Arizona

Landlords wrongfully acted to evict metro Phoenix renters during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, despite a federal law protecting tenants from losing their homes if they couldn't pay rent. More...
If you're a renter having financial trouble trying to stay in your home, it may have just gotten harder. "The rules have changed again for everyone," says attorney Pam Bridge with non-profit...
Eviction actions filed the month of September 2020 totaled 2,863, according to information obtained by ABC15 from the Maricopa County Justice Courts. That is a rise from 2,171 filed in August 2020...
The Arizona Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal filed by landlords to overturn the state’s eviction moratorium. In August, the Arizona Multihousing Association, the Manufactured Housing...
Maricopa County is tapping more than $20 million of its federal COVID-19 relief funds to expand programs to help struggling renters, overstretched nonprofits and food banks keep up with rising demand...
From payment assistance to an eviction delay, renters with financial issues have protections to help them stay in their homes. But it takes knowing the rules and using them to stay in your home even...
For the past four months, trade groups representing landlords and property owners have attempted to get additional state funds released for tenants and landlords, but those monies have been slow to...
Legal advocates are preparing for what could be a tsunami of evictions in the next few weeks when a temporary state ban on most evictions expires. But there is evidence that hundreds of evictions...

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