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The past month’s chilly temperatures had no effect on Baldwin County real estate. Baldwin REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service (MLS) reports year-over-year increases in the total number of properties sold in January 2021 for both Resort and Traditional Residential areas of the county, as well as significant percentage drops for average days on market (DOM).

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Real estate market trends show 'big is better' amid pandemic: Sotheby's International Realty CEO

Feb. 03, 2021 - 5:25 - Sotheby's International Realty CEO Philip White provides insight into millennials entering the housing market and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on real estate

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The past month’s chilly temperatures had no effect on Baldwin County real estate. Baldwin REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service (MLS) reports year-over-year increases in the total number of properties sold in January 2021 for both Resort and Traditional Residential areas of the county, as well as significant percentage drops for average days on market (DOM).

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ROBERTSDALE, Ala. – Both new inventory and total sales increased for Baldwin County in the year-to-year comparison of November 2020, according to Baldwin REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service (MLS) statistics. Baldwin MLS reports a 13.4% increase in new inventory compared to November 2019. And together, the Traditional Residential area of Baldwin County and the Resort area had a total amount sold of $188,472,182 – a 10.5% increase compared to $170,598,912 in November 2019.

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It’s a scenic drive down County Road 3, past the bustle of downtown Fairhope and into the south end of town where the land, dappled with pines, pecans and oaks, rolls gently. The afternoon sun spills across the path to the Berglins’ dark green cottage, and the breeze carries with it crows from a distant rooster and wafts of smoldering charcoal. Rob is at it again, grilling enough chicken to feed an army. He’s like his mom, Brady says of her husband’s gift of cooking. But that’s not all he got from her.

“She had great taste and great design ideas,” Brady adds of her late mother-in-law. “Rob’s got an eye. We can be driving, and he will see something on the side of the road. He will slam on brakes to go look at it.” The dietician-by-trade says that…

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The air is crisp in autumn. Daylight dwindles. Colors fade into soft shades of earth. Animals gather and store food. Southerners unpack chili recipes, sweaters and boots. Even without the calendar’s glaring reminder, the change of season is evident, and it signals an inexplicable inclination to prepare for colder months. But as October and the desire to roost set in, one creature in particular is busier than ever to get out. 

By the time cooler temperatures kiss the Gulf, the Eastern monarch butterfly is already halfway through its 2,500-mile journey, headed to a place it has never seen before. It’s this instinctual migration, from as far north as Canada to the isolated mountaintops of Mexico and back, that makes it one of the most studied…

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There’s no holiday that’s more quintessentially American than Thanksgiving. Learn how it has evolved from its religious roots as Spanish and English days of feasting and prayer to become the football-watching, parade-marching, gut-stuffing event it is today.

1541: Spanish Explorers Hold a Feast

English settlers weren’t the first to celebrate a thanksgiving feast on American soil. According to the Texas Society Daughters of the American Colonists, the very first thanksgiving was observed by Spanish explorer Francisco Vasquez de Coronado. Accompanied by 1,500 men in full armor, Coronado left Mexico City in 1540 and marched north in search of gold. As the company camped in Palo Duro Canyon in 1541, Padre Fray Juan de Padilla called for a feast of…

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The 12 Most Bone-Chilling & Haunted Places in Alabama

 

Haunted places in Alabama open a doorway to a harrowing unknown — unexplained mysteries, terrifying ghostly encounters and paranormal entities clinging to their former lives. These apparitions lurk unseen, laying a dark, perturbing blanket over the atmosphere, heavy enough to keep you up all night. Some of us spend the month of October searching for this bone-chilling thrill, while others play it safe and just trick-or-treat. But, for those brave souls who celebrate Halloween seeking terror-filled, hair-raising scares, we bring you a few of the most haunted spots in Alabama. These are not for the faint of heart. Read on, if you dare …

12 of Alabama’s Most Haunted Places

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