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Tucson ranks 7th in the country for profitable flips, a new report says.
A law designed to protect homeowners from lenders does not apply if house was never built.
Experts don't see the market accelerating until job growth picks up.
Tucson’s residential real-estate market improved by most measures in 2013, with gains in home sales and prices.
A four-story office building owned by an investor group including Tucson developer Don Bourn is scheduled to be sold at a trustee’s sale next month after going into foreclosure.
Sunnyside Superintendent Manuel Isquierdo owes almost $57,000 in federal taxes, adding to the list of financial woes he has experienced since he arrived in Tucson.
Foreclosed properties in Hispanic neighborhoods in Tucson are among hundreds nationwide that have been subject to a “striking pattern” of housing discrimination by Bank of America, according to a complaint filed with the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
PHOENIX — Arizonans who lose title to their homes in foreclosure actions are legally entitled to stay while they appeal, the state Court of Appeals has ruled.
The impending foreclosure of a North Tucson apartment complex — and a messy transfer of property management responsibility — has left residents confused and in some cases, locked out of their apartments.
The embattled leader of Tucson's second-largest school district has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, according to court documents.
The Manning House before restoration. Owner Colleen Concannon has received praise for her work on the building.
At 106 years old, downtown's Manning House remains as showy, stately and historic as ever.
Manning House is known for its arched entryways, among other features.
Exterior view of the Manning House from the south end. The owner is trying to stave off foreclosure while looking for a buyer. The house is located in the historic El Presidio neighborhood.
The building, 106 years old, reflects the decorative style of that time.
Jeanette Ogle, a 92-year-old Arizona widow with a reverse mortgage on her house, got a huge birthday surprise last week: She did not lose her home at a scheduled foreclosure auction that had drawn scrutiny from federal and state agencies and consumer advocates.
Learn about homebuying, budgeting and energy conservation at Pima County’s Housing America Community Day, Saturday, Oct. 20, at the Housing Center, 801 W. Congress.