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N MONA LISA RD , Tucson, AZ 85741
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Built in 1979
W PLACITA DE LA ROSETA , Tucson, AZ 85746
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About Foreclosed Homes in Tucson, AZ

Tucson, AZ has always had a booming real estate industry. If you are planning on investing in foreclosures then this is one city that you should definitely look into. Aside from cheap homes, the city is also known for its fast real estate closing. In fact, many homes for sale are officially sold within a month. This is because Tucson is an ideal city, thanks to its year-round clear weather and friendly citizens. The city is great for young families who are looking for a place to settle down, retirees who are searching for a peaceful neighborhood and young professionals who have recently gained their independence. Take advantage of these opportunities and start searching for foreclosed homes for sale in Tucson, AZ now!

Tucson - Real Estate in the Arizona Sun

Tucson City

Real estate investors have an almost-limitless supply of terrific real estate opportunities in the United States, from Maine to California, Washington to Florida, Texas to Minnesota, and everywhere in between. Some of the most promising opportunities are in metropolitan areas scattered throughout the country that feature unique benefits, attractions, and features to attract new and current homebuyers - the fuel for a great return on investment.

Tucson, Arizona, the second-largest city in the state, is one metro area that continues to show tremendous amounts of promise and potential. With a metro area population of 1.02 million, good for the 52nd largest metro area in the U.S., Tucson is a growing city in what is called the Arizona Sun Corridor. With a terrific climate and gorgeous surroundings, Tucson is known as a retirement destination with a unique, small-city charm in a big-city package. A host of festivals, fairs, shows, arts, and other cultural events and attractions gives Tucson a unique flavor. Also, the high-tech composition of the Tucson economy - ranging from the military to several advanced optics and optoelectronics systems - is worth billions each year.

Median Home Prices

In Tucson, median home prices are usually around $103,000, below national average and lower than the median home values in other cities relatively close to Tucson in size and population. The fact that Arizona has become a premier destination for employment and retirement suggests that Tucson prices are undervalued compared to other cities in other states. Per square foot, Tucson properties have a median value of $74. Tucson also usually reports 21.83 home foreclosures per 10,000 properties, which is higher than the national average. The area with the lowest foreclosure rate is Palo Verde, with a 6.2 rate; the highest foreclosure rate belongs to El Rio Acres, at 248.14.

Best Places for Investment

Tucson AZ City

Some of the best places for investment in Tucson are centrally located in the city and are close to most attractions, employment opportunities, transportation avenues, entertainment districts, and amenities that most Tucson residents desire. These areas also feature low foreclosure rates, which translates into more price stability and greater value retention for investors.

According to these metrics, some great investment areas and neighborhoods include Barrio Hollywood, Blenman-Elm, Catalina Foothills, Catalina Vista, El G.H.E.K.O., Houghton, Jefferson Park, Palo Verde, Richland Heights West, Sam Hughes, Samos, and West University. Jefferson Park, Sam Hughes and West University in particular are adjacent to the 39,000-student University of Arizona, while Houghton is closest in proximity to Davis-Montham Air Force Base.

Arizona Foreclosure Process

Arizona employs both a non-judicial foreclosure process and a judicial foreclosure process. The choice of which process is followed is determined by the presence of a Power of Sale clause in the deed of trust securing the property. If there is one present, the lender - through a trustee - can file a Notice of Trustee Sale. After three months, a foreclosure auction can then be held. A judicial foreclosure is not as common and takes longer to process in Arizona than a non-judicial one. One important note for this state is that lenders are not required to issue Notices of Default as is common with other states.

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