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Selma, AL Real Estate

Selma, Alabama is located in Dallas County. Nearby cities and towns include Selmont-West Selmont, Valley Grande, Orrville, Benton, White Hall, Autaugaville, and Marion. Selma is a suburban community with a population of 20,386. The median household income is $23,424. In Selma, 36% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 40% of the households. Half the population of Selma commutes 13 minutes or less to work, with 61% of residents holding white collar jobs and 39% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Selma, AL is 37 years, with 43% of those homes owned, 45% rented, and 12% not occupied.

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Selma offers a range of educational opportunities with 9 elementary schools, 2 middle schools and one high school.

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Selma, AL Local Market & Demographic Data

Married vs. single

Selma, AL
  • 64% Single
  • 36% Married
Alabama
  • 51% Single
  • 49% Married

Male VS. Female

Selma, AL
  • 55% Female
  • 45% Male
Alabama
  • 51% Female
  • 49% Male

Average Age of Citizens in Selma, AL

  • 37
  • 39
  • Selma, AL
  • Alabama

Average Age of Homes in Selma, AL

  • 37
  • 25
  • Selma, AL
  • Alabama

Vacant Homes in Selma, AL

  • 12%
  • 11%
  • Selma, AL
  • Alabama

Average INCOME of Citizens

  • $44,330
  • $58,614
  • Selma, AL
  • Alabama

Owned Homes vs. Rented Homes

Selma, AL
  • 43% Owned
  • 45% Rented
Alabama
  • 60% Owned
  • 28% Rented