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South Hill landlord again raises rent as new state laws on tenancy set to take effect

A handful of renters at a 10th Avenue apartment building are experiencing the same housing headache that plagued a property overlooking Latah Creek last summer: Their rents are on the …


Proposed eviction-law reforms clear second floor vote

A package of tenant protections including extended eviction-notice times has cleared its second floor vote in the Legislature.


UPDATED: Mon., March 27, 2017, 11:13 p.m.

Spokane City Council passes new human rights protections, delays protections for renters who use subsidies

The Spokane City Council on Monday approved a legislative package compiling human rights protections, including a measure that prevents landlords from discriminating against tenants for accepting housing vouchers.


23 Seattle landlords face discrimination charges

The Seattle Office for Civil Rights has filed charges against 23 landlords after a series of sting operations revealed that they discriminated against people posed as prospective renters based on …


Foreclosures oust renters from homes

Stefanie Tietge has been faithfully paying the rent. Her landlord can’t say the same thing about the mortgage, though, so the Spokane Valley home where Tietge, her fiancé and their …


Renters in foreclosed homes feel the pinch

Stefanie Tietge has been faithfully paying the rent. Her landlord can’t say the same thing about the mortgage, though, so the Spokane Valley home where Tietge, her fiance and their …


Couple believes ‘tenants’ have moved out

An elderly Spokane Valley couple beleaguered by unwelcome tenants in their backyard garage say the people have apparently moved out.