Why it's so hard to find rent deals around Seattle
Landlords are offering more and more deals and incentives to get renters into their apartments — except in Seattle, where rental competition is expected to climb yet again.
Report: Rents rising slower in Seattle
A new report released Friday morning shows Seattle saw a big drop in how much rent is going up, but the price of rent overall nationwide is rising.
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The Legislature may give you a property tax cut — but not until 2019
Democratic leaders in Washington's House and Senate are moving forward with a $391 million plan for modest property tax cuts in 2019 following projections of a surge in unexpected revenue from state tax collections.
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Is history partially to blame for Seattle's housing dilemma?
Seattle faces a considerable housing crisis under the pressure of growth. But what most people don't realize is that Seattle also faces another challenge to affordability — history.
Homeowner willing to sell home to city of Seattle to save neighborhood from new development
Bruce Stotler stands on his deck overlooking Schmitz Preserve Park.
Lawmaker seeks repeal of statewide ban on rent control
As rents across Seattle continue to climb, one Seattle lawmaker is looking to repeal the longtime state ban on rent control.
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