Different types of housing are available in the Tucson and surrounding areas of Oro Valley, Marana and Vail. With the current down trend in the overall American Real Estate market, one would expect less new home starts in and around the Tucson and Pima County area.
However, Arizona is starting to come out of the housing crisis with affordable housing, a great place to live, great people, and a great climate.
Tucson has started to build more new homes again with the emphasis on families that might want to add a younger student or an older relative to their home plans. Despite Tucson’s Real Estate growth spurt over last few years, the average cost of housing and land are still below the national average of desirable places to live in the USA. Steady growth in expected in the area for may years ahead.
There are definitely many different types of housing styles available, including the traditional Tucson Hacienda, the Joesler, the Adobe brick home, the Santa Fe, the Santa Fe Contemporary, the Territorial, the Rammed Earth home, the Mediterranean, trendy downtown lofts, the Solar home, the Craftman home, the Ranch, the Strawbale home and very California Contemporary designed Homes and Estates that now dot the Tucson landscape.