Birmingham, Alabama


Sample Units:

Why This Provider?

Neighborhoods vary street to street and block to block. This provider lives and works in Birmingham, they know the city inside and out—which neighborhoods are on the rise, which areas are more cash-flow-centric and which are more appreciation plays. Their boots-on-the-ground approach, along with granular local market knowledge, allows them to hone in on the most profitable B and B+ class properties in the Birmingham region, neighborhoods that attract stable, long-term tenants with solid employment.
The thorough renovations done on these properties include:
  • New HVAC system (15-year warranty, 15-20 year life)
  • New Like-Wood Vinyl Flooring (20-year life)
  • Refinishing of Existing Hardwoods (8-12 year life)
  • New Tin Roof (40-year life)
  • New Water Heater (10-year life)
  • New Granite Countertops
  • New Kitchen and Bath Fixtures
  • New Window Treatments
  • Updated Landscaping
The rehab and property management firms are under the same umbrella company.


Property Management:

This provider put in the work to find the right tenants. This means lower tenant turnover, fewer move-outs, and lower average move-out costs as well as minimal vacancy.

  • They have successfully provided cash flowing properties to GRE followers since 2015
  • They offer in-house management for a low management fee
  • They find the best properties, only 1% of properties reviewed meet their standards for purchase
  • Average Time to First Lease: 32 Days
  • Average Time Between Tenants: 43
  • Days Average Length of Stay: 2.3 Years
  • Current Occupancy Rate: 95%
  • Current Maintenance Rate: 3.7%


Market Profile:

Birmingham was originally an industrial city in the South but has quickly turned to a modern city that still maintains its historic charm. The Birmingham-Hoover MSA is home to over 250,000 millennials which is the quickly becoming the largest workforce in the U.S. More than $1 billion in capital investments have recently come into the downtown Birmingham area and many companies and distribution centers have come to the area over the past decade. Some of these include multiple Amazon Fulfillment Centers, the UAB Proton Therapy Center and Carvana.

Quick Facts:

  • In any geographic market, an investor must consider: population growth, economic growth and diversity of industry. Birmingham, Alabama has them all.
  • This city is growing in biotechnology, IT, corporate research and development, communications, manufacturing, transportation, mining, health care, finance, and education.
  • Learn more about why Forbes, CNN Money, and Rent Range have all indicated that Birmingham, AL is poised for prosperity. Alabama has become the #1 state for per capita foreign investment – not New York or California!
  • Capture this wave with a turnkey provider that provides investors with a premium income-generating property and a “peace of mind” experience. Get their free report to learn more and connect with available cash-flowing Birmingham property.

Population: 209,403
Metro Size: 1,114,262

GDP Per Capita: $49,715
Cost of Living75.3
Area: 149.54 sq. miles
Elevation: 643ft
Region: The South
Time Zone: Central (GMT-5)






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