Cherry Ave Neighborhood Association

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We are an association of neighbors that want to make our neighborhood a clean, safe and enjoyable environment for all people that live in our neighborhood.

You do not have to own your home to be part of or attend the Cherry Avenue Neighborhood Association meetings, if you live between Park Ave. and Tucson Blvd. and Irvington and Drexel (please see map) your are  More...

 

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FHA Refinance Loan Options and Guidelines
Fharefism There are two possible scenarios when considering an FHA refinance. Both of these scenarios are based on what kind of current loan you are trying to refinance. FHA Refinance First Step The first step in...

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Open House for Doolen-Fruitvale Neighbors

Did you know there's a Living Lab &Learning Center, showcasing environmentally-friendly practices here close to the Dollen-Fruitvale neighborhood?   I read your neighborhood newsletter - so... more
Started: March 27th 2018Replies: 0

Reading Seed Literacy Program

We are a literacy program for children in the first three grades in Pima County.  We do training workshops for volunteers to become "coaches" to children who are struggling with... more
Started: April 18th 2008Replies: 1

Help for Homeowners Facing Foreclosure - Workshop...

Foreclosure Prevention Workshop For Homeowners Sponsored by the Pima County Foreclosure Prevention Coalition Questions? Contact: Don't Borrow Trouble® Pima County (520) 792-3087 or www.dbtaz.org... more
Started: October 1st 2008Replies: 0
Resource Guide
Create an annual calendar for your HOA
CalendarAn annual calendar can help keep your HOA on track and get homeowners more involved.
5 Signs It's Time to Fire Your Association Manager
FiredIt i almost always better to resolve differences with frank communication between people of good faith. But that doesnt always
Planning for Disaster
Disaster1_thHow to be prepared for a disaster in your Association
What is the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP)
HaspthumbInvolves the purchase and redevelopment of foreclosed and abandoned homes and residential properties.

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