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As a landlord, you always like to imagine a best-case scenario where all of your tenants are completely ideal. You dream of the tenant who always...

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Normally, it’s a great thing when your tenant wants to stay at your property. However, if the lease has ended or has been broken, no new lease...

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Not every tenant comes to you with a neon sign flashing above their head proclaiming, “I’m the ideal tenant” or “I’m...

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Stable Homes Federal Way Initiative 19-001, submitted by Washington Community Action Network (Washington CAN), will be a ballot measure on the...

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Being a landlord can be a good way to provide you with regular income as well as with the potential for capital growth. However, it can be...

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An article which appeared in last Saturday’s Tacoma News Tribune highlighting new landlord-tenant laws included several assertions by tenant...

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No, RHAWA would not recommend putting anything in your ad about Section 8 which can be perceived as steering voucher holders away. Remember, Section...

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Effective July 28, 2019, several new landlord-tenant laws took effect which have a direct impact on how rental owners manage their properties and...

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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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Homeowners insurance is a savior in cases of unexpected perils that you and your house may encounter in many forms. Most homeowners’ insurance...

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Managing one property, although a bit challenging at first, is not that difficult once you get the hang of it. Managing multiple properties, on the...

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Sponsored blog content provided by Rentometer Tenants consider their cat or dog a furry family member, and most of them will pass on a property...

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