How to Homestead Your Home in Arizona?

Answer Homesteading prevents creditors from attempting to obtain rights to a home in order to pay debts, not including mortgage companies and other companies who have liens against a property. Arizona res... Read More »

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How to Homestead in Arizona?

When a real estate property owner homesteads a property in Arizona, it protects the homeowner's primary residence from claims by creditors made against the homeowner. In essence, it prohibits credi... Read More »

Can a person serve as a board member of a home owners association and also serve as a representative of the mobile home parks residential landlord and tenant act in Arizona?

Your question is complex. (Maybe it's the punctuation.) First, if the park is an association that acts as a landlord for some of the park slots, then there may be a conflict of interest or the appe... Read More »

How to Buy a Foreclosed Home in Arizona?

Purchasing a foreclosed home in Arizona can be an extended and challenging process, but the rewards make it well worth the additional effort. The foreclosure market is fast-paced and has specific c... Read More »

What is the average price of a new home in Arizona?

Arizona has a population of over five million people and, every year, thousands of those people put their homes on the market. According to Trulia, the median price of a home was $115,900 as of 201... Read More »