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Before you File for Bankruptcy

by McFerran Law, P.S. Practicing Real Estate Law in Western Washington since 1986 November 16th, 2015 Before Filing Bankruptcy When you are dealing with serious debt and a bankruptcy seems like the right choice, there are steps that you should begin taking to improve the final outcome of your case. Additionally, there are things tha...

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A Lot of Cheap Housing Is About to Get Very Expensive

With 400,000 affordable units expiring, housing advocates fear that owners will seek to cash in on gentrifying neighborhoods.   Patrick Clark @pat_clark October 21, 2015 — 7:34 AM PDT Urban Institute fellow Erika Poethig has a poster in her office showing 22 apartment buildings alo...

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100 Frequently Asked Questions About Fair Housing

The Fair Housing Act leaves many property owners and tenants alike scratching their heads. Fair Housing Partners of Washington State created 100 FAQs About Fair Housing and Kass Rose has it just for you!

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Projecting Trends in Severely Cost-Burdened Renters

Source: Projecting Trends in Severely Cost-Burdened Renters

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Recent Rental Statistics All Landlords Should See

Published by Jennifer Maughan on August 24, 2015 courtesy of RentPrep According to many reports from across the country, rental rates are on the rise, with more people than ever choosing to rent instead of buy homes. We thought it would be interesting for landlords to see a current snapshot of the rental landscape and see what an impact be...

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21 Tips to Become the Most Productive Person You Know

By and courtesy of Robin Sharma I wanted to help you create explosive productivity so you get big things done (and make your life matter). Here are 21 tips to get you to your best productivity. #1. Check email in the afternoon so you protect the peak energy hours of your mornings for your best work. #2. Stop waiting for perfect ...

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Here are 4 Keys to Staying Out of Fair Housing Hot Water

1. Welcome all applicants.    For years, it has been illegal to discriminate, but many landlords implement practices that are blatantly illegal. For example, it is against the law to exclude families from consideration because you feel children cause wear and tear on your rental property or because you prefer a "mature and quiet" envir...

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7 Extraordinary Lease Clauses That I Can’t Live Without

Written by Lucas Hall on August 3, 2015 Courtesy of Landlordology 31 Most standard leases will include basic information about the agreement, such as property address, dates, names of tenants, rent amount, security deposits, etc. However, the Devil is in the details. Most experienced landlords will tell you that the Devil ...

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Why Millions Of American Are Nestled In Rental Homes

Why Millions Of American Are Nestled In Rental Homes With hefty monthly rent, car payments, unpredictable family expenses, a mottled credit report and an empty savings account, it’s nearly impossible for an average American family pull together a decent down payment. The fact that interest rates are relatively low and lending requirements have...

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Things To Know About Real Estate Fees

Things To Know About Real Estate Fees Normally all real estate agents work for a broker and therefore all those fees paid to real estate agents must pass through the broker. It’s the broker who can pay a real estate commission and sign a listing agreement with the seller. Property management companies such as Washington State real estate inves...

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