Tucson Real Estate Newsletter June 2019

Premier Tucson Homes Newsletter June 2019

Latest News, Views  And Coming Events

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This issue of our Tucson Newsletter June 2019 offers summer events that your whole family will enjoy.

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Tucson Homes Newsletter
TUCSON MLS REPORT – May 2019

The Tucson Real Estate Market made BIG gains in May. Average Sales Price, Median Sale Price and Listing Prices were all up over 6%. And the Median Sale Price surpassed the June 2007 peak of $225,000 by $7,000. Coming in at $232,000.

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Buying a House in Arizona

Whether you bought a home 20 years ago or 3 years ago in Minnesota, it’s the state that governs the real estate law. Each state has their own real estate contract.

If you’re thinking of buying a home in Tucson, get the answers to questions on representation, contract requirements, our tax climate, foreign buyer, or costs associated with buying a home in Tucson, Arizona.

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House Cleaning Tips

Remove Stains: Cream of Tartar is a long-forgotten cleaning agent. Used with a little water or vinegar to lift even the most stubborn stains from grout, mildew, or even burner pans and casserole dishes. Cream of tartar is one of nature’s best bleaching agents.

Gardening Tips For June

Water: Adjust drip system to accommodate warming temps and monsoon season. Large established cacti and succulents will need supplemental watering every 5-6 weeks if monsoon rains have been scarce.

Fertilize: Fertilize citrus and succulents with cactus fertilizer every month during the warm season. (If using regular fertilizer, dilute to half strength).

Prune: Cut back mesquite and palo verde trees.

Protect: We’re into our hottest season. Cover citrus trunks to prevent sunburn damage. Drape sensitive plants with shade cloth to protect from sun damage.

What’s Happening In June tucson Fun in the Sun

 

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

June 15, 2019 – August 31, 2019
From: 05:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Each week on Saturday

Description:
Beat the Arizona heat and enjoy a family-friendly outing during popular Cool Summer Nights at Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum every Saturday evening, May 18-August 31, 2019.

Enjoy clear views of stunning sunsets, star-specked skies, night-blooming plants, and animals reappearing from their daytime naps.

The Sonoran Desert comes alive at night as nocturnal animals awake. Bats perform aerial acrobatics in pursuit of dinner, beavers splash around in their pond, and scorpions glow green under black light.

Bring your flashlight and explore, experience a live animal encounter, or participate in special nightly activities.

See the schedule on desertmuseum.org themes and activities.

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Independence Day Celebrate July 4th, Old West Style
Thu, Jul 4 – Sun, Jul 7
Old Tucson, 201 Kinney Rd
Tucson, AZ

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Southwest Wings Birding and Nature Festival

July 31, 2019 – August 3, 2019
Recurring daily
Go to their website for details.

What to plan for –
Self-guided and guided tours, field trips, guided trips, exhibits, and presentations about Southern Arizona birds and butterflies at this long-standing annual conference based at Cochise Community College in Sierra Vista, near some of the country’s best birding areas.

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If you don’t know,  birds and birding are big in Tucson, AZ…..

Southeast Arizona Birding Festival

August 7, 2019 – August 11, 2019
Where – Tucson Audubon Society
Times and events vary so check their  website

Admission:Free Nature Expo. Costs for workshops, programs, and field trips vary.

What to expect –
The spectacular biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert and the Sky Island mountains comes alive during the summer monsoon rains. Celebrate the special birds and wildlife of southeastern Arizona in August at this nature festival presented by Tucson Audubon and Zeiss.

Free Nature Expo with family-friendly activities, live birds and other animals, free nature talks, casual bird walks, workshops, and vendor fair in addition to half- and full-day trips to see birds you can find nowhere else in the U.S., workshops, and more.

Conclusion

It’s summer, but there are still lots for things to do in Tucson. Pick one and have a wonderful day getting to know Tucson.

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