RHAWA’s comprehensive list of resources expands your knowledge base to implement best practices.
What resources do you need to do your job better? The answer varies widely, depending on the challenge at hand. You may need an immediate, focused solution to a specific problem, and a sample document may be the answer. You may be looking for advice from your peers in the association community, and an online discussion group may provide helpful feedback. Or you may want a bigger-picture view of a persistent challenge, and an in-depth article by an expert may offer essential context. RHAWA’s comprehensive list of resources provides how-to guides, articles, and tools curated to help you expand your knowledge base to implement best practices.
RHAWA's reference library are divided into the following categories. References linked below are for general public use, but all available references are listed.
- Tenant Screening Best Practices
- Tenant Screening FAQs
- How a Notice Becomes an Eviction
- Instructions for Serving Notices
- Guide to Damages and Normal Wear & Tear
- RCW 59.18.070 | Residential Landlord-Tenant Act | Landlord Duties
- RCW 59.18.260 | Residential Landlord-Tenant Act | Deposits
- RCW 59.18.270 | Residential Landlord-Tenant Act | Deposits
- RCW 59.18.280 | Residential Landlord-Tenant Act | Deposits
- RCW 59.18.310 | Residential Landlord-Tenant Act | Abandonment: Landlord and Tenant Responsibility
- RCW 59.18.312 | Residential Landlord-Tenant Act | Abandonment: Landlord and Tenant Responsibility
- RCW 59.18.590 | Residential Landlord-Tenant Act | Resident Designee
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