Financial Services Provider Bravafi Is An Option For Tuscon Residents To Get Emergency Funds
Bravafi is shaping up to be the ideal option for those searching for a financial provider to access emergency funds when needed in Tucson, AZ. Readers can learn more about the company, which has a presence in many major American cities, and its services by visiting its website.
The second most populated city in Arizona and the county seat of Pima County, Tucson has a population of just over half a million people, as determined by the 2020 United States census. Pima County has registered a total of 160000 coronavirus cases since the start of the pandemic. It also registered around 2900 deaths in the same time period. The county saw its highest number of daily cases in January 2021. The number of cases died down in 2021 and was on the slow rise again since the beginning of August.
The first coronavirus case in the Tucson area was found on March 10, 2020. The county’s officials responded by asking its residents to take all safety precautions and to reduce travel to avoid community spread. The city’s biggest employer, the University of Arizona canceled the Tucson Festival of Books over coronavirus fears, an event that was estimated to bring around 100,000 people to its campus. As cases started dropping in August 2020, many believed that they had crossed the threshold of peak cases. However, this turned out to be not true as cases rapidly increased starting mid-November 2020. The rise in the number of cases was so dramatic that Tucson’s city council unanimously approved a mandatory curfew starting December 4, 2020.
The employment numbers in April 2020 saw a dramatic drop of 10.4% from the figures from just a month prior. On August 10, 2020, Governor Doug Ducey released guidelines for reopening the state’s economy on a county-by-county basis. The employment numbers climbed up steadily over the next year with the city managing to regain almost all the jobs that it had lost since the start of the pandemic.
The successful bouncing back of the economy can also be attributed to several federal programs and local initiatives. For example, upon gauging the damage the coronavirus was wreaking on the economy, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey passed an executive order that put a moratorium on evictions under certain circumstances to give renters some temporary relief. In another example, Tucson International Airport received a $22.6 million emergency federal grant from a Federal Aviation Administration program as part of the CARES Act. The CARES Act also endowed the city with $95 million under the stipulation that the funds be only used for coronavirus-related expenditures incurred by it.
Many of those who were affected by the crests and troughs of the city’s economy turned to Bravafi to get themselves the emergency funds they needed. Bravafi - Tucson has a simple 4 step process for those applying to find out whether they qualify for its services. The entire process is handled online and applicants can expect approval in less than 15 minutes with loan disbursement in as soon as one hour. The company says that there is a 95% chance of an applicant getting approved for a loan. The company can provide funds up to $50,000 at low and competitive rates. It can even help those who may not have a good credit score.
The applicant has to fill in an online form with the details about their vehicle. The company then verifies the details and asks for further documentation such as ID proof, driver’s license, proof of income, and car title. The company only requires that all applicants should earn a minimum of $1500 a month.
A spokesperson for the company talks about the difficulty of finding the ideal financial services provider by saying, “Many times people don't think about all of their options when looking for a financial provider. Bravafi has been providing the means for residents to access funds when they need it for many years.”
For more information about Bravafi - Tucson, contact the company here:
Bravafi - Tucson
1060 S Harrison Rd
Tucson, AZ 85748