Housing


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Arizona Expected to be Hit Hardest by Incoming ‘Tsunami of Evictions’

Arizona’s eviction and foreclosure rates were already double the national average before the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Landlords Push Back Against Arizona’s Eviction Moratorium, Claiming It Unconstitutional

The moratorium protects tenants who can’t pay rent due to coronavirus-related financial hardship from eviction.

How Biden’s Housing Plan Could Prevent an Eviction Crisis in Arizona

Biden's proposal would expand relief options for renters, extend unemployment insurance, and help families cover the cost of health insurance.

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Ducey Pushed Back the Eviction Delay, But Tenants Are Still on the Hook for Months of Rent and Fees

While some Arizonans have been able to receive help through various relief programs, many have faced difficulty in actually accessing these funds.

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COVID-19 Leaves Arizona Domestic Violence Shelters Desperately in Need of Donations

Domestic violence shelters across the state are seeing a drop in donations and are in need of personal protective equipment, food, and other necessities.

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More Than Half a Million Arizona Renters At-Risk of Eviction by September

A recent analysis of eviction data found that 20% of U.S. renters, including 577,733 in Arizona, will be at risk for eviction by the end of September.

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A Minimum Wage Worker Must Work 57 Hours a Week to Afford to Rent in Arizona

Full-time workers in Arizona must earn at least $21 an hour to be able to rent a modest home, or work 57 hours per week at minimum wage.