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Brewer vetoes bill that would have given landowners who rent to churches a property tax break

April 23, 2014 12:00 am
PHOENIX — Landowners who lease buildings to churches will not be getting a property tax break. Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed legislation Tuesday that would have given favorable tax treatment to property leased to religious institutions for worship.

Tucson real estate

April 22, 2014 12:00 am
Sales Chuck E. Cheese bought 2.5 acres of the former Magic Carpet Golf site at 6109-6125 E. Speedway for $1.3 million to build a 15,000 square-foot restaurant. Greg Furrier and Paul Hooker with Picor represented the seller, Chapman Automotive Group. School House Development LLC bought 6.3 acres of land at 732 W. Roger Road from Brandy Scott Patterson for $500,000. Patrick Welchert, of Picor, represented the buyer and Peter Saavedra and Patti Brown of Long Realty represented the seller.

New distribution company in Tucson adding jobs

April 21, 2014 12:00 am
A Mesa-based plumbing and HVAC wholesale distributor is moving into Tucson and is looking for workers. Farnsworth Wholesale Co. has leased 52,346 square feet at Midvale Park Commerce Center, 6701 S. Midvale Park Road, just south of Valencia Road. “We have been coming down to Tucson for a number of years, at least once a day to deliver to our customers,” said Jack Stapley, the company’s vice president.

2,500 homes planned at Wilmot, Interstate 10

April 20, 2014 12:00 am
Waterlines and hydrants are already installed between South Kolb and Wilmot roads. Sunbelt Holdings bought the 540-acre site for $17 million. |
One of the last large swaths of land within city limits has been purchased by developers who are developing a master-planned community on the southeast side of Tucson. La Estancia, a 540-acre site with 664 lots near Wilmot Road, north of Interstate 10, was bought by Sunbelt Holdings of Scottsdale for $17 million.

Houses put on the market in winter actually sell better

April 19, 2014 12:00 am
WASHINGTON — It’s common knowledge verging on holy writ in real estate: Spring is the absolute best time of the year to sell a house. Right? But is there hard statistical evidence that listing your house in April, May or June — with flowers blooming, birds chirping, lawns greened up after a tough winter — actually nets you a higher price or a shorter time from listing to sale?
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