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Civano : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Mar 25, 2014
reyco2 answered:
Are Steve Henke points true? valid? (8-2012) How do the Civano residents feel about their community? it is March of 2014 and My Husband and I are thinking of buying in Civano after living in Armory Park del Sol for several Years, living in or close to downtown Tucson also has it's negatives...noise....random crime, etc.

As Steve mentions "many of the houses are run down and need paint" We have driven thru Civano several times as of lately and we did not see anything that will make his comment valid.. again, What do the Civano residents say about their community?

Marcy Reyes
Tucson AZ
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Wed May 1, 2013
Mark Stuble answered:
This is a great place to start.. City of Tucson is progressive on information.
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Tue Sep 11, 2012
karagonez answered:
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
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Wed Feb 2, 2011
Ric Mills answered:
Terrific question. I was just there with a client that is considering building the exact home they want. This is a very unique neighborhood. There are appox. 50-60 lots that are left with two builders to choose from. The builders believe they will be sold out by the end of 2011 or early 2012. I would highly recommend that you have a licensed Realtor go with you as we know what incentives they will or won't give, know how to negotiate your deal, look over the contract and documents for you, and give you advise and it costs you nothing out of your pocket! That is a good deal for you. We can also look for other homes that will help you decide what is best for you to buy. Let us know if we can help you in any way. Ric Mills, The Dan Adler Team, ... more
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