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Homes You Can Own Near The University Of Arizona.

This week, besides just basketball, there is something else going on at the University of Arizona in Tucson - college visits from incoming students/parents. Of course, after the decision is made to attend the university - the next big question is - "Where should my student live?"  

Purchasing a home for your college student to live in during their enrollment at the University of Arizona can be a smart move to make. On-campus student housing is always in short supply and rentals near the university can get pricey. For many parents, purchasing a home for their student is cheaper than paying four years of often over-priced rent near the campus.

Here are some options for homes near the University of Arizona that can be a rental home for your student now - and a rental investment for later:

Homes for sale less than two miles of the University of Arizona.

Homes for sale less than five miles from the University of Arizona.

Condos/Townhomes for sale less than two miles from the University of Arizona.

Condos/Townhomes for sale less than five miles from the University of Arizona.

Now is the time to begin your search for a home - to have it ready by the time August incoming freshman week rolls around!  Call KGC Properties LLC for more information on these or other homes in the area - and also for any property management needs you may have!

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This blog is written with my opinions and my opinions are  presented with accuracy but not guarantees. Please talk to a professional before making any real estate, financial or agency decisions.    Gabrielle Kamahele Rhind - 2014. If you want to reprint parts of this - just email me for my permission: .


Comment balloon 2 commentsGabrielle Kamahele Rhind • March 25 2014 04:26AM


Hi Gabrielle.  An investment in a home for your child can make a lot of sense and after they graduate you have an investment property you can rent out to other students over the years making for a great income producer.

Posted by Scott Larson, Park City, Utah Real Estate News (BHHS/Utah Properties) over 5 years ago

Both my kids went to school at LMU in LA.I can attest to this as my kids both lived off campus in Marina del Rey. Ouch!

Posted by Paul S. Henderson, REALTOR®, CRS, Tacoma Washington Agent/Broker & Market Authority! (RE/MAX Northwest.) over 5 years ago

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