Tucson Real Estate News
Surrounded by gorgeous deserts and a number of national parks, Tucson, Arizona, looks like a painting come alive. The city is known for its gorgeous sights, unique architecture, and its Native American influence. The city is home to more than 520,000 people, and the metro area surrounding it is even larger. Tucson is home to the University of Arizona and Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. Both employ a large number of residents. The tourism and technology industries are both very strong in Tucson&mdread more..
Tucson, Arizona, is the second-largest city in the state. The city is nicknamed Optics Valley because of the many companies in the city that operate in the optics industry, and many of its residents work in this area. Tucson is the county seat of Pima County, the only county in which residents overwhelmingly voted against the state’s gay marriage ban of 2013. Because it’s the home of most of the more liberal-minded residents of Arizona, Tucson doesn’t have much ofread more..
Tucson is the second largest city in Arizona, located southeast of Phoenix and just sixty miles north of the Mexican and U.S. border. The area has many beautiful communities, some of which overlap the city limits. These include; Casas Adobes, Catalina Foothills, Tortilla, Sahara, Vail, New Pascua and Tanque Verd. Good Old Pueblo, as the city is sometimes called is located at the base of a volcanic mountain. According to Best Places statistics Tucson, especially in the zip code of 85756 haread more..
Tucson, Arizona is one of Advocate Magazines top recommended cities and is on our list as well simply because the local government has many pro gay laws and policies, a domestic partner orientation and a very active LGBT community. It was voted one of the top places for members of the LGBT community to live in 2007, and Tucson is still going strong. The reasons for the positive vote by The Advocate were low housing prices, beautiful architecture and also a stable job market. Tread more..
Gay realtor Tucson sees this Arizona city as a mecca for different Southwestern home architecture and design. Many of the homes here are hybrids of the modern with the ancient. Older adobe style homes have merged with the contemporary to create real gems that are perfect for the weather extremes associated with desert living. Many of the newer versions of the Spanish mission and adobe homes familiar to the southwest now have wind mills and solar energy which means that many of these homes can ruread more..