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City of Kenmore (Ordinance)
Creates a defense to eviction where the rent was unpaid during the public health emergency or a substantial increase...
Jenna Atchison, Allied Residential
Victor Ledezma, Thrive Communities*
Brittany Taylor, Pillar Properties*
On Monday January 10, 2022, the City of Spokane passed an ordinance parroting language directly from the Governor's expired eviction...
Below are ten ideas you can use to easily strengthen your community’s physical, mental, and social health. All while bringing the community together.
What started as a standard Holiday Giving Gala ended up being our biggest fundraising event of the association's existence!
Please ask yourself – do any of the hallmarks of a toxic leader resonate with me? Be brutally honest with yourself. Do you see yourself in any of...
Reflecting on 2021, I must admit it’s a little harder to look back at all the positive moments and successes of the year without lamenting that we...
After over 5 years in our familiar office at 711 Powell Ave. in Renton, WMFHA moved to new office space on July 1, 2021.
The continuing COVID-sensitive environment has brought an avalanche of changes for communities – the most prominent of which focus on...
Upon my recent review of hundreds of apartment community websites across the US, I was shocked with the choice of common verbiage used.
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