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Regions of Alabama
Alabama is divided into four major regions. You will find all of Alabama's regions below. To search for foreclosures in a specific region, click on the region below or search our Alabama Map. The most popular region is the Central region, which is comprised of the highly populated Birmingham and Auburn areas. The Central region also includes other smaller towns such as Bellamy, Livingston, Linden and Melvin. The most beautiful region, is along the Gulf Coast which has fun and entertainment for all. Every region in Alabama has great real estate investment opportunity. Select your region and begin your search today.
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