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533.29 acres, more or less, located near Rehoboth in the northwest portion of Wilcox County, Alabama. Access to the property is by Alabama Highway 29. Forest stands on the property include clear cut, pine plantation, pine, pine upland hardwood and streamside management zone timber types. The terrain on this tract is cons...

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This fantastic timber investment and recreational property is in the Bennett community approximately 6 miles south of Livingston. It is accessed by County Road 13, north of Highway 80, in central Sumter County, Alabama. This property consists of 209 acres ± of 2 year old pine plantation, 3.4 acres ± of 35 year old bottom...

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+/- 246.58 acres timberland located 18 miles from Northport, AL and 12 miles from Gordo, AL in the Elrod Community of Tuscaloosa County, AL. This tract offers excellent hunting and recreational opportunities being close to the Sipsey River bottom. The Sipsey River is one of Alabama's ten natural wonders. With mature timb...

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476 +/- acres of prime hunting/timber investment land located in northeast Greene County, Alabama along the Sipsey River - one of the last free flowing rivers in Alabama, and considered one of Alabama's Ten Natural Wonders. With frontage on Greene County Road #183 and 208, the property is easily accessible and has numerous...

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This timber investment and recreational property is near Pelham approximately 11 miles north of Butler in northeast Choctaw County, Alabama. This property consists 18.9 acres ± of 14 year old pine plantation and 2.3 acres ± of 67 year old pine. Most of the tract is hilly. The soils on the property are good to excellent ...

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123 acres, +/-, 2 miles northwest of Zimmerman in Perry County, Alabama. The property has frontage along County Road 24. Travel over the property is by woods roads. This tract consists of 94.8 acres of premerchantable loblolly pine plantation, 23.1 acres ± of hardwood drains including Streamside Management Zones and 1.6 ac...

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139.5 +/- acres timber investment and recreational property conveniently located on State Highway 18 only 10 miles from Vernon, Alabama and 6 miles from Caledonia, Mississippi, and 20 miles from Columbus, Mississippi. This tract consists of 118.2 +/- acres of 5 year old pine plantation, and +/- 20 acres of hardwoods along ...

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Timberland tract in the south portion of the city limits of Eutaw in Greene County in Alabama.  Access to the property is by a city street which ends at the entrance to the tract.  This is a timber and recreational property with clear cut, eastern redcedar and streamside management zone timber types.  There is a utility...

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443.08 acres, +/-, 2 miles west of Hamburg in Perry County, Alabama. The property has frontage along Mosquito Road. Travel over the property is by Mosquito Road as well as an interior road system. This tract consists of 343.6 acres of premerchantable loblolly pine plantation, 63.3 acres ± of hardwood including Streamside M...

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+/- 42.94 acres located only 6 miles from Fayette, Alabama and 13 miles from Berry in central Fayette County, Alabama. This property is an excellent investment opportunity and offers any buyer timber income in the future with its recent site preparation and reforestation with genetically improved Loblolly pine seedlings. ...

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+/- 768.66 acres timberland located in western Tuscaloosa County, Alabama just off U. S. Highway 82 and 10 miles west of Northport, Alabama. With its varying aged pine plantations ranging from 1 year old to 25 years old, and +/- 151 acres of mixed pine and hardwood stands, this tract has endless possibilities! If recreati...

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145.01 acres, more or less, located on Highway 14 and a tributary of Sand Creek in west of Marion in Perry County, Alabama. Access to the property is by Highway 41. Access over the property is by an internal road system. Forest stands on the tract include premerchantable pine plantation, pine and streamside management zo...

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161.12 acres, more or less, located in a bend on the Cahaba River across the river from the Suttle Community in Perry County, Alabama. Access to the property is by woods roads across other ownerships. Access over the property is by woods roads. Forest stands on the tract include premerchantable pine plantation and bottom...

