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Landlord Mitigation Program

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Rental Licenses are coming to Puyallup and Gig Harbor

RENTAL BUSINESS LICENSING On September 11, 2018 Puyallup and Gig Harbor city councils had a first reading of a new Ordinance that will require all landlord who rent or lease residential or commercial property in either, Puyallup or Gig Harbor,  ... Continue Reading →

Proposed Changes to the Chronic Nuisance Code can affect your Business Rental License

Changes to the City of Tacoma chronic nuisance code is intended to fix problems at business and residential properties that have a negative impact on the quality of life, safety, and health of surrounding neighborhoods. These changes may have an ... Continue Reading →

UPDATE: Tacoma Rental Housing Code 1.95

Since April 2018 I have been updating you on Tacoma’s Rental Housing Code. On May 14, 2018 the City Council passed Ordinance 28508 that requires landlords to provide 90-days written notice before ending a month-to-month tenancy if the property or ... Continue Reading →

Source of Income Law: Part 2 effective September 30, 2018

Part two of the State Source of Income law goes into effect on September 30, 2018. This new law prohibits a landlord from denying and applicant or tenant based on their source of income. RCW 59.18.255 WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ... Continue Reading →

Tacoma landlords – Revised Rental Housing Code

Rental housing code August 17 2018   Continue Reading →

Tacoma’s Proposed Rental Housing Code

Being a landlord in Tacoma may be getting more difficult than being a landlord in Seattle and cost you $1,949.50. Tacoma’s proposed Rental housing code August 17 2018 is bad for tenants and landlords. I need your help to make ... Continue Reading →

Tacoma City Council considers Just Cause Ordinance

Tacoma City Council appears headed down the same road as Seattle in its effort to make operating rental property as difficult as possible for independent rental housing owners. Tenant advocates have the attention of Council and Tacoma landlords must make ... Continue Reading →