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Your rights as a tenant in Washington State

Explains residential tenants and landlords' rights and responsibilities in Washington. #6300EN

Can my landlord raise my rent? By how much?

State law lets your landlord raise the rent if they give you enough notice about it. Get the details here. #6342EN

My landlord enters my rental unit without my permission

Find out what you can do if your landlord comes in and out of the rental unit, without written notice or asking permission. #6325EN

I live in a trailer, motor home, or fifth wheel in an RV park. I pay rent for the lot. Do I have rights?

Find out when you might have additional legal rights if you live in an RV you own in a manufactured/mobile home park where you rent the lot. #6560EN

Tenants are Protected from Discrimination Based on Source of Income

Find out how makes it is illegal for landlords in Washington state to discriminate against tenants and would-be tenants based on their source of income, and what you can do if it happens to you. #6323EN

A Guide for Immigrants, Limited English Persons and Their Advocates to Federally Subsidized Housing

A detailed guide for immigrants and non-English speakers to federally subsidized housing programs. #8151EN

I live in a manufactured/mobile home park. Can the park owner/landlord change the park rules?

If you own your mobile home but rent the space it sits on, learn more about mobile/manufactured home park rules and whether/when/how the landlord can change them. #6514EN

Tenant Talks: Know Your Rights for Renters

Learn more about new laws and current protections for renters.

I’ve moved out. My former landlord says I owe damages.

It is important to dispute in writing damages you are not responsible for. Sample letters to the landlord included. #6372EN

Can my landlord raise my rent? By how much?

State law lets your landlord raise the rent if they give you enough notice about it. Get the details here. #6342EN

Tenant Talks: Know Your Rights for Renters

Learn more about new laws and current protections for renters.

My Landlord is Discriminating Against Me

Read this to learn what your options are. #6324EN

Tenants are Protected from Discrimination Based on Source of Income

Find out how makes it is illegal for landlords in Washington state to discriminate against tenants and would-be tenants based on their source of income, and what you can do if it happens to you. #6323EN

Your rights as a tenant in Washington State

Explains residential tenants and landlords' rights and responsibilities in Washington. #6300EN

I’ve moved out. My former landlord says I owe damages.

It is important to dispute in writing damages you are not responsible for. Sample letters to the landlord included. #6372EN

Can my landlord raise my rent? By how much?

State law lets your landlord raise the rent if they give you enough notice about it. Get the details here. #6342EN

My landlord enters my rental unit without my permission

Find out what you can do if your landlord comes in and out of the rental unit, without written notice or asking permission. #6325EN

My Landlord is Discriminating Against Me

Read this to learn what your options are. #6324EN

Tenants are Protected from Discrimination Based on Source of Income

Find out how makes it is illegal for landlords in Washington state to discriminate against tenants and would-be tenants based on their source of income, and what you can do if it happens to you. #6323EN

A Guide for Immigrants, Limited English Persons and Their Advocates to Federally Subsidized Housing

A detailed guide for immigrants and non-English speakers to federally subsidized housing programs. #8151EN

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