Tucson Real Estate and Tucson Homes for Sale

Ian Taylor

Top Selling Real Estate Agent Tucson and Oro Valley Arizona AZ Since 1988

Ian Taylor - Long Realty
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Tucson Real Estate

Tucson Real Estate

6130 Canon Del Pajaro
Tucson, CA 85750
Tucson Homes For Sale

Tucson Homes For Sale

4437 Sabino Mountain
Tucson, CA 85750
Tucson Properties

Tucson Properties

6172 Via Del Pichon
Tucson, CA 85718


Tucson Real Estate Overview

Tucson real estate prices started to rise in 2003 and spiked in 2006 just as prices in most other cities in the United States.  In 2002, you could buy a home in Tucson for about $118,000 and by 2006, that home might have sold for $196,000.  But now, home prices have fallen and the median sales price for a home in Tucson is now $123,000.  So, it is possible that a person who bought a home in 2002 can sell today for a profit, but those who bought during the years between 2004 and 2009 may be in a situation where the mortgage on the home is more than today's current value.  It is these homes that are likely to be listed for sale today as foreclosures or as short sales.

Tucson Homes

Many people who buy a home in Tucson are interested in the unique architecture of the area  that reflects Tucson's history and desert location.  Territorial style homes, reminiscent of the Tucson before statehood in 1912 are known for their low cost maintenance.  The Santa Fe is the home style inspired by Pueblo Indians and what most associate with Tucson.  However, Tucson homes come in ranch and contemporary style as well. 

Tucson Property

Tucson property includes homes, condos, multi-family homes as well as ranches and farms.   With many days of warm sunshine, Tucson is an ideal location for those who desire the western experience. 





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Facts About Tucson Real Estate Values / Buyer – Seller Tips

ARMS may be called by various names including, variable-rate loans, adjustable rate loans or adjustable mortgage loans for your Tucson home. They all feature an interest rate that can vary over the rate of the loan.

News About Tucson Homes and Condos

Either you or your agent will want to weed out potential buyers who cannot afford to purchase your Tucson home. Items to investigate include the buyer's debt and credit history, current income and employment, the availability of cash for a down payment, the time the buyer needs before closing on the home and the buyer's level of interest in your home as compared to other properties.

Tucson Real Estate and Tucson Homes for Sale-Ian Taylor, Long Realty, 6875 N. Oracle Rd, Suite 125, Tucson, AZ 85704

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