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Court of Appeals Requires 30-day notice to pay or vacate

Court of Appeals opinion is available here. Message from our attorney: On December 5, 2022 the Court of Appeals released an opinion that requires a 30-day notice to pay or vacate if the CARES Act applies. This means that if the CARES Act applies, you can no longer use a 14-day notice to pay or vacate […]

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Protected: Navigate the HUD Assistance Animal Notice and Fair Housing guidelines

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Protected: Roundtable Forms

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Repayment Plan Forms

Two options to consider for use as the required repayment plan form: Department of Commerce Repayment Plan form   If a tenant has remaining unpaid rent accrued between March 1, 2020, and six months following expiration of the Governor's eviction moratorium or the end of the public health emergency, whichever is greater, the landlord must […]

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Protected: NARPM Legislative Conference 2021

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Federal Judge vacates CDC Eviction Moratorium

May 5, 2021 U.S. District Court Judge Dabney Friedrich’s 20-page order says that the protection, first put in place during the coronavirus pandemic under the Trump administration and now set to run out on June 30, goes too far. “It is the role of the political branches, and not the courts, to assess the merits of policy […]

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Tacoma Increases Sales Tax to Fund Affordable Housing

March 31, 2021 Tacoma City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to approve a one tenth of 1 percent sales tax increase to fund affordable housing projects. The action increases sales tax from 10.2 percent to 10.3 percent, adding a dime to every $100 purchase, not including groceries. The increase is estimated to net the city […]

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Limited Landlord Relief Program

Program Overview The Washington State Limited Landlord Relief Program offers owners of four or fewer rental units/properties that make less than the Median Family Income the ability to recuperate up to 80% of the unpaid rental payments where tenants are non-communicative or unqualified for the Eviction Rental Assistance Program where the unpaid rents were the result of […]

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CDC Eviction Moratorium Extended through June 30, 2021

March 29, 2021 The CDC extended the eviction moratorium through June 30, 2021 with changes. The changes to the Order are more technical in nature and don't have an impact on our state moratorium, with except to the pending WSC case scheduled for oral argument on May 13, 2021. CDC-Eviction-Moratorium-03292021  

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