Tucson Power Group

Jodi Koch & Dave Stucky. Powerful Real Estate Solutions for Tucson, Oro Valley, and Marana.

3 Reasons to Think Twice (and 3 Reasons to GO AHEAD!)


  1. It’s Too Expensive
  2. The Location Isn’t What You Want
  3. You’re Unsure About Your Future Income



It’s Too Expensive: If it’s too expensive for your budget, that’s one thing. But you shouldn’t pay for something that’s overpriced relative to other nearby homes.

The Location Isn’t What You Want: The saying is true: you can change the house, but you can’t change the neighborhood.

You’re Unsure About Your Future Income: You should feel confident in your job security, or that you have savings needed to handle a temporary interruption in income.



  1. It’s The Home You Judge Others Against
  2. You Can See Yourself Living There
  3. It’s Got “Good Bones”



It’s The Home You Judge Others Against:  If you find yourself referring to one specific house even when you’re visiting others, it may be a sign.

You Can See Yourself Living There: You already have the living room furniture laid out in your mind – and it fits!

It’s Got “Good Bones”: Sure, maybe the wallpaper isn’t perfect, but things like light fixtures and carpet are easily customized to suit your style.


Is it time you found the ‘right place’? Call us today to set up your free consultation and private showings in that neighborhood. Or are you just starting your Tucson Home search? 

844-400-6040 or TucsonPowerGroup@gmail.com

Tucson Power Group can help you with a residential sale or purchase anywhere in Southern Arizona. If you are in another area or state, we have a network of quality agents. Call us today, and we can help you find a competent agent in your town.

Other post in the Information You Can Rely On Series: 4 Tips to See if a Neighborhood is right for you6 Insider Tips to Make the Most of Open Houses, 4 Reasons to Google That Address, 6 Hidden Costs of Home Ownership


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