Hundreds of mobile home park residents face eviction by landowners who have other plans for the land the parks are on.
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Sweeping Bill to Address Arizona’s Housing Crisis Shot Down
In a rare show of bipartisan agreement, the Arizona state Senate voted down a bill aimed at addressing the housing crisis by a vote of 9-20.
What Will the Arizona Housing Market Look Like in 2023?
According to the Federal Housing Finance Agency House Price Index (FHFA HPI), Arizona has the second highest annual appreciation between first quarters of 2021 and 2022 at 27.5 percent, behind Florida at 29.8 percent.
House Prices Increase in Arizona
According to Zillow, the average home value in Arizona climbed by 17.7% between August 2021 and August 2022.
Nonprofit Group Builds Tiny Homes to Shelter AZ Youths
But housing advocates say the tiny house trend (like all proposed housing solutions) is not an end-all to homelessness if it doesn’t include access to services people need to stay healthy and keep a roof over their heads.
Arizona’s Housing Crisis Goes Hand-in-Hand with the State’s Water and Heat Crises
A recent study from the National Low Income Housing Coalition ranked Arizona among the five worst states for affordable housing, with just 26 available options for every 100 extremely low income households.
No Homeowner: Arizona’s Housing Crisis
According to the nonprofit National Low Income Housing Coalition and its latest annual survey, Arizona ranks in the top five states where the affordable housing shortage is most devastating.