Tucson Homes Newsletter September 2014 Real Estate Updates
Latest Tucson Homes Newsletter September 2014 And Things to Do in Tucson AZ!
Welcome to the Tucson Homes Newsletter September 2014
This time of year, many hummingbirds pass through Tucson on their migratory path to Mexico and South America. We found that not only are the hummingbirds depleting our supply of nectar, but Sales Price has been depleted too. A perfect atmosphere for buyers . . . When are you coming to buy?
Tucson Homes Newsletter September 2014 – TUCSON MLS REPORT
|The Tucson MLS Housing Report for August shows a down trend in both Average & Median Sales Price plus Average List Price. A perfect atmosphere for buyers . . .When are you coming to buy?|
Tucson Homes Newsletter September 2014 – Tucson MLS SFR (Single Family Residence) Video Report
|For a report on SFR only.|
Tucson Homes Newsletter September 2014 – Oro Valley, AZ – A Featured Community
|Oro Valley, AZ – Recognized as one of Americas safest suburbs, best place to raise a family, and a top place in America to start a business. Watch the video I made and see the beauty of Oro Valley! Each quarter we’ll feature a community around Tucson.|
Tucson Homes Newsletter September 2014 – What is a FICO Score ~ New Changes Coming
|Fair Isaac, the company that sells your FICO score to all types of lenders is changing their scoring formula. What does medical bill payments have to do with the changes?|
Tucson Homes Newsletter September 2014 – Tombstone, AZ – A Featured Town
|OK Corral, Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, what movie do you remember most? Why was the town too tough to die? Each quarter we will feature a town around Tucson.|
NeighborhoodLIFT Loan Program
|A new loan program in Tucson on qualified properties (Tucson city limits or South Tucson) for eligible homebuyers offering $15,000 in down payment assistance. Annual income of all persons 18 and older living in the home must be at or below 120% of the Tucson Area Median Income (AMI). (FHA NeighborhoodLIFT has a limit of 115%.) Buyer must occupy the home and available for detached home, townhouse, and condominium (1-4 unit).|
|Want spring flowers next year, plant your iris, freesia by bulbs. Best time to plant shrubs and Cacti too! With all the monsoons this season, time to trim the unruly plants. Fertilize trees, shrubs and vines (not the ones that will go dormant in winter). Always water before fertilizing. Temps are now dropping so adjust your watering.|
What’s Happening Around Tucson
|Last Saturday Mountain Bike Ride ~ All year long Location varies. Visit their website|
Every Saturday – Oro Valley Farmers Market Every Saturday PLUS 2nd Saturday of the month (OCT-MAY) enjoy their music, special speaker & tours10901 N. Oracle Rd. (Steam Pump Ranch)Time: 9AM to 1PM
Every Saturday – Locomotive Saturdays 414 N. Toole Ave.Time: 10AM to 1PM
2nd Saturdays Downtown Tucson2nd Saturday of the month enjoy music, food and activities for the whole family. Music starts at 6:30PM. Various children activities during day. On Congress St. between Stone Ave. & 5th Ave.Various venues ~ visit website First Sunday – Antique Fair1st Sunday of the month both inside/out antiques, jewelry, and collectibles.
Tanque Verde Elementary School (off Tanque Verde east of Soldier Trail)
Time: 7AM – 1PM
May 3 rd – Oct 10th Marana Concerts in the Park
First Saturday of the month enjoy outdoor music. Free concerts
Crossroads at Silverbell Park ~ 7548 N Silverbell Rd.
Time: 7PM – 11PM
September 18th – March 1st ~ Flandrau Science Center Planetarium & Laser Show
1601 E University Blvd.
Time: Schedule varies visit website
June 7th – Dec 6th – Catalina State Park’s Concert Series
First Saturday of the month enjoy outdoor music.
Main Trailhead at Catalina State Park ~ Oracle Rd. at mile marker 81 (across from Marketplace Mall)
October 18th – World Margarita Championship
Local chefs and mixologists head to head
SW corner of Skyline Dr. & Campbell Ave.
October 22nd – Meteor Mania – Orionid Meteor Shower
Kitt Peak National Observatory