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Alabama Real Estate Resources

Alabama Association of REALTORS®
522 Washington Avenue
Montgomery, Alabama 36104
(334) 262-3808 - (800) 446-3808 - Fax (334) 263-9650
Alabama Real Estate Commission
1201 Carmichael Way
Montgomery, AL 36106-3674
(334) 242-5544 - TTY (334) 396-0064 - Fax (334) 270-9118
Alabama Gulf Coast Real Estate
Three Palms Real Estate Experts can Guide you in finding your Home, Beachfront Condo, Land, or Investment Property along the Alabama Gulf Coast including Gulf Shores, Fort Morgan and Orange Beach.
Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Real Estate for Sale
The Beachman can help you find real estate, Beachfront condos, Bayfront homes or investment property along the Gulf Coast of Alabama including Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and Fort Morgan.
Vacation Rentals in Gulf Shores Alabama
Youngs SunCoast Realty and Vacation Rentals have Beach Houses and Condos available in Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, Fort Morgan, AL, and Perdido Key, FL for a perfect golf and beach vacation!

Alabama is in the southern United States with a population of 4.4 million as of 2000. The capital of Alabama is Montgomery. Birmingham is the largest city.

Other large cities include Mobile, Decatur, Huntsville, and Tuscaloosa. Other cities include Alabaster, Albertville, Alexander City, Anniston, Athens, Auburn, Bessemer, Daphne, Dothan, Enterprise, Florence, Gadsden, Homewood, and Hoover.

Alabama was once claimed by the Spaniards as part of Florida. The English claimed it as part of the province of Carolina. When the French took over Louisiana they also took over the territory including Alabama. When the United States acquired the Louisiana Purchase and the Mississippi Territory, there was much controversy as to whether or not Alabama was included. In the end, Alabama became the 22nd state in 1819.