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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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2016 Legislative Bills that affect landlords

IMPORTANT LEGISLATIVE BILLS THAT EFFECT LANDLORDS updated February 10, 2016.  SB 6441 | Increased Notice Periods for Rent Increases – January 20. Increases the termination notice from twenty to thirty or sixty days. If a tenant has occupied the property for two or more years you would be required to provide sixty days notices. HB […]

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Procedure for Physical Evictions

On the date of the scheduled physical eviction, a deputy from the County Sheriff’s Civil Office will stand by to supervise removal of the tenant property from the premises. The eviction deputy does not move items during a physical eviction. The deputy will be present during the physical eviction in order to maintain the peace, […]

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Unpublished Court of Appeals Case Effects How Landlords Serve Notices

In an unpublished opinion dated July 27, 2009, Division One of the Court of Appeals (Case number 62307-9-1) decided a case against landlords that has a profound effect on landlords and how notices are served. Given this opinion we recommend you err on the side of caution by following these steps when serving any notice […]

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