Tucson Homes Newsletter September 2020
Latest Tucson Homes News And Things to Do in Tucson AZ!
Welcome to the Tucson Homes Newsletter September 2020
As with many great Tucson events, the All Souls Procession has been cancelled. This is one of the kick off events on the winter event calendar. You won’t get to attend this year, but here is a brief video to remind you what to expect in 2021…..we hope!
Tucson Housing Market Report – August 2020
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?
Consider This When Selling Your Home
This time of year is fondly referred to as “Snowbird” Season.
It runs from November through April and snowbirds flock back to their Tucson homes. Along with the snowbirds, visitors make the journey to get out of the cold and snow. Many are looking for a place they can call their “home”.
Snowbird season is a great time to consider listing your home. Whether you’re thinking of a bigger one for the “winter guests” or downsizing, the winter months are a prime time to sell a home.
And it will be even better this year. Why?
Take a look at our Tucson Housing Market Report for August 2020. A pay attention to the number of active listings! At the end of August there were ONLY 1,233 single family homes on the market. Yes, that was 1,233 homes for sale in the entire Tucson market.
Consider these helpful tips steps to get your home ready to sell.
Want to know more? Give us a call and we will answer your questions and, if you want, list your home and get it SOLD!
Tucson Homes Newsletter September 2020 – Easy Curb Appeal Ideas to Sell Your Home
Wondering when a buyer gets their first impression about a home? It’s not inside the house!
Downsizing For That Arizona Retirement
What stuff do you have in your basement? How is the moving cost calculated?
Tucson Homes Newsletter September 2020 – Finding the Best Listing Agent to Sell Your Home
Wondering what the right questions are when interviewing a Realtor?
Tucson Homes Newsletter September 2020 – Arizona Wineries
With another harvest season under their belt, Sonoita, AZ is a great day trip to sample wines.
The wine tasting rooms in Sonoita have are opening up. The winery owners owners they are going above and beyond following the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention standards. It is a great day trip and opportunity to find a “favorite” bottle for your next dinner party.
Gardening Tips For The Fall
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.
Restaurants and bars are open with restrictions on capacity. Gyms have reopened with restrictions. Things appear to be getting better……we hope.
In Oro Valley, the Steam Pump Ranch has Saturday Farmers Market. But due to Covid there are fewer vendors.
Temporary stages have been erected to host performances, but check for specific dates.