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+/- 35.58 acres of timberland with intermittent creek located in southwestern Lamar County, Alabama in the Yellow Creek bottom and only 10 miles from Vernon, Alabama and 10 miles from Caledonia, Mississippi. With +/- 20.2 acres of mature hardwoods along with +/- 15.3 acres of 7 year old natural regeneration, this tract cou...

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39.06 acres, more or less, located on approximately 1 - 2 miles north of Toxey in Choctaw County, Alabama. Access to the property is by woods roads across other ownerships. Access over the property is limited. Forest stands on the tract include pine plantation and streamside management zone timber types. The terrain on ...

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356.40 +/- acres timberland located in western Tuscaloosa County, Alabama in the Echola Community. This tract is located 7 miles east of Gordo, and 21 miles west of Tuscaloosa, Alabama - a great rural tract for hunting and timber investment within a close proximity of modern conveniences. With varying ages of merchantable...

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+/- 39.99 acre property perfect for those who love to hunt and fish! Located in north Sumter County, Alabama on County Road 85, only 20 miles south of Aliceville and 9 miles north of Gainesville, this property offers great hunting and fishing possibilities. The U. S. Army Corp of Engineers have a public boat landing 1/2 m...

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+/- 157.95 acres of timberland, recreational or residential property located in central Lamar County, Alabama only 4 miles from Vernon, 11 miles from Sulligent, and just 31 miles to Columbus, Mississippi. The property consists of varying ages of merchantable pine plantations (19 and 22 year old) and mixed pine and hardwood...

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644.99 acres, more or less, located on Highway 14 and Sand Creek just west of Marion in Perry County, Alabama. Access to the property is by Highway 14 and Wilbourne Road. Access over the property is by an internal road system. Forest stands on the tract include premerchantable pine plantation, pine plantation, pine and s...

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This fantastic timber investment and recreational property is near Pelham approximately 11 miles north of Butler. It is accessed by County Road 42, off of Alabama State Highway 17, in northeast Choctaw County, Alabama. This property consists 14.9 acres ± of 10 year old pine plantation, 161.1 acres ± of 14 year old pine p...

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Land For Sale In Alabama

The Type of Property Available in Alabama

When it comes to property in Alabama, there's something for everyone. The state's topography is varied. Near Mobile, Alabama, the property is sea-level with some parcels providing a stunning view of the Gulf of Mexico. There are also mountainous areas that appeal to outdoor lovers who enjoy hiking and camping. The wetlands provide a great place for fishing and boating, while areas like the Black Belt and Tennessee Valley regions are perfect for farming and ranching.

Mineral Rights in Alabama

Alabama has an extraordinary number of natural minerals buried beneath the topsoil. There's a long history of Native Americans using the oil they collected from asphaltic rocks as medicine for themselves and trading it to other tribes. The state officially assigned a commercial value to the local minerals in 1865, but about 40 years passed before Alabama entered the natural gas market. The first commercial natural gas well was dug near Huntsville, Alabama.

Today, Alabama enjoys the distinction of being 10th in the nation for natural gas production and 15th for liquid hydrocarbon production. It's estimated that each year Alabama is responsible for about 50% of the United States total natural gas production.

The general rule of thumb is that when you purchase a piece of property in Alabama, you also purchase the rights to any minerals that may be located underground. There are situations where the current owner of the land decides to retain their mineral rights. When this happens, a separate clause is created in the sale contract. Prior to purchasing property in Alabama, you should investigate who currently owns the mineral rights.

Minerals found in Alabama include:
  • Gold
  • Silver
  • Quartz
  • Beryl
  • Marble
  • Copper
  • And more
Working in Alabama

The one reservation people have when settling in Alabama is the economy. The state has seen its share of economic hardship. However, economists are optimistic about the state's immediate economic future. Alabama's economy is strongest in Jefferson County which is home to a DC BLOX's data center, an Amazon fulfillment center, and Shipt's headquarters.

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