Vestavia Hills real estate agents love to list houses in Vestavia Hills. They know they never last long on the market. Vestavia Hills is convenient, there’s a community atmosphere, shopping is nearby, and the schools are excellent.

In fact, real estate agents believe many people planning to buy in Vestavia Hills look at the schools first and then neighborhood second. Several of the Vestavia Schools have been recognized as National Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence and the community has been recognized for its quality of education services, as well as other attributes, in publications including Redbook, The Wall Street Journal, andFifty Fabulous Places to Raise Your Family.
While families with school-age children are especially anxious to live in Vestavia Hills, it’s a draw for others as well because of its easy commute to downtown Birmingham, its noted scenery (home of the state’s original Dogwood Festival and Trail), and its small-town community atmosphere.
Agents have noticed a trend that once people are in Vestavia Hills, they’re always in Vestavia Hills. When they decide to upgrade to a newer or bigger house, they almost always find another one in Vestavia Hills rather than moving to another nearby area.

And with the choices available within the city limits, almost anyone can find exactly what they’re looking for without leaving. There is really a wide range of homes in Vestavia Hills. Homes can run from as low as $150,000 up to $1.5 million, because there are the older homes in old Vestavia Hills, all the way to the newer, upscale Liberty Park area.

For commercial real estate needs, contact Vestavia Hills City Manager Jeff Downes at 205.978.0195