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Not mentioning the bank by name, let’s just say it has been in the news a lot and initials are used quite frequently. I’ve been through Short Sales before. Not easy, but not this bad. Here’s the story. Much to my chagrin, my clients decided back in late May it would be easier to get the bank to...
Southeast of Tucson is the community known as Rancho del Lago. With a slightly higher elevation than Tucson, Rancho del Lago is a few degrees cooler. What attracts a lot of people to the area is the golf course. There are subdivisions within this community with life styles for everyone from the y...
Home Buyers have more options to their advantage today than they did a few years back. Interest rates are much lower and there are deals to be made. The challenge is what deal is right for which Buyer. Hopefully we can sort that out. Owner Sellers Using a Real Estate Agent: This is the traditiona...
Home Buyers are faced with the dilemma of whether to buy now or wait. With the economy as it is many area afraid that tomorrow they may not have a job. There are a few ways to deal with that situation. First is to know your job market, career path, business performance, etc. If you just started a...
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One of the most famous historic neighborhoods of Tucson real estate is Winterhaven. Every Christmas season this community erupts with lights and decorations to mark the holiday season with the Winterhaven Festival of Lights. Children of all ages walk, ride in vehicles or take hay rides through th...
Tucson real estate holds another historic treasure called Armory Park. On the old Military Plaza known in the 1870's as Camp Lowell was the early settlement known as Armory Park. During this time Tucson was the most populous community in the Arizona Territory. With the construction of the railroa...
Midvale Park is a master development started in the 1980's. Prior to the development it was a large cotton field with a grove of pecan trees along Drexel Road. I remember passing by on my way home from swing shift when it was cotton fields. As soon as you crossed the Santa Cruz River you could fe...