This deals with landlord's rights of entry.
First, take a look at your contract. If there is verbiage about this, then it controls. If the contract is silent, then default rules apply. Per Ariz. Rev. Stat. Sec. 33-1343 et seq, the landlord may request entry to exhibit the dwelling unit to prospective or actual purchasers. However, the landlord must:
-give reasonable notice (normally considered 3 days at least); and
-enter within business hours.
Photos may be taken of the property, but not of the tenant's items unless they allow it, however.
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