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Alabama Current Real Estate Market Conditions

Current Market Conditions

These charts, maps and indicators represent the most currently available Technical Analysis ( "TA") of National, State and Local Real Estate Markets.

TA is visual, relying on Supply and Demand charts because these charts also track the most important and most elusive driver of future price trends: Market Psychology.

TA has become the dominant methodology for predicting stock, bond, commodity and currency market cycles worldwide and is used by ALL major investment banks and international trading desks as the underlying basis for TRILLIONS of dollars in DAILY investment transactions.

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Alabama - Current Real Estate Market Conditions

Current Market Conditions

These charts, maps and indicators represent the most currently available Technical Analysis ( "TA") of National, State and Local Real Estate Markets.

TA is visual, relying on Supply and Demand charts because these charts also track the most important and most elusive driver of future price trends: Market Psychology.

TA has become the dominant methodology for predicting stock, bond, commodity and currency market cycles worldwide and is used by ALL major investment banks and international trading desks as the underlying basis for TRILLIONS of dollars in DAILY investment transactions.

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State: Alabama
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Master Score (Percentile) Gauge

This is the best single indicator (if you only want to look at ONE scoring element). The “Master Score” is a proprietary algorithm that integrates all data into a single score. The data below is the Percentile Ranking for each market's Master Score, RELATIVE to all similar markets.

Note that percentile ranking are useful for measuring RELATIVE performance BETWEEN markets, not for measuring the absolute performance. Use these percentile scores in conjunction with the TAPS, STAR and Wealth Phase indicators.

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S.T.A.R. Momentum Gauge

This indicator measures and ranks (as a percentile, relative to ALL markets nationwide) each market's momentum. Momentum is important, but a high momentum score does not, by itself, indicate a hot market. Momentum scores are 'long range' indicators that should be used along with raw master/hot market scores and Wealth Phase charts.

Note that percentile ranking are useful for measuring RELATIVE performance BETWEEN markets. Use 'Raw" scores for measuring the absolute performance.

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TAPS Local

T.A.P.S. Local Gauge

This "LOCAL" Technical Analysis Point Score ranking isolates ONLY that particular market. It ignores any impact the broader market may have. For example, at the 'City' level, the TAPS score for it's State, Regional or National market is ignored.

The indicator below represents the Percentile Ranking when compared to ALL markets nationwide. Note that percentile ranking are useful for measuring RELATIVE performance BETWEEN markets, not for measuring the absolute performance.

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1-Yr THAR

1-Yr THAR Gauge

This indicator ranks all markets based on its ‘raw’ Total Home Appreciation Rate over the previous year. ‘THAR’ scores are ‘spot’ indicators that should be used with TAPS and Master Scores, not as stand-alone decision triggers.

The indicators below represent the Percentile Ranking when compared to ALL markets nationwide. Note that percentile ranking are useful for measuring RELATIVE performance BETWEEN markets, not for measuring the absolute performance.

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Over the last few years, the Alabama real estate market has essentially been in the same boat as other real estate markets across the country. After the housing market crash, Alabama started to see a high number of foreclosures and other distressed properties.

As homebuyer and investor confidence declined, home prices started to fall as a result of having to compete with the low prices of foreclosures and short sales and due to a lack of demand. This same trend has been present throughout much of the United States over the last few years—until recently.

Fortunately, the real estate market locally as well as nationally is starting to improve as investors and potential homebuyers are regaining confidence and have a renewed interest in real estate.

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Current Market Conditions

These charts, maps and indicators represent the most currently available Technical Analysis ( "TA") of National, State and Local Real Estate Markets.

TA is visual, relying on Supply and Demand charts because these charts also track the most important and most elusive driver of future price trends: Market Psychology.

TA has become the dominant methodology for predicting stock, bond, commodity and currency market cycles worldwide and is used by ALL major investment banks and international trading desks as the underlying basis for TRILLIONS of dollars in DAILY investment transactions.

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[Main Details] – What all the data from these maps and widgets mean for Real Estate Investors. Like this:

Currently the Alabama Market is doing well overal, based on several key indicators from our system.

