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The Washington State Residential Landlord-Tenant Act at RCW 59.18.310 defines abandonment as non-payment of rent and the tenant’s intent to...

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Don’t miss this this year’s live online Seattle Housing Provider Workshop to learn everything you need to know about operating rental...

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Logic suggests that each additional occupant in a dwelling unit is likely to result in greater administrative burden, increased utility usage, more...

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RHAWA invites you to the 2022 Legal Forum on July 13 from 3 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. on ZOOM. Do you have questions or concerns regarding your rental unit?...

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Our annual tradeshow brings together a wide array of instructors and exhibitors, all of whom are focused on providing you with the tools and...

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Many of our members, either owners of multiple buildings or property management companies, have employees who manage day-to-day operations. As any...

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One of the main benefits of being a part of any trade association is the opportunity to be connected with, and learn from, knowledgeable members of...

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One of the most common missteps for inexperienced housing providers, is the handling of the deposit at move out. WA State law requires housing...

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If you have been reading the headlines since May, you know that Washington law now prohibits you from giving notice to end a month-to-month...

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Washington state’s rules and regulations covering tenants and housing providers have changed in major ways in 2021. With a variety of new...

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Way back in 1981, the City of Seattle started the trend of only allowing housing providers to end month-to-month tenancies by citing one or more...

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Based on data from the May 26-June 7, 2021 Census Household Pulse Survey, 119,000 Washington State tenants have fallen behind on rent owing $3,500...

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