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Foley is an inland city with easy access to Fairhope’s coastal cities to the west and Gulf Shores to the south. A relatively small town, residents enjoy a relatively quiet living environment with a stark contrast to the busier metropolitan areas and tourist centers in the region. The city serves as the southern hub of South Baldwin County. It retains the tourism industries common in the county and a variety of business ventures that provide more diversity in terms of employment opportunities for residents living in the community. The city started as a railroad station back in 1905 and still retains multiple transportation hubs that connect the city to other business centers in the state and the rest of the country.

Occupying a vast land area that extends to the coast to the west, the tourist regions to the south, Fairhope to the northwest, and other city centers, Foley offers a diverse selection of real estate options for buyers looking at the area. You’ll find lots of suburban neighborhoods in the community, including older homes that are perfect as starter residences or mid-priced homes priced between $200,000 to $300,000. Downtown Foley features multi-million dollar multi-family properties, luxury residences, apartments and condos, and the classic single-family home options. Depending on your needs, it’s best to work with a local realtor to help guide you to the best homes for sale in Foley, Alabama.

Market Overview

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What's To Love

Foley offers a central location that has easy access to the various cities in Baldwin County. Real Estate options are quite diverse, providing lots of good deals for buyers looking to make a profit from their purchase.

What's Not To Love

There are many dated homes as you get closer to the older neighborhoods in the heart of the city of Foley. Located further inland, residents are a bit of a drive from Southern Alabama's major coastal cities.

Is it for me?

Who is this neighborhood for

Homebuyers interested in looking at a real estate market with easy access to both the western and southern regions of Baldwin County will find the city of Foley quite attractive. Residences closer to the city’s agricultural sections offer a more rural small-town feel to their living environment. Home prices are also quite good, providing many purchase options that offer a good opportunity to build equity for resale profits.

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6700 Cook Road

Foley, AL,


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Ready to take the next step?

Whatever step you’re in on you’re real estate journey, it’s good to get in touch with a professional realtor to help answer any questions you may have or guide you to the best deals in town. I would be glad to represent you in your transaction and help walk you through the process of buying or selling a home in Alabama. Please don’t hesitate to contact me for any inquiries today.

Meet the locals

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Things to do in Foley

Foley Sports Tourism

World-class sports facilities spread through a vast public land area.

Walmart Supercenter

Chain department store perfect for your grocery shopping needs.

Tanger Outlets Foley

Chain outlet store home to a variety of retail and dining options.

Foley Municipal Airport

Regional airport scheduling regular domestic flights.


Schools in Foley

School NameGradesAdmission
Foley High School9 - 12Public
Foley Intermediate School6 - 8Public
Foley Elementary SchoolK - 5Public
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