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Policy Issues and Legal Topics Affecting Multifamily Housing

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The Supreme Court of Washington has authorized the creation of an Early Resolution Program (ERP) for nonpayment of rent cases only.

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On Sunday, amid multi-day record breaking positive infection rates, the Governor announced additional restrictions on business activities. These...

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“We appreciate the investment in rental assistance from the state and King County as well as recent program changes to help support both...

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On Thursday, October 9, the Governor announced he is extending the state's eviction moratorium to December 31.

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Renton, Washington – Washington Multi-Family Housing Association’s (WMFHA) found 88.15 percent of statewide apartment homes made a full...

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The Governor has issued updated guidance on the use of private, limited use pools that are regulated under the Washington Administrative Code...

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Rental assistance funds for residents and housing providers impacted by COVID-19 are being made available as part of local CARES Act relief funding....

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When COVID-19 hit Washington, many of HNN’s residents, who are often low-income households, faced job loss or a sudden reduction in income.

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Renton, Washington – Washington Multi-Family Housing Association’s (WMFHA) found 90 percent of statewide apartment homes made a full or...

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The city of Auburn unanimously passed a new rental housing code on Tuesday September 8, 2020. The new laws apply to all residential multifamily...

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Guidance on CDC Order Temporarily Halting Certain Evictions Yesterday, the President’s Administration, via an Agency Order filed by the U.S....

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What we don’t need are policies that slash housing creation and living-wage jobs at a time when Washingtonians need it the most.

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