Assistance in Phoenix
If you live in the City of Phoenix and need assistance, please call the Landlord/Tenant message line at (602) 262-7210 and a counselor will return your call as quickly as possible.
For emergency situations involving Landlord/Tenant issues, please walk in to:
200 West Washington, 4th Floor
8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
A counselor will assist you with the problem. The City of Phoenix Counseling Office holds monthly workshops on the third Thursday of each month. For reservations, please call (602) 256-3517.
Foreclosure is the legal means your lender has to repossess your home. When this happens, you must move out of your home. In some circumstances, if your property is worth less than the total amount you owe on your mortgage, your lender may be able to seek a deficiency judgment. You may wish to seek the advice of legal counsel about the risk of a deficiency judgment in your situation. Additionally, homeowners facing foreclosure can receive free counseling services;
Arizona Foreclosure Help Line (877) 448-1211
Do not ignore the letters from your lender. If you are having problems making your payments, contact your lender immediately. Explain your situation. Be prepared to provide them with financial information, such as your monthly income and expenses.
Housing counseling can help you. Click here for housing counselors that can help.
HUD publishes a current, approved list of Arizona Housing Counseling Agencies on their website