I am residing in an Arizona home that is being foreclosed upon, until the sale confirmation. Does the bank have any right to demand or assume rights to access the interior of my home while I am living in it, in order to inspect the interior of the property for the auction such as to take photos, etc?
Almost certainly no, but read your contract. As the bank has an interest in the property, they probably have a right to compel you to permit an inspection of the premises, but they must give you proper notice.
My advice, if an agent of the bank attempts to enter your home without notice or by force, call the police, call an attorney, and take down as much information as you can. Get pictures or video of the people, names if possible, record license plates, etc. Sue the crap out of them.
Talk to an attorney.