WIRE News through 8/25  Volume 7, Issue 32
Alabama & the United States
ACRE Report: Statewide home sales in July climb 7 percent over last year
30-Year US Mortgage Rate Reaches 2017 Low
High Demand for Home Buyer Boot Camps
Young Luxury Buyers Want 'Hippie' Amenities
Report: Kids Have Big Say in Real Estate
Biggest Challenges for Brokerages
Technology, Inventory and Competition Among Firms' Top Challenges: Realtors® Survey
More Foreign Buyers Purchased in Cities/Suburbs Than in Resort Areas
North Alabama - Huntsville, Florence, Gadsden, Muscle Shoals, Cullman
ACRE Report: Huntsville July home sales grow 8 percent over last year
Chick-fil-A to Open Second Decatur Restaurant 
ACRE Report: Huntsville July home sales grow 8 percent over last year
Gov. Kay Ivey gives space center $10M for cyber camp, new building
Huntsville among Boeing locations to perform design work on new missile
Luxury apartments coming to Bridge Street Town Centre
Straight to Ale brewery closing Huntsville's first taproom
Books-a-Million closing Madison location
Huntsville's Amanda Howard Real Estate ranks on Inc. 5000
North Central - Birmingham-Hoover, Anniston, Walker County
What's Next for Downtown Birmingham
ACRE Report: Birmingham July home sales rise slightly over 2016
Bham Firm Makes $22 Million Dollar Charlotte Purchase 
BJCC to host Central Alabama Conference & Realtor/Affiliate Expo
Shoppe Birmingham, a garden shop, to open in Forest Park
UAB Hospital opens new outpatient clinics following $10.8 million Whitaker renovation
Woodfin, Bell to square off in mayoral runoff
Experts weigh in on what's next for downtown Birmingham
Barbecue restaurant on 280 to open under new ownership
AT&T expands fiber optic network in Birmingham metro area
Major Bham redevelopment project should start soon
A closer look at cost-burdened renters in Birmingham
Hoover's new Finley Center lands a new tenant
I-65 widening receives green light
Cajun restaurant opening in Birmingham suburb
Chick-fil-A entering Sylacauga market
Shelby, Jefferson counties in top 10 for incoming investment
South Central - Montgomery, Auburn, Lake Martin, Phenix City
New Alabama freshman dorm being built by Montgomery firm
Opelika gets a big Lyft with new rider service
Tuskegee construction program gets accreditation
West Alabama - Tuscaloosa
Stillman College to open veterans' center
Wiregrass - Dothan, Troy, Andalusia
Blakely native Stan Houston brings Hollywood home
4 inducted into Dothan Business Hall of Fame
Gulf Coast - Mobile, Baldwin County, Gulf Shores
Undeveloped bay-connected property hits market at $15M
Health system buys large tract in Baldwin County, eyes new complex
Airbus achieves a global first with Mobile production of its hot A320
Foley aerospace plant dedicates expansion that will bring 260 new jobs
Education & Networking Opportunities
Central Alabama Conference & Realtor/Affiliate Expo
 Sept. 6-7 (Birmingham)
 
Central Alabama CRE Symposium 
November 17 @ The Harbert Center (Birmingham) 

News from Alabama's Real Estate Organizations
Cabinet Member Highlight
Southeast Gas was formed in January of 1952 to provide natural gas service to the cities of Andalusia, Abbeville, Brundidge, Dothan, Elba, Enterprise, Eufaula, Fort Deposit, Greenville, Headland, Luverne, Opp, Ozark and Troy. Each of those cities owned, and still owns, an equal share of the gas district, and continues to be represented equally on the Southeast Gas Board of Directors.
 
Southeast Gas now serves 30,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers in 34 communities throughout the Southeast quadrant of Alabama.
 

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ACRE's core purpose is to advance the real estate industry in Alabama by providing relevant resources in the areas of research, education and outreach.
 

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