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Housing Leaders Warn of Shutdown’s Impact On Affordable Housing, Communities

Housing leaders are warning that the U.S. Department Of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) shutdown of most operations could be disastrous to Section 8 and other rental assistance programs, according to a release from the Council of Large Public Housing Authorities. “Public housing authorities, which are responsible for housing over three million low-income households nationwide, are […]

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Employment Law

How to fire someone fairly … and 8 tips for conducting investigations if you don’tEmployers can protect against employment lawsuits with good investigation records showing that all discipline is based on solid business-related reasons.  But a workplace investigation is no country for amateurs. Attorney Ann Kotlarski lays out what a reasonable one looks like and […]

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LANDLORD-TENANT ARTICLES

Articles and Publications by the Loeffler Law Group First in Time Ordinance Struck Down Guidance to Seattle’s Fair Chance Housing Ordinance What You Need to Know About the “First In Time” Ordinance Renting to Short Term Tenants on AirBNB or VRBO Surprise Tenants and Squatters Emerging Issues in Rental Housing Discrimination Medical Marijuana and Reasonable […]

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Tenant Screening Newsletter, February 2018

URGENT – SEATTLE LANDLORDS! More New and Required Wording For Your Rental Applications! On Wednesday, February 7, 2018 Seattle Office Of Civil Rights Enforcer/Attorney, Michael Chin gave Tenant Screening companies instruction on compliance to FAIR CHANCE HOUSING. Many screening companies from the United States participated. Screening companies were given required wording for Rental Applications. Many Orca Information […]

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