Contemplating Selling Your Tucson Townhome?
In the last six months, 539 townhomes in Tucson have sold. Not Marana, Oro Valley, Vail, Sahuarita or Green Valley. Just Tucson. 214 of the now CLOSED listings, almost HALF, had an accepted offer in one week or less. Over 400 of them were priced at $250,000 or less.
Wondering if a townhome is for you? Typically, a Tucson, AZ townhome is one story, shares a wall or two, and has a carport or attached garage. Condos here are more like apartments and mostly have unattached parking. HOA fees often determine into your loan payment, so watching that pricing is important as well. Community pool? Park? Those are common as well.
As a buyer, maybe a condo or apartment isn't for you. Maybe you want the low-care often associated with maintaining the exterior of a Tucson Townhome, but want community amenities. Perhaps you need a "snowbird" or vacation home. Maybe you are simplifying your lifestyle and wishing for something a bit smaller.
Last week I listed a two bedroom cutie near Tucson Medical Center.
It was attractively priced at $130,000. Can you say multiple offers? Can you say multiple backup contracts?
What does this mean for you?
Perhaps you are thinking of moving into something larger? Maybe you are a landlord and just don't want to rent anymore. Now might be the perfect time for you to sell.
I'm happy to stop by with a no-obligation market analysis for you of what your Tucson Townhome might resale for in today's market.
Maybe it's time to move on. The buyers are waiting.