I agree with Mbll's assessment of pricing in TFR as I have also done a lot of research on this gorgeous land. Mbll: lots 105 and 106 are in the far east side off of Camino Sepulveda. Here is a link to a great map of this subdivision: http://tubacfoothillsranch.com/maps.html
I'm a realtor in Tucson representing a land buyer and I'm also listing a property there. I'd love to share what I know so far about this area.email firstname.lastname@example.org
The guy seems to be the major realitor for the area. My guess is the pricing is probably in line with what it should be. Two recent sales were for $8,600 per acre (approx) and another very large lot (almost 40 acres) was for 6,000 per acre. Again - all the lots in the Foothills are
selling mostly in the $7,000 to $12,000 range (average).
I'd love to know where lot 106 is? I'm in the market... ;-) As a buyer - I can tell you we are not worried about the "assessment" as much as our two motivations. 1) Buy, sell in 5 years and a splittable parcel is more desireable in that case 2) If the land is stunning, we'd want to buy and build but best case is buy, split in 5 years and build. We'd be willing to pay more in case #2 ;-) 3) Comps but not in the formal assessment sense of the word. Anotherwords, once I narrow it down to 2-3 lots - it will be value and potential for the money. Cheers.. - Feel free to email me if you want to give me more info.