Where to live in Hoover

Hoover Alabama is located just south of Birmingham and is in a quieter more residential suburb of the big city. Whether you're looking for an apartment, condominium or a single-family house, here are some of the best places to live in Hoover Alabama.Where to live in Hoover

Hoover has a population of about 84,000 residents with the median family income of about $95,000. It has a 20% job growth and a median home price of about $265,000. Its average test scores for schools are 14% higher than the state average and with a low crime rate, moderate temperatures, and a close proximity to the big-city entertainment, Hoover makes an ideal place to call home.

Hoover has a population growth of about 28% and the cost of living is about 7.6% higher than the US average. It was ranked number four as the most energetic city in Alabama. The average commute time is about 25 minutes which is three minutes shorter than the national average.

Hoover has excellent municipal facilities such as the city recreational center, library and overall great school readings for the state of Alabama. Hoover is in central Alabama and has a mild, four season climate well-suited to nature lovers and golfers. Hoover offers a wide range of homebuying opportunities within new community such as the Preserve, a new home community with large layouts and great neighborhood charm.


“Some of the places that i've found that look nice are: The Park at Rocky Ridge near Hoover, Colonial Village at Iverness near Jefferson and Shelby, Kenley in the same location, Wildforet between Homewood and Vestavia Hills, Lake Heather Reserve near Meadowbrook, and Colonial Grand at Liberty Park in Vestavia Hills." [Source]

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