There is a section within Civano dedicated to commercial. TMC had plans to build the Rincon Campus there. There surrounding properties would attact businesses that would support the hospital. Within Civano are mixed use areas that allow for commercial and residential to occupy certain districts designated by the Planned Area Development (PAD). The PAD can be viewed at the City of Tucson Planning & Development Services Dept.... more
The real estate market is self regulating and homes are only worth what someone will pay for them. If someone likes Civano enough to pay that amount then the property will sell. If not it will sit on the market and will eventually come down in price. If you are in the market for a home in that area give me a call and I can help you find the perfect home.
Wildcat Realty & Property Management
Great question, I would call them and ask. If you go to site to visit, I strongly urge you to bring your Realtor with you as new builds are nortorious for trying to get buyers to sign with no agent, and they pocket the difference. Work with a local Realtor, ask for references.
You may want and like a "new build" and if that is your preference, that is fine. However, I would also like to point out in our Tucson Market there are a lot of inventory, REOS and etc where a lot of the time, buyers can get what they want and get more for than money than a "new build".
I have worked with a lot of out of state buyers, if you are interested please click on my profile and drop me a line. Best of luck.
Tierra Antigua Realty
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Civano 10th Anniversary Neighborhood Celebration October 17, 2009 by nicklabriola The community of Civano in SE Tucson celebrated their 10th Anniversary this weekend with a solar home tour, crafts,
I would suggest that you find a local realtor that has sold new construction in the area you are considering purchasing. They should have experience in new constructions sales, and should be able to provide you with samples of successfully negotiated and sold homes. Ask them for past spec sheets that contain every detail that would be required to build a house. You don't want to find out that you made an offer, it was accepted, then find out that the kitchen wasn't included, or that you only had a $500.00 credit for your kitchen, etc. Make sure you higher a realtor as a "buyers broker" to represent your best interests. When you know what type of kitchen, baths, bedrooms, etc that you would like, make a list of every detail that you can think of, including ceiling heights in the basement and other levels, fireplaces, energy star efficiency, etc, refer to the realtor's spec sheet that she/he has provided and add those details to be included in the purchase price that you offer, and most importantly, ask for things that have sold in the last 4-6 months so that you know you won't overpay...Good luck.