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Current Market Conditions For: Alabama

Percentile Ranking Scores

Most market indicators are ranked from strongest ('99') to weakest ('0') on a percentile basis. The score represents that market's RANK compared to all markets nationwide.

Percentile Ranks are useful for measuring RELATIVE performance BETWEEN markets, not for measuring the absolute performance of a market. Use the RAW scores when deciding to enter/exit or price an offer. Use Percentile Rank when choosing between several markets.

The background color indicates it's ranking compared to all such markets on a percentile basis nationwide. Dark green is the 'highest' ranking, dark red is the lowest.

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Hot Market Score

The Hot Market Score RANK uses proprietary algorithms to score and rank each market relative to all other markets nationwide on a scale of 0 to 99 (99 = strongest, most vibrant).

It combines the TAPS, STAR and other indicators into a single score and is the best single indicator (if you only want to look at ONE scoring element) to compare any market against all other markets.

Hot Market Score Rank (pct) Hot Mkt Score HMS

Hot Market Score

The Hot Market Score RANK uses proprietary algorithms to score and rank each market relative to all other markets nationwide on a scale of 0 to 99 (99 = strongest, most vibrant).

It combines the TAPS, STAR and other indicators into a single score and is the best single indicator (if you only want to look at ONE scoring element) to compare any market against all other markets.

75% Hot Market Score Rank (pct) Hot Mkt Score HMS

Hot Market Score

The Hot Market Score RANK uses proprietary algorithms to score and rank each market relative to all other markets nationwide on a scale of 0 to 99 (99 = strongest, most vibrant).

It combines the TAPS, STAR and other indicators into a single score and is the best single indicator (if you only want to look at ONE scoring element) to compare any market against all other markets.

Hot Market + Cash Flow Score (Percentile)

This indicator combines a micro-market's cash flow potential AND its potential for appreciation. The combined score is expressed as a Percentile from '0' (weakest) to '99' (strongest). For example, a score of '93' means THAT micro market scored higher (stronger) than 93% of all similar U.S. micro markets.

Hot Market + Cash Flow Score (pct) Hot Mkt + CF Score HMCF

Hot Market + Cash Flow Score (Percentile)

This indicator combines a micro-market's cash flow potential AND its potential for appreciation. The combined score is expressed as a Percentile from '0' (weakest) to '99' (strongest). For example, a score of '93' means THAT micro market scored higher (stronger) than 93% of all similar U.S. micro markets.

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Hot Market + Cash Flow Score (Percentile)

This indicator combines a micro-market's cash flow potential AND its potential for appreciation. The combined score is expressed as a Percentile from '0' (weakest) to '99' (strongest). For example, a score of '93' means THAT micro market scored higher (stronger) than 93% of all similar U.S. micro markets.

Median Home

This is the estimated median house value of all Single Family Residential (SFR) properties in that market, compared to the median value of all other markets nationwide, ranked on a percentile basis. Highest priced homes are assigned the lowest percentile scores; the highest score (99) indicates the lowest median home values nationwide.

Median Home (pct) Median Home MED

Median Home

This is the estimated median house value of all Single Family Residential (SFR) properties in that market, compared to the median value of all other markets nationwide, ranked on a percentile basis. Highest priced homes are assigned the lowest percentile scores; the highest score (99) indicates the lowest median home values nationwide.

82% Median Home (pct) Median Home MED

Median Home

This is the estimated median house value of all Single Family Residential (SFR) properties in that market, compared to the median value of all other markets nationwide, ranked on a percentile basis. Highest priced homes are assigned the lowest percentile scores; the highest score (99) indicates the lowest median home values nationwide.

Median Rent (pct)

Rental rates for single family homes can vary significantly based on location, size, age, amenities and condition of the property. The percentile score shown here is the relative ranking of this zip code's median monthly rent compared to all other zip codes nationwide.

Percentile scores range from 0 to 99; the higher the score, the higher the median rent relative to all other zip codes.

