The industrial market in Tucson is getting new attention from distribution companies that once snubbed the Old Pueblo for locations in California, Nevada and Texas. Hovering at around 10 percent vacancy, industrial space around town is being absorbed and subdivided to accommodate smaller businesses, and new construction is afoot.
If you’ve got a low FICO credit score but believe you can handle monthly mortgage payments instead of rent, here’s some potentially good news: The government is now willing to give you a better shot at obtaining a low-down-payment home loan from the Federal Housing Administration. Under a key policy change that took effect last week, lenders nationwide now have more leeway to approve mortgages to borrowers who qualify under FHA’s underwriting guidelines but may have below-par FICO scores.
The newest student housing complex in Tucson will feature a nod to rural Arizona, with neon cactus in the lobby and a custom-made jeep with a hood that doubles as a gas grill. Construction of the six-story Hub on Campus Tucson 2 high-rise is expected to be complete by fall 2016. It will be on North Tyndall Avenue, near North Park Avenue and East Speedway. Amenities will be similar to its neighboring sister complex, Hub at Tucson, which includes a spa and study rooms equipped with computers and printers, said Benjamin Modleski, chief operating officer for Core Spaces, developer of the projects.
After years of disappointing performance, there are real signs of life in the Arizona real estate market. Home prices overall in the state rose 6.8 percent in the past year, new figures Tuesday from the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) show.
Sales TMC Holdings Inc. bought 3,872 square feet of medical office space at 5300 E. Erickson from Tran Building LLC for $670,000. The seller was represented by David Montijo with CBRE.SEGUE Property Portfolio LLC purchased a 9,000 square-foot industrial building at 2481 W. Poppy Ave. from John W. and Kimberly J. Harshbarger for $600,000. Ron Zimmerman, with Picor, represented the seller and Robert DeLaney, with CBRE, represented the buyer.Michael R. Wattis Inc. bought 3.5 acres at 1107 E. River Road from KLK Consulting Group Inc. for $315,000. The seller was represented by Buzz Isaacson with CBRE. Leases Maxim Healthcare Services leased 7,065 square feet at 5151 E. Broadway from 5151 Investors KCI-Broadway LLC. Sany Alter, with Rein and Grossoehme, represented the landlord.
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