What Do Baby Boomers and Tucson Have In Common?

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Real Estate Agent with Tierra Antigua Realty

Real Estate Dog For A WalkMany baby boomers are looking at Tucson for retirement or for a winter home. So what makes Tucson real estate and living in Tucson better than other areas? For those moving to Tucson from larger cities like Chicago, New York City and Washington DC, the price of homes are considerably less. If moving from North Dakota, Kansas or Nebraska you may be in for a shock.

A 1,600 square foot home may cost anywhere between $160,000 to $300,000 depending on what geographical location you choose. Getting with a REALTOR® will prove helpful in determining what area will fit your needs. There are a variety of communities at your disposal. You can conduct a home search or search for a golf community to see what I mean.

Baby boomers will find adult communities, gated communities, golf communities, equestrian communities, master developments, condos, luxury homes, communities with private air fields, unsubdivided acreage, suburban communities, historical communities, and rural communities. If you like mountain views there’s the Santa Catalina, Rincon’s, Santa Rita’s, Tucson Mountains, and Tortolitas to choose from.   Read the rest of this entry »

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