Median Rent (pct) Median Rent MR

Median Rent (pct)

Rental rates for single family homes can vary significantly based on location, size, age, amenities and condition of the property. The percentile score shown here is the relative ranking of this zip code's median monthly rent compared to all other zip codes nationwide.

Percentile scores range from 0 to 99; the higher the score, the higher the median rent relative to all other zip codes.

15% Median Rent (pct) Median Rent MR

Median Rent (pct)

Rental rates for single family homes can vary significantly based on location, size, age, amenities and condition of the property. The percentile score shown here is the relative ranking of this zip code's median monthly rent compared to all other zip codes nationwide.

Percentile scores range from 0 to 99; the higher the score, the higher the median rent relative to all other zip codes.

Rent Growth

A high percentile score (99 is highest) score means SFR rent rates have been increasing more in this market, RELATIVE to all markets nationwide.

Rent Growth (pct) Rent Growth RG

Rent Growth

A high percentile score (99 is highest) score means SFR rent rates have been increasing more in this market, RELATIVE to all markets nationwide.

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Rent Growth

A high percentile score (99 is highest) score means SFR rent rates have been increasing more in this market, RELATIVE to all markets nationwide.

Cash Flow Score (Percentile)

The Cash Flow Ranking score is determined by dividing this zip code's median rent by its median home value, then ranking that score relative to all other zip codes nationwide on a scale of 0 to 99. The higher the percentile score the greater the likelihood of positive cash flow.

Note: Many factors other than median rent can affect cash flow, including vacancy, repairs, operating expenses, and management.

Cash Flow (pct) Cash Flow CF

Cash Flow Score (Percentile)

The Cash Flow Ranking score is determined by dividing this zip code's median rent by its median home value, then ranking that score relative to all other zip codes nationwide on a scale of 0 to 99. The higher the percentile score the greater the likelihood of positive cash flow.

Note: Many factors other than median rent can affect cash flow, including vacancy, repairs, operating expenses, and management.

75% Cash Flow (pct) Cash Flow CF

Cash Flow Score (Percentile)

The Cash Flow Ranking score is determined by dividing this zip code's median rent by its median home value, then ranking that score relative to all other zip codes nationwide on a scale of 0 to 99. The higher the percentile score the greater the likelihood of positive cash flow.

Note: Many factors other than median rent can affect cash flow, including vacancy, repairs, operating expenses, and management.

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From the above indicators for Master Score, STAR, TAPS, 1 year THAR, we can summarize the current market state as Strong.

  • 90% in Master Score indicates the market is {{{Status}}}
  • This factors in the STAR score of 92% …
  • … the TAPS score of 92% …
  • … and the 1 Year THAR score of 86%.

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Current Market Conditions

Current Market Conditions

These charts, maps and indicators represent the most currently available Technical Analysis ( "TA") of National, State and Local Real Estate Markets.

TA is visual, relying on Supply and Demand charts because these charts also track the most important and most elusive driver of future price trends: Market Psychology.

TA has become the dominant methodology for predicting stock, bond, commodity and currency market cycles worldwide and is used by ALL major investment banks and international trading desks as the underlying basis for TRILLIONS of dollars in DAILY investment transactions.

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Current Market Conditions

These charts, maps and indicators represent the most currently available Technical Analysis ( "TA") of National, State and Local Real Estate Markets.

TA is visual, relying on Supply and Demand charts because these charts also track the most important and most elusive driver of future price trends: Market Psychology.

TA has become the dominant methodology for predicting stock, bond, commodity and currency market cycles worldwide and is used by ALL major investment banks and international trading desks as the underlying basis for TRILLIONS of dollars in DAILY investment transactions.

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Real Estate Cycle Charts

Charts showing the annual appreciation or decline in real estate values over time are visual snapshots of Supply and Demand forces in action. Technical Analysis (TA) relies on these charts because they accurately reflect what ACTUALLY happened.

The practice of TA consists of what are called "Studies" – different sets of calculations and algorithms proven over time. These Studies include Market Psychology, the most powerful driver of all.

