Despite COVID-19, housing demand remains healthy. That, along with a lumber shortage, means homes are getting pricier.
Renters covered through the executive order must meet four criteria.
Economists weigh in amid reports of higher home prices and soaring demand for rental in the Valley.
For many families struggling to make ends due to COVID-19, there's help available. FOX 10's Matt Galka reports.
The Arizona Multihousing Association, the Manufactured Housing Communities of Arizona and several individual property owners argued Ducey's eviction ban violates the state constitution’s separation of powers and its contract clause.
Due to the COVID-19 financial stress, some renters are failing to pay rent, impacting the finances of landlords.
The coronavirus pandemic is entering a new month, meaning Americans struggling amid the economic fallout once again have to worry about paying their rent.
Landlords can be thought of as the "bad guy" when it comes to collecting rent from those who can't afford it, but during the pandemic, they too are impacted by a less than normal financial situation due to an eviction moratorium in Arizona brought upon by the COVID-19 pandemic.
More and more college campuses are sparking frustration by releasing plans to keep students' housing payments, even if the campuses shut down again and go entirely online in the fall.
The homes affected by Airbnb's actions are located in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Sedona, Tempe, and other cities.
An Arizona real estate company sued Ducey for his eviction ban after trying to evict a family from a rental home in Surprise.
A federal eviction moratorium is set to expire Friday, which puts many Americans at risk of facing eviction or losing their home.
High demand for high-end properties is on the rise in Phoenix, a housing expert says, but the state should prepare for an increase in foreclosures in areas where high-risk purchases are being made.
South 7th Village is described as a community near 7th St. and Southern Ave. for people 55 and older with a focus on veterans. https://umom.org
Todd Serna fears with the eviction moratorium set to end on July 23, others will have to experience what he experienced.
With just days to go before a moratorium order on eviction expires in Arizona, a number of state organizations are asking Gov. Ducey to extend the order.
Renters and courts are preparing for an influx of eviction filings due to Gov. Doug Ducey's eviction moratorium ending July 23. The moratorium was allowed due to many being unable to pay their rents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Long-term U.S. mortgage rates fell this week as the benchmark 30-year home loan reached a new all-time low.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Dr. Ben Carson checked out a new community center in the middle of the Valley's opportunity zones to see how they are helping people in our community. FOX 10's Kari Lake reports.
The Phoenix City Council is approving more money for coronavirus relief. FOX 10's Bailey Miller has the details on how it will be used to help people pay rent.