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Housing hasn’t traditionally been a hot topic in presidential elections, but with homeownership financially out of reach for many Americans, the candidates vying for the Democratic nomination have been eager to discuss the issue. On Thursday night, candidates on the debate stage answered a question about affordable housing for the first time this election cycle. MSNBC debate…


Out of 150+ legal forms offered on AAOA, there are 5 you should definitely have on hand. If you have not updated your forms in the last 12 months, be sure to download the new versions below which have been created by a team of legal professionals. 1. State-Specific Lease Agreement AAOA’s form builder allows…


A Mission district landlord has included a clause in a rental application that lawyers say discriminates against applicants with disabilities — likely in violation of both state and federal law. In order to apply to a two-bedroom, one-bathroom unit at 60 Sycamore St., landlords Kevin and Maria Simmonite are requiring would-be tenants to disclose information…


Rents in Spokane are rising, and the evidence is abundant. More than one-quarter of renters in Spokane spend at least half of their monthly income on rent, which on average now exceeds $1,000 per month. In surveys, many homeless people in Spokane cite a lack of affordable housing as a primary cause behind their situation….


Residential real estate seems to have regained health of late, and in more ways than one. On the macro side, activity, after months of stagnation and decline, has turned upward again. Alone, this change has lifted the specter of recession. Still more encouraging, lower-priced housing has begun to appreciate much faster than the long-leading expensive…


WASHINGTON — The owner of Park 7 Apartments on Minnesota Avenue, Northeast is ordered to pay $450,000 to 475 current and former low-income tenants. In a settlement reached Thursday, D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine said, “When a landlord promises to include the cost of utilities in the base rent, they must honor their promise to tenants.”…


When renting out a property you own, it is only natural to want to make the most money and incur the least expense. Unfortunately, for some landlords, this leads to cutting corners in the legal department; a potentially very costly mistake. The following are a few common mistakes landlords make during the eviction process and…


Demographics continue to drive multifamily demand,  and along with lifestyle changes, will continue to fuel strong demand and the need for 425,000 multifamily rental units per year, Yardi Matrix experts said in a recent webinar. An aging population, increasing divorce rates, and more young people who haven’t yet moved out of their family homes all contribute…


On Thursday, the Washington State Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Seattle law that requires landlords to rent on a first-come, first-served basis. It’s called the “first-in-time” rule. Landlords first have to write and publish a list of requirements for prospective tenants. The state doesn’t determine those, so they can be anything that the…


UPDATED, Nov. 15, 2019, 3:10 p.m: A group of landlords has filed another lawsuit challenging New York’s new rent law, alleging that the measure is unconstitutional. The complaint — filed by a group of landlords including Dino, Dimos and Vasiliki Panagoulias — refers to the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 as a “regulatory…

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