WIRE News through 2/24   Volume 8, Issue 6
Alabama & the United States
ACRE Report: Alabama home sales ring in new year with 12 percent rise over 2016 (Alabama Newscenter)
Existing-home sales jump in January
Alabama Week in Real Estate 2/18 (REAL)
More than 1,000 bridges in Alabama deemed deficient (AL.com)
Embassy move to Jerusalem could benefit Alabama-based contractors
Stable growth for CRE expected in 2017
Existing home sales reach decade high
Alabama company buys defunct Maine power plant (BBJ)
The shape and the future of auto growth
North Alabama - Huntsville, Florence, Gadsden, Muscle Shoals, Cullman
ACRE Report: Morgan County January home sales ahead of last year's pace (Alabama Newscenter)
ACRE Report: Athens/Limestone County home sales off to fast start in 2017 (Alabama Newscenter)
ACRE Report: Huntsville home sales during 2016 rose 9 percent over previous year (Alabama Newscenter)
Tenders opening in former Little Paul's Barbecue spot in Huntsville (AL.com)
Fast-growing business incubator in former school expands (AL.com)
North Central - Birmingham Metro, Anniston, Walker County
Publix McCalla distribution center to open Wednesday (AL.com)
Restaurant from popular Birmingham sushi chef opens at The Summit (AL.com)
New pizza place, bar coming to Lakeview District (AL.com)
Robins & Morton celebrates grand opening at Choctaw Nation Regional Medical Clinic
National retailer takes space in Trussville (BBJ) 
Homewood's Surge Trampoline Park announces opening date (AL.com)
Publix opens distribution center in Birmingham, creates 300 jobs (Alabama Newscenter)
Report shows Birmingham economy slowly improving (BBJ)
Six things to know about CRE appraisals (BBJ)
Birmingham Commercial Realtors Council to hold annual meeting (BBJ)
In Pictures: Scenes from the BBJ's 2017 Top 40 Under 40 event at Iron City (BBJ)
Warrior Met Coal hiring up to 200 workers (AL.com)
Bibb County gets grant for Moller Tech improvements (AL.com)
New company to offer pedal tours of Birmingham (BBJ)
Professional hockey in Birmingham takes a step forward (BBJ)
South Central - Montgomery, Auburn, Lake Martin, Phenix City
Auburn council approves nearly $4M land purchase for recreational use
Freddy's Frozen Custard and Steakburgers coming to Opelika
Montgomery financial adviser joins exclusive group
$3.2B gas pipeline that runs through Ala. on target for June launch
West Alabama - Tuscaloosa
Tuscaloosa philanthropist, businessman Jack Warner dies at 99 (AL.com)
City council candidates discuss city's west side
The Bama Belle is cruising again
Ernest and Hadley Booksellers opens in Tuscaloosa
Downtown Tuscaloosa gets new coffee shop and eatery
Mercedes-Benz suppliers could hire 2,400 workers in Tuscaloosa County
Mercedes holds key to Alabama auto industry boom (Alabama Newscenter)
Wiregrass - Dothan, Troy, Andalusia
ACRE Report: Dothan starts 2017 strong with 16 percent year-over-year increase in home sales (Alabama Newscenter)
Dothan moving forward with $170K affordable housing study
Dothan moving forward with Brookside Drive bridge replacement
One of a kind jazz club opens in downtown Dothan
Wiregrass Works provides realistic experience for students
Gulf Coast - Mobile, Baldwin County, Gulf Shores
ACRE Report: Baldwin County begins 2017 with 19 percent growth in home sales from a year ago (Alabama Newscenter)
ACRE Report: Mobile home sales enjoy strong 2016 with 4 percent rise over 2015 (Alabama Newscenter)
Publix-anchored center announced for Gulf Breeze, Mobile's Vallas Realty involved in deal
Hot location brings big bucks (AL.com)
Education & Networking Opportunities
News from Alabama's Real Estate Organizations
AAR News: 2016 Winter President's Report
Cabinet Member Highlight
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