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Active Listing & Months of inventory

May 15th, 2014 | By
Active Listing & Months of inventory

In the Sahuarita area, April 2014 active inventory was 229, a 68% increase from April 2013. There were 46 closings in April 2014, virtually unchanged from April 2013. Months of Inventory was 5.0, up from 3.0 in April 2013. Median price of sold homes was $166,750 for the month of April 2014, up 9% from […]



Question of the Month

May 15th, 2014 | By
Question of the Month

Q: What should I do if I’m driving and I get caught in a dust storm? A: Dust storms can create dangerous, sometimes even deadly driving conditions and sometimes reduce visibility to zero. The area between Tucson and Phoenix is noted for being the only place in the United States to experience the “haboob,” a […]



Should I Rent My House It I Can’t Sell It

Mar 17th, 2014 | By
Should I Rent My House It I Can’t Sell It

There has been a lot written about how buying a home is less expensive than renting one in most parts of the country. Rents are skyrocketing and homes are still at great prices. These two situations are also causing some sellers to consider renting their home instead of selling it. After all, a homeowner can […]



The Mortgage Connection

Mar 12th, 2014 | By
The Mortgage Connection

Purchase a house with your Tax Refund as a Down Payment! Is your goal this year to buy a new home? Do you think that may never happen for you because you don’t have the money to put down? If you will be receiving a tax refund you can use that money toward a down […]



Most Recent Sahuarita Homes Sales (March and April)

Mar 12th, 2014 | By
Most Recent Sahuarita Homes Sales (March and April)

Every month as a courtesy to our readers we provide a list of the most recent homes sold within the city of Sahuarita and the surrounding areas. We provide this information to help illustrate the state of the real estate market as well as give insights into the popularity and changing landscape of Sahuarita and […]



How Burglars See Your Home

Mar 12th, 2014 | By
How Burglars See Your Home

What makes a home an attractive target for burglars? What can you do to protect yourself? Here are five easy tips from American Home Shield to “think like a burglar” and keep your home safe. Keep a low profile. Is your flat-screen TV visible through a window from the street? Do you have an expensive […]



Be on the Lookout for Bees As Temperatures Rise

Mar 12th, 2014 | By
Be on the Lookout for Bees As Temperatures Rise

With temperatures rising quickly this spring and flowers blooming in the desert already, bees have started to become more active in Arizona. That’s why you can’t forget to turn to the experts when they start buzzing around your neighborhood – be sure to call 1-800-GO TRULY for Truly Nolen Pest Control Services to come to […]



The Mortgage Connection

Jan 9th, 2014 | By
The Mortgage Connection

Own a home with LITTLE or NO down payment money required! Are you tired of renting and still dreaming of owning your own home? Is the issue of not having “enough” money for a down payment ever been a problem? Well, there are solutions for these problems and we can help! We have 3 easy […]



Most Recent Sahuarita Homes Sales

Jan 9th, 2014 | By

Every month as a courtesy to our readers we provide a list of the most recent homes sold within the city of Sahuarita and the surrounding areas. We provide this information to help illustrate the state of the real estate market as well as give insights into the popularity and changing landscape of Sahuarita and […]



Question of the Month

Jan 9th, 2014 | By
Question of the Month

Q: I live in Rancho Sahuarita. I have a friend who also lives in Rancho, but her HOA dues are lower than mine. Why? A: The regular Rancho Sahuarita HOA dues are currently $93 a month. People who live in gated communities, or in the Presidio del Cielo sections that share front common areas pay […]