Upon tenant final CCRA approval from Maricopa County, a Landlord can expect a payment within 10 days. If an email is provided on the Landlord Verification Form, the Landlord will receive an email upon check issuance.
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CCRA applications are only accepted from tenants/renters, and not from landlords. Please direct your tenant/renter to visit the County CCRA website for information on how to apply at https://www.maricopa.gov/5691/Emergency-Rental-Assistance.
A Landlord can either provide a W9 to the renter applicant or register as a County vendor at: a Maricopa County Vendor at: https://azdom-vss-ext.hostams.com/PRDVSS2X1/Advantage4. W9s and/or registration as a County vendor is required for a CCRA payment to be made to a Landlord. Maricopa County is issuing a payment (income) to a landlord, which according to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) requires the County to provide the Landlord with a 1099 Form. The W9 and/or registration as a County vendor provides the detailed information (including Social Security Number and/or Employer Identification Number) to ensure the landlord is a valid entity and allows checks to be issued to the Landlord.
The Landlord Verification Form is required as it validates from the landlord which months’ rent are owed and/or due from the tenant as well as provides the Landlord’s contact information and payment address.
If you have already completed a Landlord Verification Form for a tenant once before, and they are requesting you to do it again this is due to them requesting an additional assistance payment. The Landlord Verification Form is required to verify which months’ rent is owed and/or due. However, the W9 and/or vendor registration is not required again as you have already received payment from Maricopa County, and as such are a registered vendor.
The Landlord Verification Form must still be completed for each individual tenant requesting CCRA. This form verifies which months’ rent is owed and/or due. If the tenant is approved for CCRA, vendor registration will be verified during the payment process. If it is determined that a Landlord is not registered as a vendor, then the application will be returned to the tenant’s case worker and tenant and/or case worker will notify you that a W9 form or registration as a County vendor is required
Due to the large volume of CCRA payments, we are unable to provide additional information regarding specific tenants or CCRA payment amounts. Please request CCRA status from your tenant directly.
Due to the large volume of CCRA payments, we are unable to provide additional information regarding specific tenants or CCRA payment amounts. If you have received a check issuance notification, the check will be mailed to the remittance address you listed on the Landlord Verification Form, and can be expected to be received based on typical United States Postal Service processing timeframes.
A Landlord who wants to receive payments via EFT must register themselves as a Maricopa County Vendor at: https://azdom-vss-ext.hostams.com/PRDVSS2X1/Advantage4. During this registration, bank information will need to be provided. After registration is complete, a $0.00 prenote test will be sent to your bank. This prenote begins the “test cycle” to ensure that the information provided was accurately entered in the financial system. It takes approximately 9 days to complete this test cycle (the account will be on “hold payment” status during the prenote test). If there are no problems with the test cycle, EFT payments will begin thereafter.