by Teya Vitu
Funny how the same space can serve low-income senior citizens for nearly 40 years and then, one-year later, welcome jet-setting empty nesters and the young urban-oriented generation.
That’s the intention, at any rate, for the former
The Pima County Recorder’s Office is saying that electronic reporting of documents such as real estate transactions, land titles and divorces has dramatically speeded up processing for customers.
E-recording is saving on both paper and postage costs; UPS is coming only once a week, and with mail volume is decreasing to the point that
A property tax exemption may be possible for residents of Pima County who qualify. Widows, widowers and individuals with disabilities who meet certain
While construction swiftly proceeds for The Cadence student housing project, a leasing office has already been open on 4th Avenue since the end of September to
The Pima County Housing Center is working with Don’t Borrow Trouble® Pima County and HUD-approved housing counseling agencies to help identify borrowers who were
The following is a news release from the National Association of Realtors:
Local Realtor Michael Ray Campbell, a broker associate with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, is one of five winners chosen by the National Association of Realtors as a REALTOR Magazine’s 2012 Good Neighbor Award winner.
Campbell was selected for
Back in 2006, the talk was about Depot Plaza – demolish the Martin Luther King Jr. Apartments and build three towers with a mix of affordable and market-rate housing in a plaza setting.
Depot Plaza is not a term heard much recently, even though two
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