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Four Lawsuits Filed Against Gov. Insleee

At least four lawsuits have been filed against Inslee. Links to full copies of the four complaints are below. Three were filed May 5th. Didier vs Inslee is a class action filed in the US District Court for the Western District of Washington. The western district is that portion of Washington west of the Cascades. […]

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Resident Resources in Tacoma and Pierce County

Tacoma and Pierce County Resources   Pierce County DSHS Community Services Offices (877) 501 – 2233 Program offers numerous financial assistance programs, including one known as Emergency Assistance. Community Action Programs – Pierce County Community Services - 866-223-1359 Provides financial assistance, including housing, to low income Pierce County residents. Metropolitan Development Council 253-597-6728 Program offers low-income housing and rent […]

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Local Landlord and Non-Profit Seeking Real Estate Loan

Two Deals: Local landlord seeking short term loan of $1.0M for up to eighteen months to purchase a 11 unit commercial office building in Pierce County tax assessed at $1.4M. All units occupied with lower rents ($8,300 p/m). All tenants are long term - 90% have been in the building for more than 10 years. […]

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Credit reports are now free, every week

The three national credit reporting agencies are giving people weekly access to monitor their credit report — for free. To get your free reports, go to If you’re one of the many Americans struggling to pay your bills right now because of the Coronavirus crisis, click here for what you can do.    

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Seattle Provides Residence with Six Months of Additional Eviction Protection

For six months after the city moratorium is lifted by the Mayor, Seattle residence experience a financial hardship and who submit a declaration can use non-payment of rent as a defense to an eviction (CB 119784). Additionally, González introduced a second bill (CB 119788) that would more clearly set up payment plans for back rent […]

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Washington State Provides Rent and Energy Assistance

Commerce provides $9 million in rent and energy assistance to serve estimated 5,000 low-income households April 28, 2020 Washington state residents currently participating in the federal Low-Income Heating and Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) may apply for special crisis benefits OLYMPIA, WA — The Department of Commerce last week provided up to $1,000 in rental assistance […]

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APPLY NOW: Tacoma Rental Assistance Now Available

LASA will be accepting applications for Tacoma COVID-19 Rent Assistance until May 6, 2020. Households residing within Tacoma's city limits will be eligible to be entered into a lottery for a one-time rent assistance if their household's income or employment was impacted by COVID-19. Individuals experiencing problems submitting their online application, needing language assistance or […]

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City of Tacoma Pledges $1.2M for Rental Assistance

Tacoma has pledged $1.2 M in rental assistance for residence in the city of Tacoma. Qualifications: Tenant applies online (link coming soon) Checks will be sent directly to landlord One-time assistance of up to $1,000 Tenant 50% AMI (click here for chart) I will update you when the link is live.  

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Zoom Q&A to Discuss Expanded Eviction Moratorium

Join me for a Zoom meeting to learn more and ask questions about the expanded eviction moratorium on Monday, Apr 20, 2020 11:00 AM. Register in advance for this meeting: After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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