Lake Real Estate Agent

Lake Real Estate Agent

Bankhead Lake Real Estate Agent

Susan Bennett

Lake Homes Realty

(205) 732-4064

Susan Bennett specializes in all facets of the real estate business, whether it's navigating the way for first time home buyers, trying to score that perfect distressed property for investors, or providing excellent service in the luxury home market.


Susan's artistic blend of proven traditions and outside-the-box innovation is unsurpassed. She provides top rated service that is above and beyond a client's expectations and strives to make each transaction as seamless as possible. In addition, she provides free staging and marketing for all of her listings.


When she is not selling real estate, Susan spends time with her children and family. She serves on the Membership Marketing Committee for the Greystone Golf & Country Club. She is a highly active volunteer for Pound on the Hill Rescue and Canine Compassion Fund Rescue where she fosters sick or injured dogs until they are healthy enough for adoption. Susan and her family are active members at Church of the Highlands.


Susan Bennett is a member of the National Association of REALTORS® and subscribes to its strict Code of Ethics.


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Susan  Bennett

Contact Susan:

(205) 732-4064


About Bankhead Lake

Bankhead Lake is conveniently located west of Birmingham and North of Tuscaloosa and is the second largest lake on the Warrior River.


The lake boasts deep waters year-round with little fluctuation and has a well developed shoreline, including residential homes and commercial marinas.


Popular activities around the lake include boating, fishing, and camping.


Bankhead Lake is best known for its large catches when it comes to bass. The world record striped bass was caught here in 2013, weighing in at 69 pounds 12 ounces and measuring almost four feet long.


In addition, the former world and current state record hybrid striped bass was caught in the Bankhead headwaters, weighing in at 25 pounds, 15 ounces.