Technically you can't rent a house from this site. You can see what is for rent, but you'll need to contact a local agent or the person posting the listing to apply and get appr ... more
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The Landlord Tenant law in Washington will have an answer for you. I've attached a link that may be helpful. Check out section 4 letter D to see if it applies to your situati ... more
That sound frustrating, and I am sorry you are experiencing this online. I've had several clients in the past send me listings from websites that are not currently for sale. ... more
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Most landlords will check rental history based on what you have provided within the app ... more
Look up the Landlord Tenant Act and check out Lease Termination. If you have a lease, it can't be terminated without cause. If you are month to month your lease will let yo ... more
Agents may help you if you rent a place the agent found on the mls, because then the agent will get some kind of a commission from the rental owner. But doing this wi ... more
Your question is extremely broad. In general, building codes are designed to help us build more sustainable, livable, prosperous communities. King County, WA, which is where ... more
First off, without someone reviewing the lease, it's impossible to tell if it's binding on either side. A 2 year lease with a 40 day notice is not a common set up.
Before yo ... more