TEMPE, AZ - The housing market may appear to be in better shape these days, but thousands of people in Arizona are still struggling.
A series of educational workshops will be offered to help struggling homeowners learn their options.
The first workshop will be held Wednesday, July 25 at Harkins Theatre in the Arizona Mills Mall in Tempe from 6 to 8 p.m.
Homeowners will be able to meet with representatives from the Arizona Foreclosure Prevention Task Force, the Arizona Department of Housing, and Certified Short Sale Property Experts.
Workshops are free. You can register online at www.csspe.com .
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