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Tucson’s real estate market is poised to stay strong into the new year as properties continue to sell fast and for higher than asking prices. Recently, a home near Finger Rock trail in the Catalina Foothills was sold by Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty for $3.795 million in only thre…

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Tucson’s real estate market is staying hot, with year-over-year home prices up nearly 20% in certain neighborhoods. This is attracting a variety of investors and developers, with different plans on how to take advantage of the demand. Earlier this month, residential real estate development c…

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Tucson’s real estate market is staying hot, with year-over-year home prices up nearly 20% in certain neighborhoods. This is attracting a variety of investors and developers, with different plans on how to take advantage of the demand. Earlier this month, residential real estate development c…

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A busy holiday shopping season is a silver lining for retail real estate, according to a new report from real estate services company CBRE. In their annual Holiday Trends report, CBRE reports that more consumers plan to shop in department stores than online as compared to last year, which ma…

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A 20-acre estate on Tucson’s east side recently sold for $4,080,000, making it the city’s most expensive residential real estate sale on the multiple listing service of southern Arizona since 2007. The property on 1416 N. Smokey Springs is a 8,860 square-foot home with six bedrooms, seven ba…

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The real estate market in Tucson remains more than hot, and that goes for homes currently on the market and ones that aren’t even finished yet. Meritage Homes, a national real estate development company headquartered in Scottsdale, recently announced three new developments in the Tucson area…

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La Encantada, the open-air shopping mall in the Catalina Foothills, was sold for $165 million in September. The 246,000-square-foot mall is known for supporting high-end retail, home to stores such as AJ’s Fine Foods, Pottery Barn, Blanco Tacos + Tequila, Crate & Barrel, lululemon and more.