If you're willing to do a little research, and you can plan ahead, buying a foreclosed home can save you a great deal of money. Though they may require repair and renovation, foreclosed homes can potentially be a great deal for a homeowner looking to relocate. Alabama currently has thousands of foreclosed homes on the market, and there are plenty of reasons to seek new housing in one of the most beautiful states in the southeast.
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Alabama offers a diverse range of communities and a great deal of options for recreational activities. The state's notable involvement in aeronautics and space exploration has yielded several attractions for those interested, including the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville which showcases exhibits and information from throughout NASA history, and U.S. Space Camp, which offers an interactive learning experience for children of all ages. Alabama's military history, which dates all the way back to the Civil War, is reflected in museums such as Battleship Memorial Park in Mobile and the United States Army Aviation Museum. The many state parks and national preserves will be of interest to anyone curious about local nature or wildlife, and the zoos and botanical gardens allow one to explore more exotic flora and fauna. Sports fans will also find a vibrant college football community surrounding the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
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