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QUESTION: My tenant got a job in another state and wants to terminate their lease early – it doesn’t expire until March 31, 2020. What...

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RHAWA is spreading the love with members today by offering our newest benefit to members – our Rental Management Access Portal (RMAP)! RMAP...

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We are excited to officially launch Rental Management Access Portal (RMAP), a 100% product which automates the lease signing process for RHAWA...

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​The market in Seattle is changing. Simply posting an ad on Craigslist isn't going to cut it when 12,000 new units are coming online in 2018 with...

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Pets and Service Animals are a subject that we get many calls to the RHAWA Resource Desk about from our members. Many people have some anxiety...

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​The busy rental season is upon us again and many housing providers will be offering their homes and apartments for open houses. However, right...

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You've rented to a tenant(s) and things are going along well. They are paying rent and utilities and there seems to be no problems. Until you hear...

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​It might not seem like something that needs to be said, but most people would be surprised at the amount of tenants and landlords that never read...

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When people get into the rental housing industry and buy their first income property, they often buy a distressed house and fix it up, even if it is...

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​Like anything else, tenancies do come to an end. People move on for a variety of reasons but any tenancy that starts will also, at some point,...

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One of the best ways to learn how to do anything is to learn from the mistakes of others, and to take advice from seasoned veterans to heart....

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Sean Martin | External Affairs Director Believe it or not, turning a unit smoothly actually begins when you sign your lease with your new renter....

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