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Stuart McDaniel, candidate for Pima County Board of Supervisors District 1, has been endorsed by the Tucson Association of Realtors (TAR), the largest trade association in Southern Arizona.
The 21st Annual Tucson Association of Realtors® Shootout has grown to more than 5,000 participants plus their coaches, team officials, families and friends, making it one of Tucson’s major events.
The Tucson REALTORS® Charitable Foundation (TRCF) has awarded $5,000 to four local non-profit organizations as part of its quarterly distribution program.
With a focus on sustaining a quality community, the Tucson Association of REALTORS® views its title sponsorship of the 25th Annual Tucson Association of REALTORS® Shootout – presented by the Fort Lowell Soccer Club -- as a dynamic way to advance the region’s economy.
The Tucson REALTORS® Charitable Foundation (TRCF) raised over $4,000 at its special event to launch the Annual School Supplies Drive in partnership with Tucson Values Teachers (TVT). Since TVT can leverage cash donations at 2-to-1, “our approach this year was to focus on collecting money instead of actual school supplies,” said TRCF Executive Director Philip Tedesco, who also serves as CEO of the Tucson Association of REALTORS® (TAR).
The Tucson Association of Realtors has endorsed Dr. Satish Hiremath for Oro Valley mayor, and Mark Finchem, Joe Hornat and Mary Snider for the town council.
More than 120 Pima County high school students, including several from Marana, learned about financial literacy and home ownership this fall from members of the Tucson Association of Realtors’ housing opportunities committee.
Greater Tucson’s residential real estate market had more sales and fewer new listings during May, according to the Tucson Association of Realtors’ Multiple Listing Service.
A free homeownership fair is being hosted by the Tucson Association of Realtors on Saturday, April 10.
If you’ve been considering making a move, how do you know when it’s the right time to sell your home? It’s an age-old question and one that seems to be at the forefront of many people’s minds these days as home prices continue to climb and the market regains strength.
Smart Money magazine has named Tucson one of the “seven places to retire in an economic downturn.”
Home Buyers, Sellers Now Access Actual Sales Prices on Tucson, Sedona Homes Within 24 Hours of Sale
Homeless teenagers. Imagine your formative high school years being spent on the street. Are these lives being thrown away before they’ve even had a chance to chart their own course?
A Tucson woman has been chosen 2009 president-elect of the board of the National Association of Realtors
Amphitheater School District bus driver Tammy Barrie accepts bags of donated school supplies from Minette Goldsmith, with Senior Loan Officers, a member of the Tucson Association of Realtors.
Students in Northwest Tucson are benefiting from the fifth annual Stuff the Bus School Supplies Drive presented by the Tucson Association of Realtors, in partnership with Walgreens and KVOA-TV’s Kristi’s Kids.
Tucson’s Multiple Listing Service has a new leader for 2011. Greg Hollman of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage will lead the board of directors for the Tucson Association of Realtors® MLS, which has three offices in Tucson — one in Oro Valley and two in Green Valley.
Elected and government officials, community leaders, environmentalists, developers, homebuilders, planners, neighborhood representatives and citizens are talking about regional land use this coming Wednesday, Dec. 3.
1. Develop a household budget. Instead of creating a budget of what you'd like to spend, use receipts to create a budget that reflects your actual spending habits over the last several months. This approach will factor in unexpected expenses, such as car repairs, as well as predictable costs such as rent, utility bills, and groceries.
SunBird real estate broker earns manager certification
Thursday, Feb. 17
On Nov. 3, voters in Tucson will decide the fate of Proposition 200 - the "Public Safety First" initiative.
Almost every person comes to a point in their life where they take the bold and courageous step to buy their first home. Having knowledgeable people who look out for your interests more than their own is something realtors Jay Lotoski and wife Hilary Backlund, of Long Realty Company, make their first priority.