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Tucson, Arizona: Real estate overview

Mediafeed Logo By Jacqueline DeMarco of Mediafeed | Slide 1 of 10: Between stunning mountain views, dreamy desert skies, and sunsets worthy of a postcard, there is no shortage of remarkable scenery in Tucson.Tucson is home to a lot more perks than just good views. Despite having such a large population, the average commute takes less than 25 minutes. Not to mention, the summers are dry instead of humid, the winters are mild, and the city is a melting pot of cultures, traditions, and religions.When it comes to the Tucson real estate market, home buyers have a lot to be thankful for. The Tucson median home price ($203,458) is lower than the national median. This is in-part due to the fact that new housing developments in Tucson’s more suburban areas continue to pop up, keeping housing costs down.Tucson residents also spend less on their daily expenses like groceries and transportation than those who reside in other large metro areas.Keep reading to learn more about what it’s like to buy a home in the Tucson housing market. Related: Do I qualify as a first-time homebuyer?  This article originally appeared on SoFi.com and was syndicated by MediaFeed.org.

Over a million residents call the great city of Tucson home sweet home. And it’s easy to see why.

Between stunning mountain views, dreamy desert skies, and sunsets worthy of a postcard, there is no shortage of remarkable scenery in Tucson.

Tucson is home to a lot more perks than just good views. Despite having such a large population, the average commute takes less than 25 minutes. Not to mention, the summers are dry instead of humid, the winters are mild, and the city is a melting pot of cultures, traditions, and religions.

When it comes to the Tucson real estate market, home buyers have a lot to be thankful for. The Tucson median home price ($203,458) is lower than the national median. This is in-part due to the fact that new housing developments in Tucson’s more suburban areas continue to pop up, keeping housing costs down.

Tucson residents also spend less on their daily expenses like groceries and transportation than those who reside in other large metro areas.

Keep reading to learn more about what it’s like to buy a home in the Tucson housing market.

Related: Do I qualify as a first-time homebuyer?

This article originally appeared on SoFi.com and was syndicated by MediaFeed.org.

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