Everyone involved with Big Oak Ranch knows just how important it is for children to have support in a loving home. Over the last 47 years, they’ve changed the lives of 2,000 children—and they aren’t stopping anytime soon. Thanks to contributions from RealtySouth’s 150 Top Producers, they’re able to make an even bigger impact than before.
On Tuesday, March 9, 150 Top Producers celebrated their success by giving back to a charity of their choice: Big Oak Ranch. Find out how three top producers got their start in real estate and see what Big Oak Ranch means to them.
Working in real estate is no small feat. It takes hard work, patience, passion and teamwork. We recently caught up with three RealtySouth agents to find out more about their careers including company culture, challenges they face, rewards they experience and advice they have for future agents. Here’s what we learned:
Around the time many of us started #shelteringinplace, some of our Birmingham-area neighbors heard the call to service on the COVID-19 frontlines in New York City. We’ve got one really fun video from a Birmingham-based travel nurse and the personal stories of three others who answered the call. Keep reading for all the details.
On December 19, fifty children from Big Oak Ranch took a field trip out to the amazing ZooLight Safari lightshow at the Birmingham Zoo. Learn more about Big Oak Ranch and why this was such a big deal for the children!
A chill is in the air and Halloween is upon us, Birmingham. What better way to celebrate than to go explore some of Birmingham’s very own spooky spots? Below is a list of places where things go bump in the night… get a friend, hop in the car, and check them out, if you dare!
Moving to a new city (even to our beloved Birmingham) can be tough, no matter how excited you are about the change. We spoke with one family, the Averys, who recently relocated to the Birmingham area from Pennsylvania.
We’re lucky to have so many walkable neighborhoods here in Birmingham. School has just started back, which means kiddos are out and about walking to school across town, from Glen Iris to Roebuck Springs, to Avondale, Homewood, Mountain Brook and beyond. One new Birmingham resident told us how her RealtySouth agent opened her eyes to walkability in Birmingham, and what walking to school means for her and her kids.
More than twenty years ago, Erle Morring gave Birmingham realtor Sylvia Crawford a call. He wanted to look at a home in Southside, and the RealtySouth agent happily showed it to him. Little did they know, this was the start of a decades-long friendship that would also lead to a new career for Morring.
It’s a great time to sell a home in Birmingham. But to get the most bang for your buck, there are some faux pas to avoid. We spoke with RealtySouth about mistakes homeowners should steer clear of when listing.
We all know that buying or selling a house in Birmingham, or anywhere for that matter, can be intimidating. With the right help, it doesn’t have to be! My husband and I found the perfect home for us, thanks to the help of realtor Brian Boehm with RealtySouth.
When first-time home buyer Erin Helton first stepped into her Bluff Park home in 2013, she looked past the paneling and dated carpet. Instead she saw a home that was clean and well maintained, one that she could easily make livable, with the goal of doing more home renovations down the road.
On Tuesday, March 5, top-performing RealtySouth agents got a first glimpse at the furnished downtown loft they adopted for one year through the nonprofit Red Mountain Grace. Find out how it will help patients and families staying in Birmingham for medical care.