Homeowner Rights


The ASU Homeowner Advocacy Unit at the College of Law is hosting a free conference on homeowner rights October 19th. The conference will feature Joseph A. Smith, the National Mortgage Settlement Monitor, as well as representatives from the Offices of the Attorneys General of Arizona, California, Nevada, and New Mexico.

Laws concerning homeowner rights can be complicated, so the Law Library has developed research guides related to the subject. The guides include information for homeowners, attorneys representing clients, and students researching this area of the law. They list both primary and secondary sources, with a focus on materials available in the Law Library. Check the guides out:

Foreclosure Law Research Guide

Homeowners Associations Research Guide

Residential Landlord and Tenant Laws

You can find more information about the homeowners right conference and reserve your ticket to the event here.