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Real Estate Agent - Realty One Group Mountain Desert - AZDRE# SA582422000
Life, Living & Real Estate In Tucson, Arizona
One of the wonderful things about blogging is the opportunities that come out of nowhere to meet people from all over the world, from all walks of life...for reasons you never dreamed of!   Because of a post I wrote in January about the new learning center at Tucson's Reid Park Zoo, a professor o...
Do you have good credit, but just can't come up with the 3.5% down payment that FHA loans require? Can't use a USDA Rural loan because you don't want to live out in the areas that qualify for that program? In Arizona there's a solution that just might work for you:  Arizona Home Buyer Solutions G...
Yes - its true.  I coulda been a hero today...but wasn't.I had every opportunity, at no risk to my person or anyone else's...yet didn't act when I had the opportunity. Had I followed my own advice, things might be different for several people, but I didn't.If only I had done myself what I tell ot...
Tucson's Birthday Party 2009 - and Dedication Event of 4th Avenue Underpass Downtown A week ago, Tucson celebrated its 234th birthday with a party to rededicate the underpass that links the University of Arizona & 4th Avenue with Congress Street & Downtown Tucson.  Here is a video slideshow of ph...
Yesterday, I was at a brown-bag think session with members of the Tucson Downtown Partnership, Metropolitan Pima Alliance and Southern Arizona Home Builders Association.  What we were learning about was a draft proposal for invigorating Tucson's core that the Downtown Partnership is working on - ...
Hacienda de Miguel Nestled in one of Tucson's premier communities, this home looks directly into Pima Canyon.    Surrounded by hundreds of saguaros and cradled in romance by the foothills of the Catalina Mountains, this historically inspired home features 3 bedrooms, 4 baths and is luxuriously ap...
Well, folks - Tucson was born 234 years ago this week, being formed in 1775.  Captain Hugh O'Connor chose the site (what is now Downtown Tucson) for the Presidio San Augustin del Tucson (Contrary to thought in some regions of the country, not everything that took place back then was related to th...
With most of the action happening on the lower end of the market in Tucson - the luxury market is still in a slump.This fact leads to opportunities for buyers looking to take advantage of their strong position and pick up the home of their dreams or make an investment in resort property.   Luxury...
It was the best of times.         It was the worst of times.(apologies to Dickensian scholars worldwide) It is a buyer’s market.              It is a seller’s market. Both statements are true—it all depends on what part of the market you’re looking at. There are some very interesting dynamics at ...
Well folks...I've been neglecting my friends & my blog on ActiveRain - and it isn't a smart thing.  Neither in the realm of friendship nor business-wise. It is easy to get caught up in the excuses:  "...but I've been doing this! ...had to do that instead! ...my dog ate my computer!" ...you get th...

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