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The money was already coming, but Constantine wants to speed up the process.
The tech-funded “Yes in My Backyard” movement thinks the housing crisis can be solved by rapid development, but does it only benefit those at the top?
The ruling allows about 200 residents more time in their homes, as they attempt to acquire the property.
How the odds are stacked against low-income tenants in the County’s eviction court system.
The agency sets aside land in hopes of making transit more equitable.
The legislation is intended to prevent landlords from discriminating based on the source of a prospective tenant’s income.
Tenants’ rights advocates say landlords are using the contracts to exploit and expel vulnerable residents.
The State Attorney General discovered ten companies that refused vets with federal housing vouchers.
The new ordinance bars landlords from denying applicants with criminal records.
Community members shared their vision of the city’s first LGBTQ-affirming senior housing project at Tuesday’s workshop.
Around 200 residents face eviction and an unforgiving King County housing market.
Experts are split on whether non-resident buyers are hurting Seattle’s affordability.
A Seattle bill would prohibit blanket-exclusions of former prisoners, and may prohibit criminal background checks by landlords on prospective tenants.