Tucson Homes Newsletter February 2022
Quick Market Update – Interesting Topics – And Upcoming Events In Tucson AZ!
Welcome to the Tucson Homes Newsletter February 2022
Tucson Housing Market A “Hidden Gem” Says the National Association of Realtors
In 2021, single family existing-home prices rose at the fastest pace in five decades. The average year-over-year pace was 18%.
Gains reflected strong job growth, low mortgage rates and inadequate housing construction. Metro areas saw job growth with businesses and people moving more favorable climates.
These migrations increased among workers with the ability to work from home. In these cases homes did not have to be near a corporate headquarters.
Are there markets where home prices are still undervalued? Are there really Hidden Gem housing markets to be found?
According to the National Association of REALTORS® the answer is …..YES!
Downtown Clifton Hotel
Will you be visiting Tucson anytime soon? Do you know where you will be staying?
If the answers to these two questions are YES and NO, we have a suggestion. …….The Downtown Clifton Hotel.
The Downtown Clifton Hotel is unique among Tucson hotels. Built in 1948 along the route from Phoenix to Douglas Arizona.
A renovation in 2014 and expansion in 2019 created a unique hotel experience.
Its location in Armory Park means all downtown Tucson dining and activities are easy to get to
Gardening Tips For The Winter Months
No Changes Here –
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 styro foam 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.
Tucson Desert Song Festival, January – March, 2022
La Fiesta de los Vaqueros – Tucson Rodeo, Feb 19, 2022 – Feb 27, 2022
Sahuaro Classic Horse Show, Feb 23, 2022 – Feb 27, 2022
Rillito Park Horse Races – February 26 – April 3, 2022 – DON’T MISS THIS GREAT EVENT!
Cactus Classic Baseball – Feb 27, 2022 – Apr 3, 2022
34th Annual Arizona Renaissance Festival – Feb 5, 2022 – Apr 3, 2022
Tucson Festival of Books – Mar 12, 2022 – Mar 13, 2022 – University of Arizona Mall
Tubac Open Studio Tour, March 11 – 13, 2022
Annual Tombstone Wild West Days, March 19 – 20, 2022
Oro Valley Spring Festival of the Arts, Mar 26 – 27, 2022
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Are you thinking of Tucson AZ as a place to live or find that perfect winter retreat? We can help.
Questions about the Tucson Real Estate Market or Tucson Homes for Sale? Call Us - 520 940 4541 OR complete the - CONTACT FORM - and we will get right back to you!
By the way, if you missed last months newsletter here it is – January 2022 Newsletter