began assembly of airplanes in July 2015 and will roll out finished planes in 2016. Mobile AL homes for sale communities are busy building homes to accommodate all of the new "Alabamians". Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility is building the A320, A21, and A19 and is expected to produce between 40 and 50 aircraft per year by 2018.
This is just the beginning of the fantastic growth happening in Mobile Alabama. All of this new industry brings many auxiliary companies to provide equipment and services for all of these businesses. There will be an increased need for real estate in Mobile for land for companies to build infrastructure and homes for sale in Mobile. Mobile is a city on the move!
With all of this growth comes the demand for housing for families moving into the area, Daphne AL homes for sale and homes for sale in Spanish Fort AL are favorites because only ten miles of water in Mobile Bay separates Mobile AL and the cities of Spanish Fort and Daphne AL. Mobile AL Homes for sale, in suburban areas, include several bedroom communities which are an easy drive into Mobile for work. And all the attractions like Mobile Carnival Museum gives you glimpse into the history of Mardi Gras, The Battleship Memorial Park on the Causeway, Fort Conde exhibits replicas of this historic fort and the new Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center on Mobile Bay.
To the north of Mobile, is a very modern city, Saraland AL, which is the only city school system in Mobile County. Saraland AL homes for sale are sought out because many families with school age children want to enroll their children in Saraland's excellent schools. Semmes AL is to the northwest of Mobile, buyer of Semmes AL homes for sale find that since Semmes is a somewhat rural area, they are likely to find Mobile AL homes for sale in Semmes they get more for their money.
West Mobile AL homes for sale are excellent choices with the lower density of population west of I-65, workers in Mississippi prefer living in the West Mobile area for the good schools and abundant housing. West Mobile AL has many good choices for shopping, eating out and entertainment. Mobile AL homes for sale are likely to find larger lots and more open space with all of the new developments. Theodore AL homes for sale offers waterfront property that can range from small fish camps to large waterfront mansions with all of the bells and whistles. Water sports and fishing are a way of life on the waterways like Fowl River and Hall's Mills Creek, which runs into Dog River.
If you desire a quaint small town where time stands still you may be attracted to Fairhope AL homes for sale, for years economics have studied trying to figure out how a small town like Fairhope can grow and prosper without major industry. Fairhope's founders felt that Fairhope was living where they would have a "Fair hope of happiness," residents love the ambiance and charm of Fairhope with it's locally owned businesses that are protected by the by-laws and covenants of the Single Tax founders put into place. Fairhope is about 25 miles from Mobile homes for sale and is a natural drive for residents in Fairhope to drive to Mobile for work or business.
About forty miles from Mobile homes for sale you will find one of the hot spots for growth in Baldwin County. New construction in Foley homes for sale is very affordable with reasonable homeowner insurance rates even though Foley AL is only approximately 15-20 miles from Gulf Shores. There are many things to do in the area, shopping at the Tanger Outlet Malls, Railway Museum with a model train exhibit, the Foley Art Center and Magnolia Springs Golf and RV Hideaway.
Barbara S. Reeves
Associate Broker REALTOR®
RE/MAX By The Bay
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