Alex R, Home Seller in Tucson, AZ

I need to find an appraiser that is experienced with the Tubac Foothills ranch lots in Tubac Arizona.

Asked by Alex R, Tucson, AZ Mon Oct 8, 2007

I am subdiving the lot into two lots and would like to get an appraisal and comps in the area. The parcel number is 112-38-106

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Don't overlook Salero Ranch. It is even more spectacular then Tubac Foothills if a bit more remote. All lots have underground electric and ag exemptions too. Gorgeous land.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon May 12, 2008
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:
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
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Nov 26, 2007
Alexis - It just so happens that I'm doing extensive research on land in the area. Where is lot 106 in the Foothills III section? I see you also have lot 105. From what I have seen, the sales right now are from 6,000 to as much as 15,000 per acre. I would imagine it has to do with the view, terrain, how far into the mountains the lots are etc. Some lots have underground electric and others like Kennedy does not. I know it would make a difference to me. I know that there was a couple of recent sales on the "Real Arizona" website. I think it is The actual link is -…
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.
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