Owner-Occupied Properties in Seattle: A Unique Rental
With Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADUs and DADUs) construction on the rise, many homeowners are transitioning to become housing providers. While this type of owner can face some unique challenges, they also fall within some significant exemptions to Seattle city law. In this class, Attorney and Managing Broker Rebecca Craemer will discuss best practices for any owner occupied property, including listing, screening applicants and ultimately leasing your rental. Join this class to become more empowered in navigating Seattle law and setting the groundwork for a successful working relationship with your tenant.
RHAWA Members: Attend unlimited seminars for 12 months with one of our class pass options. Learn more here.
This session is offered ONLINE only. After class, all participants will receive a link to recorded session (accessible for 30 days) and downloadable materials for review.
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