Could we be looking at an early spring this year - not in meteorological terms but real estate? Could the chilly December to February months, which traditionally see fewer buyers out shopping for houses compared with the warmer months that follow, be more active than usual? And if so, what d…
WASHINGTON - A jump in sales of previously occupied homes and further gains in home construction suggest the U.S. housing recovery is gaining momentum.
The median price of a Tucson home rose slightly in August to $145,000 after holding flat at $140,000 for the previous three months.
Colorful pillows on the porch swing, potted flowers and butterflies brighten this bungalow's front porch, adding to the curb appeal that attracts buyers.
An inviting yard doesn't have to rely only on plants. This home's furniture helps create an inviting entry.
Desert-adapted plants are good choices for adding low-maintenance color and enhancing appeal to potential buyers.
Green plants and colorful flowers make this entryway inviting. Keep landscape neat and tidy by blowing off plant litter.
Arizona's native low-care plants keep a home looking fresh and attractive, whether you want to sell the house or improve the view for yourself.
With Tucson's housing market showing signs of life, curb appeal is starting to get more attention.
US home sales reported up across the country
Tucson is the best market for real estate investors, an online real estate company says. The Old Pueblo, where home prices have tumbled to levels not seen since the early 2000s, topped Realtor.com's top 10 list of investment towns. Realtor.com tracks data in 146 major metropolitan markets.
The number of foreclosure notices issued in the Tucson area spiked in February after ebbing for the last several months.
Sales of existing homes in the Tucson market rose nearly 14
percent in 2011, with 13,418 sold, according to the latest figures
from the Tucson Association of Realtors Multiple Listing