Trellis News

Governor Ducey Extends COVID-19 Eviction Protections and Expands Rental Assistance Access

Garrett Zucker/ POSTED ON July 17th, 2020

Governor Doug Ducey today signed an Executive Order extending a moratorium on residential evictions until October 31, 2020, providing continued protections for renters who are facing economic hardship as a result of COVID-19. The order ensures renters impacted by COVID-19 will be able to stay in their homes while extending the time to access rental …

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Free COVID-19 Testing

Garrett Zucker/ POSTED ON July 15th, 2020

Saturday, July 18 – Maryvale/West Phoenix (8 a. m. to 12 p.m.)  Ak-Chin Pavilion, Gate 6, 2121 N. 83rd Ave. in Phoenix  By appointment only Visit AZDHS site for details and to pre-register. Scroll down to “Visit the ASU Website” and then create an account using the code jdzkkww6 Saliva-based Testing (in partnership between the AZ Dept. of Health Services & ASU …

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La Beca Phoenix CARES (por sus siglas en Ingles) Ofrece Ayuda Financiera a Los Impactados Por COVID-19

Garrett Zucker/ POSTED ON July 7th, 2020

Click here for English Gracias por su interés en Phoenix CARES. Hemos tenido una gran demanda para el programa. Trellis ha recibido solicitudes que superan los fondos asignados y actualmente estamos revisando las solicitudes para determinar elegibilidad. Por el momento, no estamos seguros de que haya fondos suficientes para su solicitud. Consulte con otras agencias …

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Phoenix Cares Grant for Those Affected by COVID-19

Garrett Zucker/ POSTED ON July 2nd, 2020

Haga clic aquí para español Thank you for your interest in the Phoenix CARES. There has been a high demand for the program. Trellis has received applications in excess of the allocated funding which are currently being reviewed for eligibility. We are unsure if there would be enough funding for your application from us, if …

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Governor Ducey Extends Stay-at-Home Order

Garrett Zucker/ POSTED ON April 30th, 2020

Originally published by News 12, 3:21 PM MST April 29, 2020 Arizona’s stay-at-home order will continue through May 15 with modifications, Gov. Doug Ducey announced Wednesday. The order was originally supposed to end this Thursday, April 30. This means non-essential stores and services have been ordered to remain closed, and residents are advised to maintain …

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Garrett Zucker/ POSTED ON April 3rd, 2020

Trellis has important information about mortgage loan forbearance during this COVID-19 crisis.

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Trellis @ Colter

Michael Kelly/ POSTED ON May 31st, 2019

Trellis celebrated the groundbreaking of its first townhome infill project on May 29, 2019, Trellis @ Colter located at 1617 West Colter Street, Phoenix, Arizona will be a 20-unit three story townhome project. The townhomes are located less than a half-mile walk to the Light Rail and support the City of Phoenix’s Walkable Urban Code, …

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Message from our President

Michael Kelly/ POSTED ON April 22nd, 2019

Unite in our efforts to revitalize our community, breathe new life into our neighborhoods and re-energize our clients. Each year we are presented with opportunities to start fresh – to build on our successes, develop revised goals, and discard anything that is holding us back. This year Trellis intends to revitalize our community, breathe new …

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$50,000 Grant from Banner University Medical Center Phoenix

Michael Kelly/ POSTED ON February 5th, 2019

We are honored to receive $50,000 grant from Banner University Medical Center Phoenix (BUMCP) dedicated to supporting the revitalization efforts along McDowell Road from 7th Street to 20th street.  The funding will go towards beautification projects, physical improvements, community events with the goal of bringing back the Miracle Mile to McDowell Road. McDowell Road from …

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Trellis receives $50,000 grant from Wells Fargo

Michael Kelly/ POSTED ON November 7th, 2018

Trellis is honored to receive a $50,000 grant from Wells Fargo to support the community revitalization Miracle Mile on McDowell Road project.  Victor Burrola, Community Development Officer, Wells Fargo presented Trellis with a $50,000 check at the Phoenix Community Alliance McDowell Road Revitalization Committee meeting this October.   The check presentation took place in front …

