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Office open today, February 7

Our office will be open today at 9:00 AM. Most staff will be two hours delay to allow them additional time to arrive safely. Weather permitting, the office will be open until 5:00 PM. Process servers will be working when road and weather conditions are safe. Continue to check back for updates.

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Office Open

Our office will be open today at 9:00 AM with limited staff. Weather permitting, the office will be open until 5:00 PM. Continue to check back for updates. Process servers will not be working today or tonight.

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This is Our Story

This video is our story about how we help landlords better manage their property and tenants.

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New Year’s Holiday Hours

In observance of New Year’s LandlordSolutions will be closed on January 2, 2017. We will resume regular office hours on Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at 9:00 AM.

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MARIJUANA GROWERS – Is your property at risk?

While smoking marijuana is legal, it is still a felony in this state to grow. Many growers are looking for SINGLE FAMILY HOMES, as it is often the easiest place to mask their operation. This can create many damaging issues for you as a property owner. To grow pot you need very very humid, warm […]

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Washington State Fair Tenant Screening Act: Property Managers & Owners

The Fair Tenant Screening Act was put into effect on June 7th, 2012.  When Property Managers & Owners collect a screening fee from the applicant(s) they are required to: 1.  Provide the applicant(s) with your rental criteria that may result in the denial of their application(s). 2.  Provide a written adverse action notice as outlined […]

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CARBON MONOXIDE ALARMS REQUIRED BY JANUARY 1, 2013 (Updated Post)

The Washington Building Code Council has finalized the Carbon Monoxide Alarm rules for Washington State. By January 1, 2013 all apartment units and all rental properties must have carbon monoxide alarms installed. Carbon Monoxide Alarm rules are set forth by RCW 19.27.530 & WAC 51-51-0315. RCW 19.27.530, Section 2a states the following: By January 1, 2011, […]

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Governor Gregoire signed Fair Tenant Screening Act into law

On March 15, 2012 Governor Gregoire signed into law SBB 6315 The Fair Tenant Screening Act. Effective June 7, 2012, the new law requires landlords to first notify the applicant in writing, or by posting, of the following: What type of information will be accessed to conduct the tenant screening; What criteria may result in […]

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Legislative Update

As of February 14, 2012 Fair Tenant Screening Act – HB 2642 & Sub SB 6315 Position: SUPPORT Before taking an application, the landlord must provide the applicant with either a written notice or a posting that tells the applicant: What types of information will be accessed to conduct the screening; What criteria may result […]

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Rental Housing’s Elephant in the Room

The Probable Disparate Impact of Unlawful Detainer Records Published in Washington State Bar News – July 2011 Eric Dunn & Merf Ehman The Probable Disparate Impact of Unlawful Detainer Records Fara thought she had secured a stable place to live for another year when she renewed the lease on her south King County apartment in […]

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