A Tradition of Trust. Tucson Realty & Trust Co. was incorporated under the laws of the Territory of Arizona on December 22, 1911. The bulls-eye was adopted as its logo that same year. George H. Amos came to work for the firm, sweeping the office, cleaning the spittoons and sprucing up rental homes. He became […]
Tucson Real Estate News | PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: George H. Amos, III, GRI, Tucson Realty & Trust Co. – 577-7000 Tucson, Arizona, March 3, 2020 – 4576 Investment Group, LLC, purchased the property located at 4570 E. Camp Lowell Drive, Tucson, Arizona, consisting of a 963 square-foot building on […]
Check out the Buckmaster Show Radio Interview with Hank Amos, President of Tucson Realty & Trust Co. : Bill Buckmaster interviews Hank Amos about the commercial real estate scene in Tucson.
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August 7th Radio Interview Check out the interview where our CEO & President Hank Amos talks about the Investment In Education Act and it’s effect on the State’s and Tucson Economy… all on 1030 KVOI The Voice’s Wake Up! Tucson with Chris DeSimone…
June 7th Radio Interview Check out the interview of our CEO & President Hank Amos on 1030 KVOI The Voice’s Wake Up! Tucson with Chris DeSimone…
Hank Amos, CEO and President of Tucson Realty & Trust, was honored to speak at a Benson Rotary Club meeting on Sept 27th, 2017. His talk touched on relevant local topics including real estate, Tucson’s economy and the future for Southern Arizona. Thank you Benson for your wonderful hospitality, it’s always a treat to visit!
September 18th Radio Interview Enjoy Hank Amos’s interview on KVOI 1030 AM‘s Wake Up Tucson with Chris DeSimone on Monday, September 18, 2017… Hank Amos Radio Interview September 18, 2017
Terry Lavery, of Tucson Realty & Trust Co., weighs in on Tucson’s logistics potential from the Arizona Daily Star by Gabriela Rico National companies Eyeing Tucson’s Logistics Potential The industrial market in Tucson is getting new attention from distribution companies that once snubbed the Old Pueblo for locations in California, Nevada and Texas. Hovering at around […]