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Considering a move to Huntsville, Madison, or anywhere else in North Alabama? The Davis Team at New South Realtors is happy to be your tour guide. North Alabama has something to offer everyone. Hungry?  There is no shortage of great food to tempt you palate such as local breweries, barbeque, southern style cooking, and new restaurant concepts.   If you are an outdoor enthusiast then look no further than our lakes, rivers, and hiking trails. Prefer shopping? Take time to explore our unique boutiques, antique stores, and outdoor shopping. From locally made to designer goods, we have got you covered.


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U.S. Space and Rocket Center

The U.S. space program began in Huntsville and what better place to host the worlds largest space

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More great things coming to Huntsville. Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama announced it will create 450 new jobs in Huntsville. This will bring it's investment in the Huntsville plant upwards of $1 billion.

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Twin Peaks restaurant has now officially opened their doors in Huntsville. They are located next to the new MidCity Huntsville development which is currently under construction. If you like sports then this is the place to be. It will feature 61 HD flat screen TV's and 32 beers on tap. In addition, they will have two full bars. Come hungry because they have an extensive menu available for lunch and dinner. Be sure to check them out. Normal business hours will begin February 23, 2019.


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Whether we are helping someone rent an apartment for $800 or selling their home for $2 million, every person and every story is unique. THE DAVIS TEAM makes it our goal to understand that story—the client’s motivations, needs and desires—in order to help them.”    Looking back over our career….We realize life events are what stimulate real estate transactions, not trends and not campaigns. We know life events because our clients are our friends. We’re there for them because we want to be there for them.  That’s how we adopted our slogan …..CLIENTS ONCE, FRIENDS FOREVER!

-Caroline Davis

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More growth and more jobs are expected in Huntsville by the FBI in the coming years, U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby said Monday, as construction continues on a sprawling campus inside the gates of Redstone Arsenal.

Shelby, speaking to about 900 business and community leaders at a Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce breakfast, said the FBI investment could eventually reach $1 billion.

Such a project would be on par with the Mazda Toyota Manufacturing USA development in Huntsville, which promises a $1.6 billion development and 4,000 jobs.

“Huntsville is on fire,” Shelby told the breakfast audience at the Von Braun Center. “You know that. The whole area is on fire economically. You’re attracting

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Posted on Monday, October 15th, 2018 at 3:52 pm.

By Lucy Berry DeButy 

October 12, 2018

It was only two years ago that Councilman Will Culver invited young professionals to a private event to introduce a new “city within a city” in the Huntsville community.

That vision was MidCity Huntsville, a live, work, play development surrounded by parks, plazas and walkable streets. The project — executed by Huntsville real estate firm RCP Companies — would supplant Madison Square Mall, a nearly 1 million-square-foot enclosed shopping center that had fallen on hard times after years of neglect along University Drive.

Today, MidCity is one of the largest active commercial real estate developments in the

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala - Has your rent increased this year? If it has, you're not alone. According to a recent study from CoStar, Huntsville's rent prices for multi-family housing are rising at one of the fastest paces in the nation.

The study published says since January of this year, rent in Huntsville has gone up 6.5%. Only three cities in the country have risen at a higher rate, Las Vegas, Reno, and Phoenix.

There is a caveat to this, it only includes cities with 20,000 units or more.

Officials from Huntsville's Board of Realtors are not surprised by the study.

"The rental market is definitely higher priced than the sales market," Board treasurer, Issac Winkles said. Winkles also owns Alabama

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