Tucson Homes Newsletter March 2015

Tucson Homes Newsletter March 2015 Real Estate Update

Latest Tucson Homes Newsletter March 2015 And Things to Do in Tucson AZ!


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Welcome to the Tucson Homes Newsletter March 2015

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Tucson Homes Newsletter March 2015 – TUCSON MLS REPORT

You can definitely tell that spring is in the air as our February numbers rose to the occasion.  Could it be with the Fannie and Freddi down payment requirement being reduced it was the fertilizer to stimulate the real estate market?


Tucson Homes Newsletter January 2015 Tucson Homes Stats Read Me

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Tucson Homes Newsletter March 2015 – Tucson MLS Single Family Residence (SFR) Video Report

For February’s report on SFR only.

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Scottsdale Arizona Verses Oro Valley – A Comparison

In Scottsdale you’ll pay more for a home, have a higher cost of living, and deal with property values that declined over 2014.  May want to consider Oro Valley where you’ll pay more than $100K less for a home and in Oro Valley the property values increased over 2014 and projected to increase double of what Scottsdale is projecting for 2015.  Which town is the apple in our eye?

Apples 2 Apples

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Mount Lemmon Camping ~ Catalina Mountains In Tucson

Now that spring is in the air and summer around the corner, have you considered a camping trip and/or a visit to Mount Lemmon. Situated at the top of the Santa Catalina Mountains, it’s a great place to breath the aspen air and see the Tucson valley below. Do you know how many campsites there are to enjoy?

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Tucson Homes Newsletter March 2015 – House Cleaning Tips

Bathtub or Sink Stains:  Place a paste mixture of cream of tartar and hydrogen peroxide on the stain. By the time the paste dries, the stain should be gone.

Tucson Homes Newsletter March 2015 – Gardening Tips

Water: Adjust drip system to accommodate new plants and the warming temps. Fertilize: Watch for iron deficiency (yellow leaves with green veins) on citrus, pyracantha, gardenia, and bottlebrush.  If evident, apply chelated iron as directed on package. Roses need slow release fertilizer specially formulated with nitrogen and phosphorous every two weeks during their spring peak bloom. 

Prune: Cut back frost damaged citrus.

Plant: Plant seedlings of pepper, tomatoes, squash and green onions. Also plant shrubs, wildflowers, cacti such as prickly pear, cholla and saguaro.

What’s Happening Around Tucson Fun in the Sun

Every Saturday ~ Oro Valley Farmers Market
PLUS 2nd Saturday of the month (OCT-MAY) enjoy music, special speakers, and tours
10901 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 1PMLast Saturday Mountain Bike Ride ~ All year long Location varies. Visit their website.2nd Thursdays ~ Oro Valley Concert Series 

12155 N Oracle Rd. – Marketplace Mall at the Century Theater Courtyard

Time: 6PM Visit the website for concert schedule.

2nd Saturdays ~ Downtown Tucson
Enjoy music, food, and activities for the whole family. Various children activities during day.
Congress St. between Stone Ave. & 5th Ave. Time: Music starts at 6:30PM Various venues ~ visit website

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

Apr 3rd  – Aug 21st ~ Main Gate Square Concert Series

Between Park & Euclid Ave. on University Blvd.

Time is 7PM ~ For concert schedule visit website

Apr 18th – 19th ~ Old Tucson’s Bluegrass Weekend

201 S Kinney Rd.

Time: 10AM – 6PM

Apr 18th & 19th ~ SE Arizona Wine Growers Festival ~ Kief Joshua Vinyards

370 Elgin Road Elgin, AZ

Time: 11AM – 5PM

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.


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 22nd – Apr 4th ~ Tucson Invitational Games (TIG)

College softball & baseball spring training. Games, time, and location varies.

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