Tucson Homes Newsletter July 2015 Real Estate Update
Latest Tucson Homes Newsletter July 2015 And Things to Do in Tucson AZ!
Welcome to the Tucson Homes Newsletter July 2015
|The heat of the summer has also heated up our year over year results with gains in our Average Sales Price, Under Contract, Median Sales Price, Unit Sales, and Average List Price. We are down year over year AND month (May) over month (June) in both New Listings and Active Listings. Typically this being our quiet time of year, will the buyer trend continue in Unit Sales?|
Tucson Homes Newsletter June 2015 – Tucson MLS Single Family Residence (SFR) Video Report
|Watch June’s video report on SFR only.|
6 Month Recap of Tucson’s MLS Real Estate Statistics
|Within the last 6 months the Tucson MLS Real Estate Statistics have dropped in “Active Listings” by 17% and “Unit Sales” has increased by 84%! What do you think happened to the “Average Sales Price” and who do you think is enjoying the ride; buyer or seller?
How to Buy a House in Tucson 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, do you have questions on representation, contract requirements, our tax climate, foreign buyer, or costs associated with buying a home in Tucson, Arizona?
Considering a Mortgage When Buying a House in Tucson Arizona?
|With mortgage interest rates at record lows, many are getting a home mortgage. Your question may be ~ “What can I afford?” “What type of loans are there?” “How can I get qualified?” Here’s some clarification.
Tucson Homes Newsletter July 2015 – 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.
Tucson Homes Newsletter June 2015 – Gardening Tips
|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.
|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 Last 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
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 3rd – Aug 21st ~ Summer Jazz Concert Series
Main Gate Square – Geronimo Plaza
On University Blvd. (between Park & Euclid)
Every Other Saturday – 5PM – Midnight
May 2nd – Sept 5th ~ Music in the Desert
Catalina State Park – 11570 N Oracle Rd.
1st Saturday of the month – Time: 7PM – visit: website
3rd Saturday Starting May 16th~Drive-In Movies on the Driving Range
Oro Valley Community & Recreation Center
10555 N La Canada Dr.
May 22nd – Aug 14th ~ Movies in the Park
Reid Park – 900 S Randolph Way
Schedule varies visit: website
Jun 6th – Sept 5th ~ Cool Summer Nights at the Sonoran Desert Museum
Every Saturday – 5PM – 10PM
2021 N Kinney Rd – visit: website
June 30th – Sept 29th ~ Dog Days of Summer at the Tucson Botanical Gardens
Every Tuesday & Thursday. Bring a leash, water for you and your dog and waste disposal bags.
2150 N. Alvernon Way – 7AM – 4:30PM
Tucson Speedway NASCAR Season
11955 S. Harrison Rd.
For Schedule Visit: website
Primavera Cooks – Summer Session
Multi-course meal prepared with help from apprentice chefs and sommeliers to raise funds supporting services for Tucson’s homeless.
Location Varies Visit: website
Aug 12th – August 16th – Tucson Bird & Wildlife Festival
350 S Freeway
Time Varies Visit: website
Aug 17th – Arizona Golf – Senior Cup Series
Gallery Golf Club Dove Mountain
More information visit website
Aug 22nd – Salsa & Tequila Challenge
La Encantada Mall – 2905 E Skyline Dr.
Time: 7PM – 10 PM
Aug 20th – Aug 22nd ~ Tucson’s Birthday Celebration!
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