AZ program to aid landlords raises questions

By Arizona Republic

In a rush to get money out fast, a $10 million state aid program for struggling landlords gave money to two people who had been cited by regulators for bad rental operations and handed out too much money to other property managers.

The Arizona governor’s Economic Recovery Management Team handled the landlord fund, which appears to have been run without the same oversight used for federally funded renter aid programs.

Housing advocates were concerned when the fund was launched that the way it was managed could create a “double-dip” problem, where rental property owners could receive money from both the landlord and tenant-aid funds.

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