Surrounded by mountain ranges that exist within the Sonoran Desert, Tucson is a metropolitan embodiment of Southwestern culture. This city offers a highly regarded landscape, unique wildlife and a dry, arid climate. There are currently 3,765 properties for sale in Tucson, where the median listing price is 189,900. The Zillow Home Value Index is $165,600. Home values have increased by 8.2 percent over the past year, and are expected to rise another 4.6 percent over the next 12 months. The median price per square foot in Tucson is $122. On average, homes for sale in Tucson stay on the market for 62 days and receive three offers. Tucson is the 28th most walkable large city in the U.S. with a walk score of 42, a transit score of 34 and a bike score of 68. Tucson is home to approximately 520,116 people and 229,723 jobs.
The median age in Tucson is 33 while the median age of Boston homeowners is 38 and and the median household income is $43,919 per year. Popular Tucson neighborhoods include Casas Adobes, Drexel Heights, Tanque Verde, Midvale Park, Rita Ranch, Sunnyside, Flowing Wells, Tucson Estates and Cherry Avenue.
The Saguaro National Park is split into east and west sections, separated by the city of Tucson. Tucson is home to many museums, including the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and Pima Air & Space Museum. The Center for Creative Photography and University of Arizona Mineral Museum are both located on the University of Arizona campus.
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