Tucson Homes Newsletter October 2014

Tucson Homes Newsletter October 2014 Real Estate Update

Latest Tucson Homes Newsletter October 2014 And Things to Do in Tucson AZ!

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Welcome to the Tucson Homes Newsletter October 2014

The next couple of weeks will be full of great events from Halloween to

All Souls Procession~Day of the Dead


Tucson Homes Newsletter October 2014 – TUCSON MLS REPORT

One has to wonder with Active Listings increasing over 15% since September 2013 and Average Sales Price decreasing over last month ~ do buyers have football fever since they continue to wait on the sidelines?

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Tucson Homes Newsletter October 2014 – Tucson MLS SFR (Single Family Residence) Video Report

For September’s report on SFR only.

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October’s Newsletter Is Focused Around Thoughts To Consider When Putting Your House Up For Sale

For Sale SignThis time of year is fondly referred to as “Snowbird Season”.  It’s typically from November through April when the snowbirds come back to their Tucson home, visitors arrive to get out of the cold and snow and vast in our sunshine while looking for a place they can call “home”.  It’s also a great time to consider listing your home and catch the wave of the snowbird’s buying power.  Whether you’re thinking of selling your home to move up, downsizing, or looking for a great place to live, we look forward to hearing from you to accomplish your real estate goals!  Consider some of these steps necessary to complete a successful close.

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Tucson Homes Newsletter October 2014Easy Curb Appeal Ideas to Sell Your Home

Wondering when a buyer gets their first impression about a home?  It’s not inside the house!

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Tucson Homes Newsletter October 2014Downsizing for Arizona Retirement

What stuff do you have in your basement?  How is the moving cost calculated?

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Tucson Homes Newsletter October 2014Finding the Best Listing Agent to Sell Your Home

Wondering what the right questions are when interviewing a Realtor?

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Tucson Homes Newsletter October 2014 – Arizona Wineries

With another harvest season under their belt, Sonoita, AZ is a great day trip to sample wines.

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 WISHING YOU AND YOsc name=”premiertucsonhomesregistration” FAMILY A BLESSED THANKSGIVING!
 Autumn Leaves

Gardening Tips

Want spring wild flowers next year, plant your seeds now. Plant your herbs like dill, parsley, rosemary, sage, mint, and chives. Prune only if it’s a safety concern.  If you haven’t done so already, adjust your automatic drip system for our fall weather.

What’s Happening Around Tucson   Fun in the Sun

Every Saturday ~ Oro Valley Farmers MarketEvery Saturday PLUS 2nd Saturday of the month (OCT-MAY) enjoy their music, special speaker & tours10901 N. Oracle Rd. (Steam Pump Ranch) Time: 9AM to 1PMEvery Saturday ~ Locomotive Saturdays414 N. Toole Ave.Time: 10AM to 1PM2nd Saturdays ~ Downtown Tucson2nd Saturday of the month enjoy music, food and activities for the whole family.Music starts at 6:30PM. Various children activities during day. Various venues ~ visit website

On Congress St. between Stone Ave. & 5th Ave.

First 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

June 7th – Dec 6th ~ Catalina State Park’s Concert Series

First Saturday of the month enjoy outdoor music.

Main Trailhead at Catalina State Park ~ Oracle Rd. at mile marker 81 (across from Marketplace Mall)

Time: Catalina State Park Concert Schedule

Sept 4th – Nov 15th ~ The Great American Playhouse ~ Beetle-Juiced

13005 N Oracle Rd., Oro Valley

Time: Varies visit website

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.

Oct 31st – Nov 2nd ~ Annual Tucson Celtic Festival

Irish, Scottish & Wales Highland Games with music, dancing, athletics, competitions, food & drinks

Rillito Raceway Park – 4502 N 1st Ave.

Time: 9AM – ?

Oct 31st – Nov 7th ~ Tucson Guitar Society International Festival

1017 N Olive Rd.

Time: Varies visit website

Nov 6th – Nov 8th ~ 100th Anniversary U of A Homecoming

811 N Euclid Ave.

Time: Varies visit website

Nov 8th ~ Sabino Canyon’s 50th Annual Wild for Wilderness Festival

5700 N Sabino Canyon Rd.

Time: 9AM – 3PM

Nov 8th ~ Sahuarita Pecan Festival

Green Valley Pecan Co.

1625 E Sahuarita Rd.

Time: 9AM – 5PM

Nov 8th – Nov 9th ~ 25th Annual All Souls Procession

6th Ave. & 6th St. – Parade starts and goes to Mercado San Agustin

Time: Varies visit website

Nov 15th ~ Family Festival in the Park

Randolph Park – 1100 S Randolph Way

Time: 10AM – 2PM

Nov 15th ~ Pima Air & Space Museum – The B-17

Richard Bushong who flew 28 missions will share his experiences.

6000 E Valencia Rd.

Time: 10AM

Nov 15th & 16th ~ Four Corners of Skyline & Campbell Ave.

Art, gourmet food & demonstrations, wine tasting, live music, and crafts

Held at all four malls ~ La Encantada, Plaza Colonial, Gallery Row, and Paloma Village

Time: 11AM – 4PM

Nov 22nd ~ El Tour de Tucson

America’s largest perimeter bicycling event. All ages & abilities

Visit website for details


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