Because real estate is so cyclical (compared to the Stock Market, for example), relatively simple Studies can be used to accurately track local markets.

Using these charts and Studies, HousingAlerts.com deciphers the data into two broad categories:

1) Market Momentum (the Six Trigger Alert Report or 'STAR')
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2) TA Point Score (TAPS)

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Long Term Real Estate Cycles

Your State: Alabama

Charts showing the annual appreciation or decline in real estate values over time are visual snapshots of Supply and Demand forces in action. Technical Analysis (TA) relies on these charts because they accurately reflect what ACTUALLY happened.

The practice of TA consists of what are called “Studies” – different sets of calculations and algorithms proven over time. These Studies include Market Psychology, the most powerful driver of all.

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STAR Indicators

The STAR momentum indicators show the 'energy' behind any market. For a sustained up-cycle, it MUST be supported by momentum. Market Psychology influences momentum but is not the only driver.

The first step in locating investment candidates is evaluating the STAR indicators. Each of the six 'triggers' represent a distinct Technical Analysis (TA) 'event.'

The left-most columns are Short-Term triggers and carry far less significance than the Long-Term indicators on the right.

However, all Trend Reversals (up or down) BEGIN with the short term triggers. They provide early-warning signals, especially when they develop a consistent pattern of changing colors (from green to red, or red to green) 'growing' from left to right.

Green means positive, upward sloping momentum. Red means the opposite. Yellow occurs when, in the current period, the slope/direction changed for that trigger.

Markets that do not display a consistent color pattern; with seemingly random horizontal color changes from one period to the next, especially in the long-term triggers, are generally lacking ANY momentum, and are poor investment markets for Leveraged Appreciation.

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STAR Momentum Indicators

Market Momentum (STAR) Indicators

Your State: Alabama

The STAR momentum indicators show the ‘energy’ behind any market. For a sustained up-cycle, it MUST be supported by momentum. Market Psychology influences momentum but is not the only driver.

The first step in locating investment candidates is evaluating the STAR indicators. Each of the six ‘triggers’ represent a distinct Technical Analysis (TA) ‘event.’

The left-most columns are Short-Term triggers and carry far less significance than the Long-Term indicators on the right.

However, all Trend Reversals (up or down) BEGIN with the short term triggers. They provide early-warning signals, especially when they develop a consistent pattern of changing colors (from green to red, or red to green) ‘growing’ from left to right.

Green means positive, upward sloping momentum. Red means the opposite. Yellow occurs when, in the current period, the slope/direction changed for that trigger.

Markets that do not display a consistent color pattern; with seemingly random horizontal color changes from one period to the next, especially in the long-term triggers, are generally lacking ANY momentum, and are poor investment markets for Leveraged Appreciation.

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TAPS Indicators

The TAPS (Technical Analysis Point Score) indicator is an easy to understand, graphical way to show the results of complex Technical Analysis (TA) 'Studies.'

The simple 'slider ball' can move a total of five notches starting from far left (Weak) to far right (Strong).

If the ball position has moved since the prior period, it will have a series of arrows behind it. If the arrows are on the left, that signifies a move from the left, from a weaker to a stronger position, and vice-versa.

Each detailed TA Study has its own slider ball indicator and consists of dozens to hundreds of individual calculations (collectively referred to as 'algorithms').

These detailed algorithms are aggregated and weighted to produce higher level Summary slider indicators until the top-level, overall score is attained.

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Technical Analysis Point Score

(TAPS) Indicators

Your State: Alabama

This is the Technical Analysis Point Score ranking for ONLY that particular city. It ignores any impact State, Regional or National market TAPS scores may have on that local market.

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Master Score (raw)

The “RAW Master Score” is a proprietary algorithm combining the TAPS, STAR and other indicators into a single score. This is the best single indicator (if you only want to look at ONE scoring element).

A high score (with a green background) indicates a market in a strong phase of it's long term real estate cycle.

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Master Score (raw)

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Most popular cities currently:

  1. Birmingham
  2. Montgomery
  3. Huntsville
  4. Mobile
  5. Tuscaloosa

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