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Home Fair & Bus Tour Attracts Many

Joel McCabe/ POSTED ON October 26th, 2017

As the Grande Finale for our Fall NeighborWorks week celebrations – Trellis, Freddie Mac, and BMO Harris Bank joined forces to support the joint mission of increased home ownership in Arizona. A luncheon offering real estate professionals valuable information on lending programs and housing statistics was held at the BMO Harris Bank Tower earlier in …

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A Future For 3 Generations

Joel McCabe/ POSTED ON September 27th, 2017

As a single parent, Bradley Warren is clearly passionate about his daughter and his granddaughter’s future as he shares his joy, “God blessed me with this situation. I want to teach her verses just providing her with everything.” Mr. Warren, recently divorced and seeking a place of his own, explains the challenges of starting a …

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Trellis Tiki Time – Realtor Networking Event

Joel McCabe/ POSTED ON September 27th, 2017

Trellis Hosts Realtor Networking Event with Pioneer Title and HAREP.(Hispanic Association of Real Estate Professionals) It takes a TEAM to support the journey of a new homeowner. Many key players in the process: Home Advisors/Counselors, Realtors, Mortgage Lenders, Title Companies, Appraisers, and many more. Thank you to all who attended and supported the TIKI TIME …

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Reverse Mortgage Facts

Joel McCabe/ POSTED ON August 23rd, 2017

Trellis is one of the few agencies in the valley that provides Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) counseling. In 2017, Trellis has counseled 319 HECM clients, as of the date of this article. The agency has seen a surge in clients requesting more information on HECM loans due to the increasing population in the demographic …

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Teamwork Creates Miracles in Avondale

Joel McCabe/ POSTED ON July 24th, 2017

“I had so much fear for so many years, and now I feel blessed and full of joy.” says Graciela Avila Rodriguez as she opens the door to her brand new 2-story Avondale home. After years as a single mother of 2 daughters and holding down multiple jobs, Graciela is over the moon with joy …

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New Trellis Lending Program

Joel McCabe/ POSTED ON June 28th, 2017

Trellis has added a new product to their portfolio of lending products. Trellis Lending offers 100% Financing Community Lending Program for a 30 year fixed mortgage, with certain qualifying factors. Some conditions include: the maximum loan amount is $250,000 with a minimum credit score of 680 required. This loan is for primary residences only and …

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Talk to Trellis Q&A Social Event

Joel McCabe/ POSTED ON May 30th, 2017

Cookies, Cold Brew, and Conversation.  Come join Trellis in this Free Q&A Social event, and ask us anything about owning your dream home. This interactive social event will be at Smooth Brew Cafe, one block away from our Trellis offices. Trellis is one of 4 housing agencies in the United States, selected by HomeMatters America …

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Building Sciences of a Trellis Home

Joel McCabe/ POSTED ON May 22nd, 2017

Trellis homes lead to a path of conservation, savings and increased value through modern building sciences.  In 2006, the Home Energy Rating System (HERS) for residential homes was introduced.  Similar to other building ratings and certifications, HERS also uses a point based system to arrive at a value-base score; as it relates to reduction in …

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The May Family Can’t Stop Smiling

Joel McCabe/ POSTED ON May 22nd, 2017

“They made my dream come true.” expresses single father, Charles May, as he describes how he feels in his new home. Charles, his daughter Katelynn, and their dog Rosie, can’t stop smiling.  After years of sharing a house with other family members, making ends meet as a hard working single parent, he says “I have …

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Know Your Spending Leaks

Joel McCabe/ POSTED ON April 25th, 2017

Many people think they cannot afford to cut anything from their regular expenses. Yet, upon close analysis, they discover they have “spending leaks”, or expenses that zap money from their budget without them really noticing, or without adding a lot of value to their lives. These are often incidental items that seem small in the …

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