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What to Expect When Relocating to Maxwell AFB

If you’re planning a military relocation to Alabama’s River Region, it may help to learn a little bit about the area and how to prepare. Here’s what you can expect when relocating to Montgomery, Alabama and Maxwell AFB. Welcome to Montgomery, Alabama As the state capital of Alabama, Montgomery is home to just over 200,000…

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What to Know Before Buying a New Construction Home

These days, rather than scope out existing homes with a real estate agent, many veteran homeowners and first-time home buyers alike prefer buying new construction homes directly from a builder like Lowder New Homes. That said, the home buying process is a bit different with a new construction home than with an existing resale home….

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Alabama Real Estate Market Remains Strong in Pandemic

When the COVID-19 pandemic reached the U.S. in the early part of 2020, it sent a wave of uncertainty across the country. With entire states going into lockdowns, the economy grinding to a halt, and millions of people thrown temporarily out of work, many people wondered what impact the pandemic would have on the real…

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Downtown Auburn, Alabama

4 Reasons to Buy Auburn, AL Real Estate

Whether you’re planning a move or simply looking for a good investment, the city of Auburn, Alabama provides excellent opportunities all around. This “college town” of nearly 66,000 people has been aptly dubbed, “the loveliest village on the plains,” and in recent years it’s seen a huge surge of growth as a result. Let’s explore…

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Grand National Golf Course, Opelika, Alabama

What to Do in Opelika, Alabama — The Locals’ Guide

Located just 15 minutes northeast of Auburn, the growing city of Opelika, Alabama is home to approximately 30,000 people, offering a unique blend of historic charm, modern convenience, forward thinking, and southern hospitality. At Lowder New Homes, we understand the challenges involved with settling into a new community, especially figuring out what to do with…

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Auburn University in Auburn, Alabam

What to Do in Auburn, Alabama — The Locals’ Guide

Whenever you move to a new town or city, it naturally takes some time to learn your way around. What is there to enjoy when you’re off work? Where do you go for a day of fun with the family? Where can you go for cultural inspiration or to enjoy the outdoors? At Lowder New…

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5 Tips for Finding Auburn Homes for Sale

If you’re looking for a great town in which to live, they don’t come much better than Auburn, Alabama. However, between a hot market, the natural housing demands of a college town, and the growing popularity of this area in general, finding the right home in Auburn at any price point can be a challenge…

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Downtown Opelika Historic District

5 Tips for Finding Opelika Homes for Sale

Located in eastern Alabama, the community of Opelika offers residents a laid-back, small-town alternative to the neighboring city of Auburn. With a gorgeous historic downtown, state-of-the-art schools and loads of green space, there is plenty to love about Opelika — which is why so many people are seeking to make a home here. But even…

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One perk of buying a home in Auburn, Alabama? The cute downtown area.

Why Auburn Real Estate Buyers Choose New Construction

In recent years, the college town of Auburn, Alabama has emerged as one of the most coveted communities in which to live — and with good reason. Auburn’s lovely historic downtown, top-ranked schools, abundant green spaces, and growing amenities have prompted US News to rank Auburn on its list of “10 Best Places to Live.”…

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How to Prepare Finances for Buying an Alabama Home

Once you have found your dream, new home construction, and have put in an offer, the last thing you want is the disappointment of having the lender deny your loan application. Buying a new construction home is not only a huge investment — it’s also a complex financial transaction. You can streamline the process and…

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