Tucson Homes Newsletter December 2014 Real Estate Update
Latest Tucson Homes Newsletter December 2014 And Things to Do in Tucson AZ!
Welcome to the Tucson Homes Newsletter December 2014
|The continued increase in active listings puts pressure on selling prices and November conformed traditional supply and demand price logic. Buyers will be happy with all the options they have to look at!|
Tucson Homes Newsletter December 2014 – Tucson MLS SFR (Single Family Residence) Video Report
|For November’s report on SFR only.|
Tucson Homes Newsletter December 2014 – October’s MLS Stats
|Sorry we weren’t able to get our November Buzzworthy Newsletter out. We had clients keeping us busy! If you’re wondering how the October MLS Stats fared, click to read.|
Tucson Homes Newsletter December 2014 – Baby Boomers!
|Tucson is a top retirement destination for baby boomers. There are over 20 different “active adult” communities to choose from. Do you know how young you need to be to live there?||Click to Read|
Tucson Homes Newsletter December 2014 – Dude Ranches in Tucson Arizona
Tucson Homes Newsletter December 2014 – Tanque Verde Guest Ranch
|Since the late 50’s Tanque Verde Guest Ranch has been in operation. Established in 1868, the Tanque Verde Ranch has been awarded one of the top dude ranches in Arizona.||Click to Read|
Tucson Homes Newsletter December 2014 – FHA Eliminates Flipping Rule!
|WISHING YOU AND YOUR FAMILY A BLESSED HOLIDAY SEASON!|
|Water: Watering outside plants during this time should be kept to a minimum since this is their dormant period. Do not water cactus or succulents before frosts. Also watch for signs of fungus where things may become too wet.Protect: December/January is a rainy period and are typically our coldest months so watch for freezing. Use styrofoam cups on columnar cacti to prevent freezing. Cover citrus trees and plants on freezing nights. Lime trees and bougainvillea are especially vulnerable.|
Harvest: Only harvest your citrus if several days of freezing are predicted. Cool weather is when you harvest citrus. Keep in mind the longer the fruit stays on the tree, you get the reward of sweeter fruit. Rule of thumb, tangerines ripen first, then navel oranges, tangelos, lemons, and limes last. Wait until April to cut back frost damaged citrus, bougainvillea and lantana. Great time to remove mistletoe from mesquite trees.
|Every Saturday ~ Oro Valley Farmers Market|
PLUS 2nd Saturday of the month (OCT-MAY) enjoy music, special speakers, and tours10901 N Oracle Rd. (Steam Pump Ranch) Time: 9AM to 1PMEvery Saturday ~ Locomotive Saturdays
414 N Toole Ave. Time: 10AM to 1PM
2nd Thursdays ~ Oro Valley Concert Series
12155 N Oracle Rd. – Marketplace Mall at the Century Theater Courtyard Time: 6PM
2nd Saturdays ~ Downtown Tucson
Congress St. between Stone Ave. & 5th Ave. Time: Music starts at 6:30PM
1st Sunday ~ Antique Fair
Tanque Verde Elementary School (off Tanque Verde east of Soldier Trail) Time: 7AM – 1PM
Sept 18th – Mar 1st ~ Flandrau Science Center Planetarium & Laser Show
1601 E University Blvd.
Time: Schedule varies visit website
Oct 30th – Mar 14th ~ Arizona Icecat Hockey
260 S Church Ave.
Time: Varies visit website
Oct 18th – Apr 11th ~ Raptor In Flight ~ Sonora Desert Museum
2021 N Kinney Rd.
Dec 20th ~ 20th Annual Downtown Parade of Lights
17th Street /Stone Avenue – Festival at Armory Park beginning at 4pm
Dec 27th – Jan 2nd ~ USTA Winter Nationals
United States Tennis Association hosts the Junior Winter National tennis tournament, for Boys/Girls 12s and 14s
50 S. Alvernon Way – Reffkin Tennis Center
Jan 16th – 28th ~ Tucson Jazz Festival
The inaugural Tucson Jazz Festival; 13-days of jazz music, food, and festival fun in the Old Pueblo.
Venue will be held at: Fox Tucson Theatre, Rialto Theater, Club Congress
Visit website for details
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