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27 cities with the fastest-growing home prices in Alabama

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When I ask people who buy and sell, it is said that real estate prices continue to rise.

High demand and limited supply due to worker and material issues have led buyers and investors to bid on affordable real estate prices, causing house prices to skyrocket.

Stacker Using data from, we have compiled a list of the fastest growing home-priced cities in various Alabama Metros. Zillow.. Cities are ranked by price fluctuations over the year as of April 2022. The graph in this story is Matplotlib.. Typical US home prices increased + 20.9% from last year to $ 334,141.

Click on the name of each city to see a complete list of that metropolitan area.

Here’s what they found:

Tuscaloosa

No.1-Lake View

Price change for one year: + $ 48,721 (+ 21.7%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 94,740 (+ 53.1%)

Typical Home Price: $ 273,178 (# 1 in the Most Expensive City on the Subway)

No.2-Northport

Price change for one year: + $ 36,736 (+ 16.4%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 83,159 (+ 46.9%)

Typical Home Price: $ 260,343 (The Second Most Expensive City on the Subway)

No. 3 – Ralph

Price change for one year: + $ 33,160 (+ 16.4%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 76,707 (+ 48.4%)

Typical Home Price: $ 235,209 (3rd Most Expensive City on the Subway)

Montgomery

No.1-Pike Road

Price change for one year: + $ 55,865 (+ 17.9%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 75,280 (+ 25.7%)

Typical Home Price: $ 367,773 (# 1 in the Most Expensive City on the Subway)

No.2-Eclectic

Price change for one year: + $ 43,671 (+ 15.3%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 106,640 (+ 47.8%)

Typical Home Price: $ 329,861 (Second Most Expensive City on the Subway)

No. 3 – Titus

Price change for one year: + $ 37,933 (+ 16.1%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 87,318 (+ 46.8%)

Typical Home Price: $ 273,965 (3rd Most Expensive City on the Subway)

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No.1-Dauphin Island

Price change for one year: + $ 85,306 (+ 23.5%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 180,791 (+ 67.4%)

Typical Home Price: $ 448,981 (# 1 in the Most Expensive City on the Subway)

No. 2 – Satsuma

Price change for one year: + $ 39,984 (+ 21.7%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 77,704 (+ 53.2%)

Typical Home Price: $ 223,872 (Second Most Expensive City on the Subway)

No. 3 – Sem’s

Price change for one year: + $ 35,060 (+ 19.6%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 69,643 (+ 48.4%)

Typical Home Price: $ 213,585 (3rd Most Expensive City on the Subway)

Huntsville

No. 1 – Owens Crossroads

Price change for one year: + $ 92,846 (+ 27.5%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 171,826 (+ 66.4%)

Typical Home Price: $ 430,441 (# 1 in the Most Expensive City on the Subway)

No. 2 – Girly

Price change for one year: + $ 78,820 (+ 30.4%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 146,483 (+ 76.4%)

Typical Home Price: $ 338,293 (3rd Most Expensive City on the Subway)

No. 3 – Madison

Price change for one year: + $ 71,197 (+ 24.6%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 144,077 (+ 66.4%)

Typical Home Price: $ 361,106 (Metro’s Second Most Expensive City)

Gadsden

No. 1 – Galant

Price change for one year: + $ 41,104 (+ 30.7%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 83,112 (+ 90.6%)

Typical Home Price: $ 174,860 (3rd Most Expensive City on the Subway)

No. 2 – Rainbow City

Price change for one year: + $ 40,790 (+ 25.2%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 75,079 (+ 58.9%)

Typical Home Price: $ 202,478 (Metro’s Second Most Expensive City)

No. 3 – Altoona

Price change for one year: + $ 40,016 (+ 34.4%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 80,365 (+ 105.7%)

Typical Home Price: $ 156,428 (7th Highest City on the Subway)

Dothan

No. 1 – Rehobes

Price change for one year: + $ 30,791 (+ 16.4%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 54,303 (+ 33.1%)

Typical Home Price: $ 218,253 (# 1 in the Most Expensive City on the Subway)

No. 2 – Pansies

Price change for one year: + $ 29,062 (+ 23.4%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 57,924 (+ 60.7%)

Typical Home Price: $ 153,299 (6th Most Expensive City on the Subway)

No. 3 – Avon

Price change for one year: + $ 27,588 (+ 21.4%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 44,557 (+ 39.8%)

Typical Home Price: $ 156,621 (5th Most Expensive City on the Subway)

Birmingham

No. 1 – Mountain Brook

Price change for one year: + $ 130,261 (+ 16.7%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 270,253 (+ 42.2%)

Typical Home Price: $ 910,816 (# 1 in the Most Expensive City on the Subway)

No. 2 – Indian Springs Village

Price change for one year: + $ 69,625 (+ 16.2%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 158,706 (+ 46.5%)

Typical Home Price: $ 499,840 (3rd Most Expensive City on the Subway)

No. 3 – Lake Purdy

Price change for one year: + $ 69,198 (+ 17.4%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 133,462 (+ 40.2%)

Typical Home Price: $ 465,815 (Metro’s Most Expensive City # 5)

Auburn

No. 1 – Waverly

Price change for one year: + $ 45,622 (+ 26.0%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 101,732 (+ 85.2%)

Typical Home Price: $ 221,072 (Fourth Highest City on the Subway)

No. 2 – Auburn

Price change for one year: + $ 38,697 (+ 13.9%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 100,212 (+ 46.2%)

Typical Home Price: $ 317,241 (# 1 in the Most Expensive City on the Subway)

No. 3 – Cassetter

Price change for one year: + $ 32,129 (+ 23.4%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 64,637 (+ 61.8%)

Typical Home Price: $ 169,218 (6th Most Expensive City on the Subway)

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No. 1 – Dauphin Island

Price change for one year: + $ 85,306 (+ 23.5%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 180,791 (+ 67.4%)

Typical Home Price: $ 448,981 (# 1 in Metro’s Most Expensive City)

No. 2 – Satsuma

Price change for one year: + $ 39,984 (+ 21.7%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 77,704 (+ 53.2%)

Typical Home Price: $ 223,872 (Second Most Expensive City on the Subway)

No. 3 – Sem’s

Price change for one year: + $ 35,060 (+ 19.6%)

Price change for 5 years: + $ 69,643 (+ 48.4%)

Typical Home Price: $ 213,585 (3rd Most Expensive City on the Subway)

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