Buying a home

Know Your Rights
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I am not satisfied with a Construction Contractor’s Work: Filing Suit against the Contractor’s Bond

You may want to sue a construction contractor because, for example, the contractor did not finish the job you hired him to do, or did not do a good job. If the contractor is bankrupt or does not have any other assets, you can sue against the contractor's bond. #0302EN

Property Tax Exemption for Seniors and People with Disabilities

This is a way to lower your property taxes by exempting (excusing you from) all extra levies, like school construction bonds and other levies passed by voters, and sometimes part of regular levies on your home. #6230EN

Rent-to-Own in Washington State

This will help you understand rent-to-own (RTO) home purchase agreements and the dangers in them. #6390EN

Forfeiture of Your Real Estate Contract

Read this if you are buying a home under a real estate contract. Do NOT read this if you are buying a home with a mortgage or deed of trust. #6203EN

Your Rights: Buying a Manufactured Home

Buying a manufactured home can be complicated. You may not understand all the terms. Don't rely on verbal statements that are not in writing! Read this to better understand your rights and some important terms.

Forfeiture of Your Real Estate Contract

Read this if you are buying a home under a real estate contract. Do NOT read this if you are buying a home with a mortgage or deed of trust. #6203EN

Property Tax Exemption for Seniors and People with Disabilities

This is a way to lower your property taxes by exempting (excusing you from) all extra levies, like school construction bonds and other levies passed by voters, and sometimes part of regular levies on your home. #6230EN

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