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Tucson Multifamily: Student Housing & Class A Construction Lead the News

  
  
  
Level at University of Arizona

Operating fundamentals continued to slowly improve in Tucson with modest decreases in vacancy, positive absorption, a small increase in rental rates and some continued decline in rental concessions. Average vacancy dropped from 9.4% to 9.3% and the average rental rate essentially held steady, averaging $635. In a continuation of a four-year trend, higher occupancies and stronger increases in rental rates occurred in submarkets with higher-grade properties. The Northwest, Catalina Foothills, and Northeast submarkets, which have the strongest demographics in the region, had the lowest submarket vacancies in Tucson.

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Keeping Score: New TAR Scorecard tracks Tucson real estate market metrics

  
  
  
Tucson housing construction

The TAR Scorecard gathers data from different sources to present a broader, comprehensive view of the overall real estate-housing and development market. The objective is to identify emerging trends in various subsectors. Viewed separately, these subsectors may not appear to be interrelated.  But over time, the data ultimately converges to affect the performance of the entire market.

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"State of the Tucson Market" Forecast Webinar Airs January 16th

  
  
  
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For the first time, C&W | PICOR Commercial Real Estate has partnered with The CoStar Group to deliver a "State of the Tucson Market" webinar, which will include perspectives from leaders of each commercial division and include the Sonora, Mexico border region. 

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Metal Theft: All I Want for Christmas is My Copper Back

  
  
  

It's hard to name a costlier problem for Tucson property owners than copper theft and the destruction of property to obtain copper and other metals for scrap value. A dedicated coalition has come together to find solutions and take action on the issue of metal theft in the region.

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Economic Stimulus: Fee Credits for New Development in Pima County

  
  
  
Tom Nieman PICOR Tucson office broker

On Wednesday, Metropolitan Pima Alliance (MPA) announced Pima County's approval of fee credits for prior new development. When considered with last month's change in connection fee structure for new construction, the comprehensive changes that MPA was able to negotiate with Pima County will certainly save Tucson-area commercial real estate owners and investors substantially when doing new ground-up construction or completing tenant improvements.  These actions are well-timed, as we hope to see increased momentum in the volume of new construction and commercial real estate transactions.

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