Bham Real Estate Guru’s Give Two Cents on Next Hot Spot…

Is your neighborhood a hot bed for future homeowners? If you live in Homewood, Avondale, or South Side, your property may become more valuable in the near future.

See what the rising stars of Bham real estate say about the continuous growth.
A look at Birmingham from Railroad Park
A look at Birmingham from Railroad Park

Within 5 years, the skyline in Birmingham will be different in some ways, and the same in others. As the Pizitz building continues renovation, and the plans for Five Points new “multi-family” community revs up, the future continues to look bright.

To hear it from the professionals, here is what some proclaimed, to the BBJ, about our real estate:


“Birmingham is now growing toward the core of the city. I believe all the neighborhoods that provide convenience and proximity to the amenities of the center city will continue to be the areas that continue growth in Birmingham for many years.”

– Lynlee Hughes Realtor, H2 Real Estate.


“We all see the newer developments in the Parkside District, Second Avenue North strip, Lakeview, and Avondale. Those areas change almost daily with how much activity is happening. I think they will just continue to expand and fill the ‘tweener’ markets.”

– Ali Wilburn, Associate Broker, Shannon Waltchack.


“In my opinion, the eastern area, more specifically Trussville, has seen a significant increase in property values and homes sold in the last few years. With its close proximity to downtown and award winning schools, you can’t go wrong moving there.”

– Kevin Sargent, Managing Broker, Brik Realty.


“I’d love to say Woodlawn/East Lake. There’s so much potential, but it’s still seven to 10 years out. Right now, there are a lot of infill opportunities in the area around Regions Field that will see more redevelopment. There’s also good momentum around the BJCC.”

– Joseph Sedita, Associate Broker, Southpace Properties.


“Watching Avondale transform has been a catalyst to other great companies investing in downtown redevelopment. I believe the downtown area will continue to ‘come back’ over the next several years.”

– Mark Byers Jr., senior property manager, gkhouses.


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Author: Wade Cline

Marketing Producer at Bham Now, Tech Junkie, Foodie, Bham Lover, Movie Snob, Wannabe Quantum Physicist. You can likely find me either at Trim Tab Brewing or O'henry's Coffee in Homewood.