Real Estate Tips:
Determine your expected earnings and how you will receive them. Figure out what form your earnings will be in. There are many ways to get them back. These include rent, dividends, and interest. Some types like real estate and stocks can earn and grow in value. Figure out what the potential of your investment is over time. Sometimes the best investment is your own venture. If you are not comfortable with the world of finance and big spenders, then invest in something like real estate that you can improve and resell. This is especially wise if you have skills that are needed to improve a property to increase it's resale value.
3 Popular Attractions In Alabama
- Cheaha State Park: State park in eastern Alabama.
- McWane Science Center: Hands-on museum in Birmingham, Alabama.
- Alabama is the only state with all major natural resources needed to make iron and steel. It is also the largest supplier of cast-iron and steel pipe products.
- Alabama’s mean elevation is 500 feet at its lowest elevation point.
- A skeleton of a pre-historic man was found in Russell Cave.
- The United States Army Chemical Corps Museum in Fort McClellan contains over 4000 chemical warfare artifacts.
|Alabama state symbols|
|Amphibian||Red Hills salamander|
|Bird||Yellowhammer, wild turkey|
|Butterfly||Eastern tiger swallowtail|
|Fish||Largemouth bass, fighting tarpon|
|Flower||Camellia, oak-leaf hydrangea|
|Horse breed||Racking horse|
|Mammal||American black bear|
|Reptile||Alabama red-bellied turtle|
|Beverage||Conecuh Ridge Whiskey|
|Food||Pecan, blackberry, peach|
|Gemstone||Star blue quartz|
|Slogan||Share The Wonder,
Alabama the beautiful,
Where America finds its voice,
Sweet Home Alabama
|State route marker|
Released in 2003
|Lists of United States state symbols|
The Best Places to Visit in Alabama
Alabama is a state with many names: Yellowhammer State after the state bird, the Cotton State and the Heart of Dixie. Though Spanish explorers passed through the state in 1540, it was the French who settled the area, founding Mobile in 1702. Because it’s located on the Gulf of Mexico, Alabama is a good place to indulge in water activities. Like most Southern States, Alabama has a rich history and mix of cultural traditions. With such a rich history, the state is truly beautiful with several natural and man-made attractions distributed all over the state. If you are planning to visit the state, visit these top 10 must-see attractions presented in this video.
#10.Neversink Pit Sinkhole
#9.Noccalula Falls Park
#6.Cheaha State Park
#5.US Space & Rocket Center
#4.Huntsville Botanical Garden
#2.Little River Canyon National Preserve