Tucson Long Realty Comeback

Following The Long Realty Come back In Tucson Arizona

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Tucson Arizona’s long realty come back is profiled by the Tucson Realty Review. TARMLS monthly data from Tucson real estate companies are reviewed. Each issue of the Tucson Realty Review discusses the current issues in the Tucson Real Estate market.

For a better understanding of Tucson’s Long Realty Comeback read Past Issues of the Tucson Realty Review

Long Realty Come back News In The Tucson Realty Review Archives – 2017

Long Realty Come back News In The Tucson Realty Review Archives – 2016

Long Realty Come back News In The Tucson Realty Review Archives – 2015

Long Realty Come back News In The Tucson Realty Review Archives – 2014

Long Realty Come back News In The Tucson Realty Review Archives – 2014

Long Realty Come back News In The Tucson Realty Review Archives – 2013

One of the coveted segments of Tucson Real Estate that continues to be strong are historic home in and around the City of Tucson Arizona. A key part of the long realty comeback.

What is a historic Tucson home?

A historic Tucson home is considered to have been built prior to the 1950’s.

Why would an old home be sought after? The answer is simple. There aren’t many homes that can offer the location, charm, character, and craftsmanship of a historic Tucson home.

Homes in the El Presidio neighborhood date back to the mid to late 1800’s. Homes have the old west Adobe style and downtown location. El Presidio homes are unique and treasured.

Popular historic Tucson neighborhoods include El Encanto, Sam Hughes and Catalina Vista. Each of these areas offers a style of home unique to each neighborhood.

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When looking for a historic Tucson home the neighborhood is everything. The more notable the historic Tucson neighborhood the higher the price. Also, the more constant the demand will be of the homes.

An example of this would be the historic Tucson neighborhood of El Encanto. El Encanto and its sister neighborhood of Colonia Solana are on Broadway. They are across the street from each other.

Similar homes in El Encanto sell for 10%-15% more than in Colonia Solana. Why the premium? Simply, the name and reputation of the historic Tucson neighborhood.

El Encanto was Tucson’s first “Luxury Housing development”. Business leaders and notable Tucson residents built their homes in the El Encanto. As it grew it became a Tucson status symbol to live in the El Encanto area.

At the same time, Colonia Solana was being built across the street. For what ever reasons, El Encanto remains the “old money neighborhood of Tucson” not Colonia Solana. That distinction increases the value of an El Encanto home.

The story is the same for other historic Tucson neighborhoods

Sam Hughes is a prime example. Tell anyone you own a home in Sam Hughes and they will likely know where you live. The Sam Hughes Neighborhood is well known and highly sought after.

If you are looking for a historic Tucson home and can pay the premium, look in the more well known historic Tucson neighborhoods. The premium you pay will be worth it.

Although it may not be important in the decision-making process there is another advantage in owning a historic Tucson home. A BIG break in your property taxes. Historic Tucson neighborhoods identified as “National Historical Districts” pay lower property taxes.

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Tucson Long Realty Comeback was last modified: August 2nd, 2017 by ben4wp
Tucson Long Realty Comeback was last modified: August 2nd, 2017 by ben4wp

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