founder of Arizona Tenants Advocates & Association and a well-known
tenants' rights advocate, has been assisting Arizona tenants since 1993.
While Arizona Tenants Advocates & Association responds to all queries from residential tenants, Mr. Volk's current focus is the Break Lease program, mentioned above.
How does it work?
As one might expect, it is based on identifying landlords violations, and thereby lawfully terminating tenants' residencies. There are two primary approaches: legal technicalities, and physical violations at the premises combined with lease breaches by the landlords.
Who uses the service?
Residential tenants who are purchasing a new home, relocating, getting married or divorced, or experiencing changes in income. Actually, the motivations can be myriad. Those interested simply attend a complimentary consultation. Should they sign up, most cases are out the door within one month. The program duration is a one-year membership, which allows any aftermath issues to be addressed -- for example, letters and claims received from the former landlords.
The objective of this program is to avoid court battles, judgments against tenants, and unjustified negative credit bureau records. All of this is far more efficient than using an attorney, and cheaper too: the cost of the service ranges from 65-85% of a month's rent.
You may contact the organization via phone at 480-557-8905.
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