<img height="1" width="1" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=113643043990058&amp;ev=PageView &amp;noscript=1">


Birmingham Real Estate Investment

Turnkey Investing in the City of Birmingham, AL

 

Why Should I Invest in Birmingham Real Estate?

Birmingham, Alabama, is one of the nation’s fastest-growing markets for real estate investors. Beyond its rich cultural history as the starting point for the American Civil Rights Movement, the city has grown into a state-of-the-art medical research hub. REI Nation is pleased to have a stake in the Birmingham buy-and-hold market and to help investors get the most out of its longtime potential.

Choosing REI Nation to be your turnkey investing company affords you the opportunity to truly soak in the Birmingham real estate market for all its worth. With access to portfolio advisors with over twenty years of experience and our own property management team, you can have all of the services you need under one roof — and know that you won’t be steered in the wrong direction.

 

Birmingham At-A-Glance

1.2 Million

Metro Population

109

US City Population Rank

26.3%

Renter Population

$58,366

Mean Household
Income

 $175K - $205K

REI Nation
Avg. Home Price

$1,095

REI Nation
Avg. Monthly Rent

 

In the Business of Job Creation

The Birmingham job market is one of the best in the country. In 2020, Forbes included the city in its top 10 most promising job markets and the city is only projected to expand further into the new decade. In addition, the industrial job market is preparing to launch a series of massive projects in conjunction with a few speculative projects on the horizon as well. To top it off, Alabama’s business climate was ranked as one of the best in the nation.

Companies That Call Birmingham Home

Among some of the big-name companies that call Birmingham home and employ thousands, are:

  • Alabama Power Company
  • American Cast Iron Pipe Co. Inc.
  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama
  • Compass Bank
  • Regions Financial Corporation
  • Reliance Partners
  • UAB Hospital
  • University of Alabama at Birmingham

Steel, Healthcare, Banks, and Construction

Gone are the days that Birmingham relies solely on the iron and steel industry for economic progress. Today, the medical industry, finance, research, and government sectors all contribute to the city’s bustling economy. UAB is the area's largest employer and the second-largest in Alabama, with a workforce of over 23,000. With leading banking centers like Regions and BBVA Compass, and construction firm powerhouses like BE&K and B.L. Harbert International, it’s no surprise that the city continues to attract new residents with its many ample opportunities.

Quality of Life

There’s more to Birmingham’s abundant job opportunities — Birmingham has one of the highest qualities of life. Throughout the years, Birmingham has time and time again been ranked as one of the nation’s best places to work and it’s not hard to see why. A low cost of living paired with a competitive salary is one of the predominant reasons the city’s population continues to skyrocket.


Ready to learn how to get started with

REI Nation?

Schedule a call with a Portfolio Advisor to learn more!

 

 

The Sights and Sounds of Birmingham

Birmingham is a vibrant city with a distinctly Deep South culture juxtaposed with a complex Upper South influence that has shaped the city for centuries. The result is a diverse, culturally rich hotspot with a multicultural metropolitan area that’s hard to ignore. Lovingly referred to as “Dinner Table of the South,” Birmingham also offers unique dining experiences with a reputation of being one of the best.

History & Tourism

As the stomping grounds of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the Birmingham Campaign in 1963, Birmingham holds an important place in history that attracts visitors from all over the world today. The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute is an educational and cultural research center that is one of the city’s most visited locations. In addition, the city is home to many other historical landmarks within the Birmingham Civil Rights District. Botanical gardens, art museums, and the Railroad Park are just a few more exceptional attractions Birmingham has to offer.

 

 

Birmingham Resources

 

Explore Other Turnkey Markets

 

Let's Go!