Tucson, AZ

Homes for Sale in Tucson

tucson home prices

average home price

$355k

real estate price per sqft

price per square feet

$221

average rent

average rent

$1,800

Popular Tucson Home Searches

These are some of the most common searches for real estate across Tucson and surrounding areas. Desert house hunters are searching for properties with pools, houses with two-car garages, and land with views. Find homes for sale in Tucson based on popular search criteria.

Houses with pools in Tucson, AZ
Houses with pools
Houses with two-car garages
Two-car garages
condos for sale in tucson
Condos and townhouses
Ranches and land for sale in Tucson, AZ
Land for sale

As of 2021, the average home value in Tucson, AZ is $355,000 and saw over a 20% increase this past year.


Recently added houses for sale in Tucson

Check out recent houses and other properties that just hit the Tucson market

$ 327,000

17722 S Placita De Laton Sahuarita AZ 85629

17722 S Placita De Laton Sahuarita AZ 85629 View on map

NO HOA! 3bed 2 bath, with a private pool! Located in the desireable Sahaurita! Step into an open floor plan, with tons of natural light, and Saltillo tile floors. Kitchen has granite counter tops with plenty of counter space. Master bedroom has a private en-suite. The other 2 bedrooms are generous sizes. Backyard has a […]

1865
$ 327,000
3 beds
2 baths
$ 112,000

438 S Biddle Avenue Willcox AZ 85643

438 S Biddle Avenue Willcox AZ 85643 View on map

New roof November 2021 and double-pane glass windows on this cute 2-bedroom 1-bath home with original hardwood floors throughout most of the house. Newly painted throughout as well. Nice sized front living room, formal dining room and the kitchen and laundry room have lots of storage. Covered front porch and attached covered parking with access […]

1106
$ 112,000
2 beds
1 bath
$ 327,000

8717 E Patterson Drive Tucson AZ 85710

8717 E Patterson Drive Tucson AZ 85710 View on map

Unique opportunity to own a 1940s historic red brick home that was originally located near the University of Arizona and then relocated to this East side location (in the 1970s?). This charming 3 bed, 2 bath home boasts beautiful hardwood flooring, a spacious floorplan, nice high ceilings, and a generous sized kitchen with a gas […]

1578
$ 327,000
3 beds
2 baths
$ 396,000

8750 N Chinaberry Street Tucson AZ 85742

8750 N Chinaberry Street Tucson AZ 85742 View on map

Your dream home is waiting just for you in Tucson! Enjoy preparing meals in this impressive kitchen equipped with ample cabinets and generous counter space. Lighting, ceiling fans, and fixtures flow throughout. The main bedroom boasts a private ensuite with dual sinks and walk-in closet. Relax with your favorite drink in the fenced in backyard […]

2142
$ 396,000
4 beds
2 baths
$ 249,000

169 N Cedar Ridge Drive Oracle AZ 85623

169 N Cedar Ridge Drive Oracle AZ 85623 View on map

This adorable 1 bedroom 1 bath home is perfect with it’s screened in porch off the living room. This property also has a detached office or studio. Secluded with lots of shade. Home has been recently painted inside and out. Come see what this home in Oracle has to offer you.

752
$ 249,000
1 bed
1 bath


Living in Tucson, AZ

With something to do for literally anyone, it’s no surprise homes for sale in Tucson are becoming harder to buy as the real estate market continues to boom.

tucson population

population

44,630

tucson founded

founded

1774

household income

household income

$47k


Top 10 Neighborhoods in Tucson

#1 La Paloma / Catalina Foothills

Oracle Foothills Estates
Skyline Country Club
Skyline Village / Cobblestone
Alta Vista

Ventana / Ventana Canyon Mountain Estate
Fairfield

Foothills
Country Club Estates
Verde Catalina

Best Schools in Tucson, AZ

  1. University High School
  2. BASIS Tucson North
  3. Catalina Foothills High School
  4. Empire High School
  5. BASIS Tucson Primary


Tucson, AZ zipcodes

85701, 8570, 85706, 85707, 85708, 85709, 85710, 85711, 85712, 85714

Properties for sale by area

Tucson is a big little city with different types of real estate and community culture in each neighborhood.

Northside

North Tucson includes the popular Catalina Foothills community and some of the most expensive homes for sale in Tucson.

Midtown

Central Tucson spans the busiest parts of Tucson and most of the University of Arizona campus.

Downtown

Downtown Tucson includes areas like the Barrio District, Downtown Tucson, and borders the southern part of the U of A Campus.

Eastside

East Tucson includes areas like Saguaro National Park and properties from Broadway through Old Spanish Trail, just south of Vail.

Southside

South Tucson is an industrialized area that has several live/work options for businesses and artists. Southwest Tucson is home to A Mountain.

Northeast Tucson

Northeast Tucson real estate includes communities at the base of Mt. Lemmon and Bear Canyon Highway.

Northwest Tucson

Northwest Tucson real estate includes areas like Marana, Sun City, and Oro Valley. This is becoming one of the wealthiest communities in AZ.

Westside

West Tucson is conveniently located near the I-10 highway for easy access to commute to Phoenix. It is home to Saguaro National Park.

FAQs about homes for sale in Tucson, AZ

What is the best area to live in Tucson, AZ?

According to a recent local survey, these are the top 5 best neighborhoods in Tucson:

Dunbar Springs
Civano
Downtown Tucson
Sam Hughs
Armory Park

Is Tucson a nice place to live?

Tucson is a popular place to retire in Arizona due to nice weather year-round, great golf courses, and lower independent living costs, and no taxes on social security benefits. Tucson isn’t only for older adults, it has a booming nightlife in Downtown Tucson, sophisticated dining, theatre, and arts across the entire city so there is something for everyone here. It is home to University of Arizona where residents and students have strong Wildcat pride every game day which gives this community and small-town vibe.

What is the best time to buy a house in Tucson?

Typically, the best time to buy a home is in early fall. There tend to be more homes for sale in Tucson this time of year. Families are settled into new homes by this time but the number of properties on the real estate market is still high compared to other seasons so some are eager to sell their properties.

Are homes for sale in Tucson expensive?

Though not as expensive as other cities, Tucson houses are getting more and more expensive as inventory is dwindling but popularity is skyrocketing. The average home price in Tucson is $405,000, up nearly 34% since 2020. The Tucson real estate market is hot and not slowing down anytime soon so it’s a great place to invest and call your new home!

Tucson homes for sale