A second group has sued the city of Seattle over their new Tenant Ordinance

By Jay

As a Seattle area property management company, we have heard many threats from landlords who are "up in arms" about the new cap on move-in fees. This article talks about this landlord group and the lawsuit against the city to overturn the ordinance. It will be interesting to see how this all plays out,


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