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After a Death Occurs (1)+

  • When a Tenant Who Lives Alone Dies

    Read this if you rent your house, manufactured home, or apartment (dwelling unit) from a landlord and are the sole occupant of the dwelling unit OR someone has designated you to take care of their things in their rental unit after they die. Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project - CLEAR Intake Line

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Finding affordable housing and housing assistance (1)+

  • Search for Commission Financed Properties

    The following pages of multifamily rental properties received Tax Credit and/or Tax-Exempt Bond financing from the Commission and are monitored by the Compliance and Preservation Division. If you would like to find out more about properties that are still being built, rehabilitated, or that are just renting up, please see Tax Credit Lists or the Capital Projects Multifamily Housing Lists. Read More

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    Washington State Housing Finance Commission

Repairs (3)+

  • Tenant Services: Repairs

    State law outlines landlords' obligations to keep your unit safe and livable. Landlords must also maintain their units to comply with all local codes that govern housing quality. Read More

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    Solid Ground
  • Tenants: If You Need Repairs

    This publication provides information on a landlord's responsibility to make repairs and what you can do to enforce your right to live in a safe home. Publication #6330EN Read More

    By:
    Northwest Justice Project - CLEAR Intake Line
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
  • The Warranty of Habitability: When You Rent a Place that is not Safe to Live In

    The warranty of habitability is a legal concept. It holds that in renting a place to you, the landlord makes an unspoken promise (warranty) that it is safe to live in. If it turns out not to be, the landlord has violated (broken) the warranty. #6340EN Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project - CLEAR Intake Line

Section 8 vouchers (1)+

  • Protecting Your Section 8 Voucher

    A detailed explanation of your responsibilities under the Section 8 Voucher program, and what rights you have if the Housing Authority (HA) tries to cut off your voucher. Publication #6113EN Read More

    By:
    Northwest Justice Project - CLEAR Intake Line
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español

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