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Land for Sale in Alabama
Land for sale in Alabama
For anyone looking for land for sale in Alabama, Southeastern Land Group should be your go-to resource. We are a land and farm brokerage company that makes a point of providing the best services and results possible for customers when it comes to buying or selling rural property. Our company began as AlaLandCo in 2003, with a specific focus on assisting clients with land for sale in Alabama. Through the years, our company has been able to grow by adding high-quality employees and in 2015 AlaLandCo became Southeastern Land Group. Along with the name change, our company expanded into working across the southeast into states surrounding Alabama.
We work across the state with land for sale near all of Alabama’s major cities including Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile, Huntsville, Tuscaloosa, Hoover, Dothan, Decatur, and Auburn. We also have an extensive portfolio of rural land across the state including in the Alabama Black Belt, the Canebrake region, the Wiregrass Region, and the Tennessee Valley. Whether you are looking for hunting land, timberland, or other types of rural land, our extensive portfolio includes options in all parts of the state.
Southeastern Land Group also has a large portfolio of land for sale on or near Alabama’s extensive system of lakes and rivers. We specialize in properties near Lake Martin, the Tennessee River, Smith Lake, the Coosa River, the Tombigbee River, the Alabama River, and Lake Logan Martin.
Alabama also has a great network of national and state parks. There are many excellent options for hunting, timber, and water activities near Bankhead National Forest near Double Springs, Conecuh National Forest near Andalusia, Talladega National Forest, and Tuskegee National Forest. To find land near Alabama’s State Parks, just use our interactive map to search the following counties:
- Blue Springs State Park in Barbour County
- Buck’s Pocket State Park in Dekalb, Jackson, and Marshall Counties
- Cathedral Caverns State Park in Marshall County
- Cheaha State Park in Clay and Cleburne County
- Chewacla State Park in Lee County
- DeSoto State Park in Cherokee and DeKalb Counties
- Frank Jackson State Park in Covington County
- Gulf State Park in Baldwin County
- Joe Wheeler State Park in Lauderdale and Lawrence Counties
- Lake Guntersville State Park in Marshall County
- Lake Lurleen State Park in Tuscaloosa County
- Lakepoint Resort State Park in Barbour County
- Meaher State Park in Baldwin County
- Monte Sano State Park in Madison County
- Oak Mountain State Park Shelby County
- Rickwood Caverns State Park in Blount County
- Wind Creek State Park in Tallapoosa County
Whether you’re selling or buying rural land in Alabama, you need a team by your side with an understanding of the various factors that affect land value. Some of these important factors can include timber value, wildlife population, fencing, ponds and pond sites, agricultural value, large tract subdivision potential, small tract subdivision potential, soil type, pasture value, adjacent properties, creek and river frontage, existing structures, interior road and trail systems, school districts, county and state road frontage, subsurface value, views, and topography. These are just a handful of the common factors that Southeastern Land Group considers when working with you as a client.
When something comes up that we can’t handle in-house, Southeastern Land Group has a network of service providers that we work with closely to meet your needs. We have connections with land lenders, closing attorneys, foresters, real estate investment trusts, bankers, government agents, 1031 exchange intermediaries, surveyors, excavators, farmers, bankers, and appraisers.
For buying or selling rural property in Alabama, Southeastern Land Group is here to provide you with the great service you deserve. We’ll work with your land needs to assist you in finding the right property or buyer. Besides Alabama, our team of professional land brokers and agents are licensed to help buy or sell property in Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, Tennessee, and South Carolina.