The state of Alabama is located in the southeastern region of the United States of America. It is bordered by Tennessee to the north, Georgia to the east, Florida and the Gulf of Mexico to the south, and Mississippi to the west. It became the 22nd state of the union on December 14, 1819.

Alabama is unofficially nicknamed the Yellowhammer State, which is also the name of the state bird. Alabama is also known as the Heart of Dixie. The state tree is the Longleaf Pine, and the state flower is the Camellia. The capital of Alabama is Montgomery, and the largest city by population is Birmingham. Both are located in the relative center of the state.

With a population approaching 4.8 million, Alabama is served in the US Congress by 7 State Representatives and over 208,000 apartment units of rental housing.

Schools in Alabama

 Air University
 Alabama A&M University
 Alabama Southern Community College
 Alabama State University
 Amridge University
 Athens State College
 Auburn University
 Auburn University Montgomery
 Bevill State Community College
 Birmingham-Southern College
 Bishop State Community College
 Calhoun Community College
 Central Alabama Community College
 Chattahoochee Valley Community College
 Community College of the Air Force
 Concordia College Alabama
 Concordia College Selma
 Enterprise State Community College
 Faulkner State College
 Faulkner University
 Gadsden State Community College
 George C. Wallace Community College
 Huntingdon College
 Jacksonville State University
 James H. Faulkner State Community College
 Jefferson Davis Community College
 Jefferson State Community College
 Judson College Alabama
 Lawson State Community College
 Lurleen B. Wallace Community College
 Marion Military Institute
 Miles College
 Northeast Alabama Community College
 Northwest-Shoals Community College
 Oakwood College
 Samford University
 Selma University
 Shelton State Community College
 Snead State Community College
 Southeastern Bible College
 Southern Union State Community College
 Spring Hill College
 Stillman College
 Talladega College
 Troy State University
 Troy State University at Phenix City
 Troy State University Dothan
 Troy State University Montgomery
 Tuskegee University
 United States Sports Academy
 University of Alabama
 University of Alabama Birmingham
 University of Alabama Huntsville
 University of Mobile
 University of Montevallo
 University of North Alabama
 University of South Alabama
 University of West Alabama
 University of West Alabama
 Wallace State Community College

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The history of the state of Alabama dates back thousands of years to the indigenous peoples who lived in the region long before European settlement. The state was originally inhabited by Creek, Cherokee, and other Native American tribes. In the late 1700s and early 1800s, European settlers, primarily from the United States and Britain, began to move into the area. Alabama became a state in 1819, and was the 22nd state to join the Union. During the Civil War, Alabama was a Confederate state and played a significant role in the conflict. After the war, Alabama underwent significant changes as it worked to rebuild and recover. During this time, the state became an important center of industry and agriculture, particularly in the production of cotton.

In the 20th century, Alabama was at the forefront of the Civil Rights Movement, with the city of Birmingham becoming a major center of the struggle for equal rights for African Americans. In 1963, the famous "Children's March" took place in Birmingham, which helped bring national attention to the fight for civil rights in the South.

Today, Alabama is a thriving state with a rich cultural heritage and a diverse economy. It is home to a wide variety of industries, including aerospace, healthcare, education, and manufacturing, and is known for its beautiful coastline, historic landmarks, and natural beauty.

The rental housing market in Alabama is diverse, with options ranging from apartments and single-family homes to townhouses and student housing. In recent years, the demand for rental housing has increased in the state, leading to a growing number of new developments and a tight rental market in many cities.

In general, rental prices in Alabama are lower compared to other parts of the country. The average monthly rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Alabama is around $800, while a two-bedroom apartment can be rented for an average of $1,000. However, rental prices can vary widely depending on the location and type of housing, with prices being higher in major cities such as Birmingham and Montgomery.    Price models subject to change without notice.