Tucson Real Estate Trends
- The Tucson and Southern Arizona 2016 Mid-year Housing Report is now available for your information. It is a helpful tool for seeing residential transaction trends.
- Pathway to Purchase program with down-payment assistance is now available to homebuyers. Click the link for more information.
- Get estimates of your home value from three sources – visit my website to determine the value of your home. Just click on the link that says “Your Home’s Value”.
- It’s a good time to sell – greater demand, low inventory, higher sales price
- It’s a good time to buy – low interest rates
- Call me! – 520-248-6297
A Little Something About Me
- In 2011 I ended seven years of living full-time in a travel trailer, and moved into a two bedroom, two bath townhouse.
- I purchased my home through the Pima County Community Land Trust, a program for low-income home buyers. This program is still available.
- Now, as a Realtor® with Long Realty Company I’m interested in helping other low income buyers qualify to realize their goal of home ownership.
The Word of the Month is Chili
Two years ago I traveled with my partner to Terlingua, Texas to experience the annual Original International Championship Chili Cookoff. This annual event raises money for the ALS Foundation through chili competition and entertainment.
This summer we have entered chili cookoff competitions through another organization, the Chili Appreciation Society International, that “raises money for charity through the promotion of chili”. Each locale has its own charities, and the cookoffs conducted there provide funds for those local charities. We have two more events scheduled for this summer. More on that later.
Celebrate Tucson’s Birthday on August 19th at the Presidio.
“Presidio San Agustin Museum is a re-creation of the Tucson Presidio built in 1775. Visitors travel back in time to learn about life as early Tucsonans would have lived it. Docent tours discuss life in the Presidio for soldiers and other residents. Additional highlights include an original Sonoran row house and a prehistoric pit house.”