November 2022 Newsletter From Ben & Kim Boldt
Latest Real Estate Update And Things to Do in Tucson AZ!
Welcome to the Premier Tucson Homes Newsletter
Wishing You A Happy Thanksgiving!
Market Update – September 2022
Active Listings at the end of September 2022 increased 10.2% from August 2022 to 2,337 single family homes on the market. Year over year the inventory of homes for sale increased 40.1% from September 2021. Active listings continue to increase, but remain at historical low levels.
The Fed is attempting to slow inflation through higher Fed fund rates and increased them 75 basis points in September. Although mortgage rates are not directly linked to the Fed funds rate, mortgage rates increased as well and moved up over the 7% level.
Many “experts” believe the Fed will increase rates another 75 basis points in November 2022.
Read our September report for more…….
DIA DE LOS MUERTOS – A Tucson Tradition Since 1990
The All Souls Procession in Tucson takes place on November 6, 2022. A Tucson tradition since 1990, it is the first big annual event of the year.
Tucson’s Dia de Los Muertos-inspired is a community fixture every fall since 1990. Supporters are coming back after the pandemic altered the course of humanity for over a year now.
If you like watching people you can’t miss the procession start at Grande Avenue and Speedway Boulevard. It is part theater and part remembrance. It ranks among the largest of such celebrations in America.
Read more about this annual event and see the video on what takes place!
Blue Willow – An Eclectic Restaurant With Great Food
Blue Willow restaurant is an eclectic place with great food and a unique gift shop.
Before or after dining wander around the gift shop to find fun, quirky, and inexpensive gifts.
The menu is standard American fare with quite a few vegetarian and vegan options. The patio is the place to dine, unless it is a super hot day. For breakfast, my favorite is the very filling blueberry pancake.
Premier Tucson Homes Newsletter November 2022 – Gardening Tips For November
Cooler, longer nights are here, and fall gardening activities are thick on the ground. When considering what to plant and prune, and when to do it, don’t forget about our frost dates.
Officially, our average historic first and last frost dates are Nov. 18 and March 14. We are likely to have frost or freezing for a few days during the December through February period.
Water: Adjust drip system for fall and cooling temps.
Prune: Only if there is a safety concern since we are going into the cooler fall/winter season.
Plant: Remember to group plants with similar water needs together.
- Native perennials now
- Wildflowers such as penstemons, daleas, mallows.
- Plant your cool-season veggies: Arugula, beets, carrots, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, etc.
With the cooler weather bring your succulents indoors sometime this month if they are tender.
Our Tucson Homes Newsletter November 2022 kicks off a month for annual events in Tucson. So here we go!
All Souls Procession – November 6
Starts On – Check Here For Details
Tucson Celtic Festival & Scottish Highland Games – Nov 4, 2022 – Nov 6, 2022
Rillito Regional Park – For More Go HERE
EL Tour De Tucson – November 19
Details – HERE
Oro Valley Riverfront Park Classical Concert Series – November 20, 2022 04:00 PM – 05:30 PM
Details – HERE
More Things To Do In Tucson In – NOVEMBER
Concerts In Tucson In November – HERE
As always, when we know, you will know what’s “Going On In Tucson”.
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If you missed it, here is last months issue – October 2022 Newsletter