Don’t miss this this year’s live online Seattle Housing Provider Workshop to learn everything you need to know about operating rental homes in Seattle, including new city ordinances, plus all relevant State and Federal laws, and best practices for efficient operations. This 2-part workshop led by Cory Brewer and Christopher Cutting will include the following sessions:
Thursday, Sept. 15 | 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Getting Ready to Rent: Finding your local laws including registration and inspection requirements, and fair and effective advertising and tenant selection practices.
Leasing and Move-in: Property condition and the security deposit, selection of rental agreement terms and the effects of mandatory lease renewal.
Thursday, Sept. 22 | 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Working with Tenants: Best practices and notices to encourage compliance with terms, notices to increase rent/change rules, new laws related to rent increases, and more.
Managing Move Outs: Just Cause notice periods, security deposit accounting, and seasonal eviction bans.
Cory Brewer | VP Residential Operations, Lori Gill & Associates
Cory Brewer is the VP of Residential Operations at Windermere Property Management / Lori Gill & Associates. His career as a real estate professional in the Greater Seattle Area dates back to 2003. In his role at WPM/LGA, his primary responsibilities include training, legal compliance, and conflict resolution for a brokerage representing over 1,500 rental houses and condos throughout King & Snohomish Counties. He is also a member of the RHAWA Board of Directors, and the NARPM State & Local Government Affairs Committee.
Christopher Cutting | Attorney, Cutting Law Office & Owner, LT Services
Christopher is known as a tireless advocate for housing providers. He has been practicing residential and commercial landlord-tenant law, judgment enforcement, and appeals since 2009. Christopher currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Rental Housing Association of Washington, is the 2021 Vice President of the organization, and is the Co-Chairman of their Legislative Committee. He is a frequent presenter at legal education courses hosted by state and local bar associations and private groups and is a licensed clock hours instructor for Washington Real Estate Brokers. Christopher has also been the author or co-author of housing provider's official responses to several legal and legislative actions.
Registration for each session is $30 for members, $60 total to attend both sessions. Washington licensed Real Estate Brokers can receive a certificate for four clock hours toward their continuing education requirements.