Kenect is a brand new mixed-use high-rise in downtown Phoenix where you can live, work or even get a social membership once it opens in April.
The state of Arizona has only received 330 applications for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program, but there are still millions of dollars in funding available.
Some landlords with a smaller selection of rental properties in Washington state say they feel trapped due to the eviction moratorium.
Those who are homeless in Maricopa County will be receiving additional help from organizations now that they've been infused with millions of dollars to provide additional resources.
A federal assistance program through Arizona's Dept. of Economic Security launches Feb. 23 and it focuses on people living in rural areas. 12 counties are eligible.
Several Valley families were scammed out of a condo after paying a deposit, only to learn they all rented the same condo, says Phoenix Police.
Phoenix-area real estate experts say many prospective home buyers are paying well over asking prices because they desperately want to get into a home as the housing market booms.
A 139-year-old Victorian house in San Francisco was loaded onto giant dollies and moved Sunday to a new location six blocks away.
Based on high housing costs and a decline in job growth, California cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Jose have proven less resilient during the pandemic, according to a ranking of economic vitality by the Santa Monica-based Milken Institute released Wednesday.
Certain mortgage protections that were put in place amid the pandemic, and were set to expire next month, have been extended through June.
NextGen homes in the metro Phoenix area are being designed to accommodate families and their grandparents.
The Emergency Rental Assistance Program will be run by the Department of Economic Security and provide help in 12 of Arizona’s 15 counties.
The city of Phoenix received a $51.1 million emergency rental assistance grant from the federal government in January.
Circle the City is planning to provide those who are homeless with the COVID-19 vaccine along with healthcare workers and other community partners. FOX 10's Anita Roman reports.
The California eviction moratorium currently expires on January 31. Some people are losing housing despite the moratorium, and others who can't pay are harassed by landlords.
Call it a heat wave or a housing bubble, but according to one survey, Phoenix ranked behind Austin, Texas as one of the hottest real estate markets in the U.S. FOX 10's John Hook spoke with Zillow Senior Economist Jeff Tucker on the ranking.
For people in other parts of the country, Arizona's good climate and relatively cheap real estate prices are proving to be big factors in their decision to relocate, but that is having the effect of driving the Valley's real estate market up.
Those who can afford a home of their own but enjoy a community way of living are leasing homes instead of buying, says several housing developers in Arizona.
The land used to be the site of a grocery store, but has been a parking lot in recent years.
Even though relief is coming for Americans under threat of eviction due to COVID-19, the relief will only be temporary.