Tucson Homes Newsletter January 2015 Real Estate Update
Latest Tucson Homes Newsletter January 2015 And Things to Do in Tucson AZ!
Welcome to the Tucson Homes Newsletter January 2015
Although “Active Listings” were down by 10% from the previous month, it didn’t keep buyers away during the holidays with an increase in “Units Sold” by 7%! Did someone get a home for their holiday celebration?
Tucson Homes Newsletter January 2015 – Tucson MLS SFR (Single Family Residence) Video Report
|For December’s report on SFR only.|
Tucson Homes Newsletter January 2015 – Color Trends for 2015
|2015 is here so roll out the paint brushes! Want to see the latest in color trends? Have you looked at my Pinterest board lately on Color Those Walls With Paint?
Tucson Homes Newsletter January 2015 – Changes to Hilton El Conquistador Country Club & Town of Oro Valley
|Oro Valley has just expanded their deliverable as a community offering golf, country club, pool, tennis, and fitness facility. Are you aware of the tax change to support this purchase? Will this facility provide the community center that Oro Valley was missing?
Tucson Homes Newsletter January 2015 – What to do Outside in Tucson Arizona
|With 350 days of sunshine there’s no reason to stay indoors. But did you know all the options you have to enjoy our great weather? Ranked as one of the top cities to live for cycling, 5 mountain ranges to hike in, ride the trails on a horse, or even skiing in the winter. But, do you know how many golf courses there are?
Tucson Homes Newsletter January 2015 – Energy Tax Credit for 2014
|Yes, the beginning of tax season. Did you make energy-efficient home improvements in 2014? Do you know what qualifies for the energy-efficient tax credit?
Tucson Homes Newsletter January 2015 – FHA Mortgage Insurance
|FHA announced they will reduce their Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) premium when buying a home with a 30 year mortgage. Do you know how much that will save you on your mortgage payment?||
|WISHING YOU AND YOUR FAMILY A HAPPY & HEALTHY 2015!
|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. Typically the evening hours are our coldest period so watch evening temps as you may need to bring in your succulents or cover them with sheets of cloth/burlap. Also watch for signs of fungus where things may become too wet. Prune: Prune roses to 18 inches. Dab ends with wood glue to discourage insects. Wait until April to cut back frost damaged citrus, bougainvillea and lantana. Great time to remove mistletoe from mesquite trees. Fertilize: Fertilize bearded iris and citrus. For citrus use 1/3 of the total nitrogen requirement. Water deeply. Harvest: 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.|
|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 1PM Every Saturday ~ Locomotive Saturdays Learn about the steam locomotive and how the history of transportation changed the Old Pueblo through it’s interactive museum. 414 N Toole Ave. Time: 10AM to 1PM
2nd Thursdays ~ Oro Valley Concert Series Visit the website for concert schedule.12155 N Oracle Rd. – Marketplace Mall at the Century Theater Courtyard Time: 6PM2nd Saturdays ~ Downtown Tucson
Enjoy music, food, and activities for the whole family. Various children activities during day.Various venues ~ visit website Congress St. between Stone Ave. & 5th Ave. Time: Music starts at 6:30PM 1st Sunday ~ Antique Fair
1st 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
Sept 18th – Mar 1st ~ Flandrau Science Center Planetarium & Laser Show
1601 E University Blvd.
Time: Schedule varies visit website
Oct 18th – Apr 11th ~ Raptor In Flight at Sonoran Desert Museum
2021 N Kinney Rd.
Oct 30th – Mar 14th ~ Arizona Icecat Hockey
260 S Church Ave.
Time: Varies visit website
Jan 8th – Mar 21st ~ Great American Playhouse ~ Mindy Anna Jones and the Lost Ark of Time
13005 N. Oracle Rd, Oro Valley
Time Varies: Visit website
Jan 15th – Feb 1st ~ Tucson Desert Song Festival
Location & Time Varies: Visit website
2nd Saturdays – Jan 10th – Apr 11th ~ Live History at Tucson’s Presidio Museum
Live demonstrations of what life use to be including soldiers reenactment.
196 N Court Ave. – 10AM – 3PM
Jan 24th – May 23rd ~ U of A Campus Arboretum Tour
Learn the history and heritage of Arizona’s oldest University on a campus tour.
1303 E University Blvd.
Time Varies: Visit website
Jan 28th – Mar 8th ~ HITS Arizona Winter Circuit Horse Show
This boutique horse show offers competition for jumper, hunter and equitation division.
Pima County Fair Grounds – 11300 S Houghton Road
Visit website for detail
Jan 31th – Feb 7th ~ Major League Soccer Preseason
The inaugural Tucson Jazz Festival; 13-days of jazz music, food, and festival fun in the Old Pueblo.
2817 E. Ajo Way, Tucson
Visit website for details
Jan 30th – Feb 15th ~ Tucson’s International Gem, Fossil & Mineral Show
Largest Gem & Mineral show in the nation with over 40 different location! Both Wholesale and retail. Time Varies: Visit website
Feb 7th – Apr 11th ~ Horse Racing at Rillito Park
Where the original quarter horse racing and photo finish started! Every Saturday & Sunday. Gates open 10AM and Post time 1PM
Rillito Park – 4502 N. First Ave.
Feb 21st – Mar 1st ~ Tucson Rodeo & Tucson Rodeo Parade
90th ANNUAL LA FIESTA DE LOS VAQUEROS
4823 S. 6th Ave.
Time Varies: Visit website
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