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New Tucson Developments/ Tucson Land Deals In September

October 9th, 2013 by Michael Oliver

Here is a good summary of what is happening in the Tucson land markets last month. Generally as land is purchased then developed we see new home communities pop up 3-6 months after. DR Horton has been aggressive since last year with many new home neighborhoods starting to open across the city. Also apartment developers are still looking to build in Tucson with low interest rates and a high growth rate expected in Pima County for the next 20 years:

Tucson’s Land Market and Foreclosure Lots Statistics

February 11th, 2011 by Michael Oliver

Tucson’s land market while much slower over the past several years offers investors, as

Tucson's Land market is pretty depressed right now but buyers can get a great deal if they understand what is happening within the marketplace.

well as buyers looking to hedge or build a property great values at today’s price levels. Foreclosure land (raw land/ lots) are what is currently hot as 52% of all land/ lot sales in Tucson are bank owned property. The prices in this segment of the market are also much less expensive and foreclosure lots are available in all price ranges and areas of the metro Tucson area.

Land In Tucson- Vacant Tucson Lots/ Parcels Of Land And what To Know When Buying It-

March 30th, 2010 by Michael Oliver

"Tucson Land For Sale"

Tucson Land can be great to buy and build a home on, or invest in just make sure you understand the process

Are you interested in buying a parcel of vacant land in Tucson? Many buyers want to buy a pice of land and then build a dream home upon it and for many this dream becomes a reality. However it is important you understand the Tucson land market is very different from the regular residential business most Realtors deal in. Lots available for sale have zoning that must be adhered too, many vacant lots within neighborhoods that are being developed will have building restrictions on how your home should look and how large or small it is allowed to be. Buying land in Tucson and building a home on it is a very complex transaction only buyers willing to spend time to learn the process should get involved with.

Michael Oliver - Best Tucson Realtor