Rent to Own Homes near Birmingham, AL

Top Reasons to Live in Birmingham AL

  • Birmingham is Alabama's largest city. The city was recently named an "All-America City" by the National Civic League, which recognizes cities for their innovation, civic engagement, inclusiveness and collaboration. Birmingham has an interesting history that includes a central role in the 1963 Civil Rights movement and a large iron and steel industry. Today, it is a modern city with a thriving health and finance industry. Birmingham has a population that is a little over 212,000. The median age is 35 years old, reflecting the fact the city has industries and jobs that appeal to young professionals. The city has pushed development projects to revitalize older areas, and these developments have been instrumental in encouraging people to move back into the city.

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3 Beds, 1 Bath on 28th Way N
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3 Beds, 1 Bath

Birmingham, AL 35207

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School: North Birmingham Elementary School
Grocery: North Birmingham Citgo
Restaurant: Ruth's Cafe
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2 Beds, 1 Bath on 79th Pl S
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2 Beds, 1 Bath

Birmingham, AL 35206

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School: Ossie Ware Mitchell Middle School
Grocery: Rugby Avenue Delicatessen Inc
Restaurant: Wings & Rings Restaurant
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3 Beds, 1 Bath on 50th Street Ensley
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3 Beds, 1 Bath

Birmingham, AL 35208

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School: Central Park Elementary School
Grocery: Youngs Food Mart
Restaurant: Dimarray
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1 Bed, 1 Bath on Avenue C
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1 Bed, 1 Bath

Birmingham, AL 35218

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School: Jesus Christ Christian School
Grocery: Ensley Seafood
Restaurant: Fairfield Seafood Restaurant
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3 Beds, 1 Bath on Rose Dr
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3 Beds, 1 Bath

Birmingham, AL 35215

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School: Martha Gaskins Middle School
Grocery: Roebuck Chevron
Restaurant: Grill Depot
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3 Beds, 2 Baths on Shiloh Ln
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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Birmingham, AL 35213

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School: Spring Valley School
Grocery: Anthony's Food Mart
Restaurant: Ore Restaurant
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2 Beds, 2 Baths on 6th Ct S
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2 Beds, 2 Baths

Birmingham, AL 35206

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School: Higdon Hill School
Grocery: Oporto Food Mart
Restaurant: Wings & Rings Restaurant
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3 Beds, 2 Baths on 8th Ave
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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Birmingham, AL 35224

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School: Restoration Academy
Grocery: Allen's One Stop
Restaurant: French Quarter Supper Club
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3 Beds, 2 Baths on 53rd St N
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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Birmingham, AL 35212

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School: Cornerstone Schools Of Alabama
Grocery: City Meats & Vegetables
Restaurant: Best Wings & Deli
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  • Housing Statistics 43 percent of the properties in Birmingham are rented, 41 percent are owned and 16 percent vacant. The median sale price for homes for the past 12 months is approximately $176,000. Most homes fall in the $46,000 to $92,000 range. There are plenty of apartments available in Birmingham, ranging from the converted old homes to brand-new high-rise apartments. In the city center, one-bedroom apartments will cost $800 and up. Outside the city center, there are apartments and homes for rent that cover the price spectrum from $200 to $2,000.
  • Arts and Culture Birmingham has a tremendous arts and entertainment industry. The annual Sidewalk Film Festival, Artwalk, and many other events are transforming Birmingham's image as a city living in the past into that of a city living in the throes of cultural awareness. Birmingham offers a mosaic of events throughout the year that includes concerts in the Railroad Reservation Park and at the Alys Robinson Stephens Center. Music is heard throughout the city as the Alabama Symphony plays at Jemison Hall, local bands play in nightclubs and coffee houses, and big-name celebrities appear in the Magic City Theater. Visual arts are found at the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame and the Birmingham Museum of Art. The Museum of Art has permanent collections of African, Asian, American, Native American and European art, ceramics and sculptures. In addition, it regularly hosts interesting, temporary exhibits like the "Who Shot History of Rock and Roll" collection of photographs and "Pompeii - Tales From an Eruption," which showcased artifacts from the ancient civilization.
  • Tourist AttractionsVisitors to Birmingham will find plenty to do because it is filled with attractions. The Birmingham Zoo and Botanical Gardens get avid public support and are delightful attractions promoting environmental sustainability and learning. The brand-new Regions Field baseball stadium, hosting the Birmingham Barons, a minor league baseball team, is next to the equally new Railroad Park -- 19 acres of downtown green space that won the ULI Urban Open Space Award.
  • Neighborhoods Birmingham has a lot of old, well-established areas in addition to the trendy downtown and a couple of expensive neighborhoods. Most of the recent population growth has occurred in the suburbs and outlying areas. Generally speaking, the east side of downtown is where renters and buyers will find the nicest and trendiest places. These neighborhoods can serve as an introductory guide.