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...
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...
Not every tenant comes to you with a neon sign flashing above their head proclaiming, “I’m the ideal tenant” or “I’m...
Stable Homes Federal Way Initiative 19-001, submitted by Washington Community Action Network (Washington CAN), will be a ballot measure on the...
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...
An article which appeared in last Saturday’s Tacoma News Tribune highlighting new landlord-tenant laws included several assertions by tenant...
No, RHAWA would not recommend putting anything in your ad about Section 8 which can be perceived as steering voucher holders away. Remember, Section...
Effective July 28, 2019, several new landlord-tenant laws took effect which have a direct impact on how rental owners manage their properties and...
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...
Homeowners insurance is a savior in cases of unexpected perils that you and your house may encounter in many forms. Most homeowners’ insurance...
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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Tenants consider their cat or dog a furry family member, and most of them will pass on a property...