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18 Resource(s) Found

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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