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2018 Day on the Hill and Legislative Update

Legislative_Update 1-16-18 Join NARPM, RHA and other housing associations on January 31, 2018, in Olympia to discuss and educate lawmakers on the critical role multifamily housing plays in housing our neighbors in Washington State.  At Day on the Hill, you'll meet with the elected officials that represent you in your home district and discuss with […]

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2018 Tacoma - HUD Fair Market Rents for 2018.

2018 Tacoma - HUD Fair Market Rents for 2018. The difference in rent is important because it is based on the CPI which is also used when in rent control and it doesn't keep pace with market rate rent. Who will make up the difference of rent between HUD FMR and market rate rent? Click […]

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City of Lakewood Rental Housing Safety Program

On August 1, 2016 the Lakewood City Council approved ordinance No. 644 creating a Rental Housing Safety Program (RHSP). The program requires all residential rental properties (apartments, single family homes, duplexes, etc.) within Lakewood city limits to be registered. The program is designed to ensure that all rental housing units comply with specific life & […]

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5 Tips for Small Claims

Click the link to review 5 tips for preparing and appearing at a small claims hearing.    

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Bed bugs: "In Washington State, the liability for the infestation falls on the landlord unless they can prove that one tenant caused the pest invasion."

A simple notice taped to an apartment door can cause a creepy-crawly sensation in any renter. "Your unit is above or below a suspected bed bug infestation." Tony Haigh of Seattle's Best Pest Detective said his call volume is always increasing. "We typically do 20 to upwards of 100 units a day, about six days […]

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FIND A RENTER FAST - WITH THIS SIMPLE TIP

Here is some awesome advice from Julie Johnson that appeared in the November 2013 RHA UPDATE. BEST PRACTICE ADVICE: BE AVAILABLE By Julie Johnson, The Rental Property Coach; Director, Residential Group, Phillips Real Estate Services; RHA Associate Member The quote that “Good Landlords Attract Good Tenants” is true. So when you consider best practices, I […]

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BE CAREFUL! Three Landlords Sued For Discrimination In Washington State

Three people who own and manage rental homes in and near Kelso and Longview, Wash., are being sued for violating the federal Fair Housing Act by discriminating against persons with disabilities. The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington, alleges that Linda Barber, Bert Barber and Lori Thompson discriminated […]

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7 REASONS RENTALS ARE ROCKING THE MARKET

By Beth Braverman, The Fiscal Times | October 2, 2013 Next stop: Maybe not home ownership. Home sales have finally begun to slow after a red-hot summer that saw prices soaring so quickly that some began to worry about the return of a housing bubble. But despite the recent housing gains, the country's home ownership […]

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6 THINGS GOOD TENANTS HATE

Don't mess up a good thing by making your good tenants mad. Here is a list of the top things you can avoid to keep your best renters from wanting to move. 1. Good tenants hate unclear rules Your lease should clearly spell out anything your renters need to know. If you’re expecting your renters […]

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