Robert R. Rowley PS

Attorney at Law

Contact Us Now
509-252-5074

Author: Robert R. Rowley PS

Spokane among top ten U.S. cities with largest rent increases | krem.com

Read More

Marketplace Fairness – leveling the playing field | Washington Department of Revenue

Marketplace Fairness – leveling the playing fieldRemote seller sales tax thresholdsBusinesses located in another state, who lack a physical presence in Washington but who make sales to Washington consumers, must follow tax collection laws and may be required to register if they meet either of two thresholds:Threshold one—$100,000 in annual gross retail sales to, or […]

Read More

7 Lessons I Wish I’d Known When I Started Investing in Real Estate

Here are the seven lessons I’d use my time machine to teach myself. Learn from my mistakes, so you don’t have to suffer the results like I did! Source: 7 Lessons I Wish I’d Known When I Started Investing in Real Estate

Read More

6 Ways to Protect Yourself from Negligence & Liability Suits When Starting Out

As I said, fear of negligence and liability lawsuits should not stop you from getting into real estate investing. There are several things that any new real estate investor can and should do to protect themselves and their assets from these types of lawsuits. Source: 6 Ways to Protect Yourself from Negligence & Liability Suits […]

Read More

The Comprehensive Guide for Financing Your Very First Real Estate Deal

To reach this financial peak, you have to build a large net worth (a.k.a. equity) so that you can eventually live off of the income from your investments and never have to trade hours for dollars again. But before you reach that final stage, there are other milestones you’ll pass as you climb the financial […]

Read More

New Washington State statute affects condo, homeowners associations > Spokane Journal of Business

New statute affects condo, homeowners associationsLaw for common-interest communities applies to all developers, sellers, others (Journal of Business, July 19, 2018 by Brett Sullivan) On July 1, 2018, major changes to Washington state law governing homeowners and condominium owners associations took effect. Representing approximately 12 years of effort by lawyers, developers, builders, and real estate […]

Read More

FINDING A HOME: THE TALE OF TWO FAMILIES – The Spokesman-Review

  Source: FINDING A HOME: THE TALE OF TWO FAMILIES – The Spokesman-Review

Read More

5 Legal Risks of Offering Free Alcohol to Employees – Free Enterprise

5 Legal Risks of Offering Free Alcohol to Employees By Christopher Coble, Esq. on June 1, 2018 11:56 AM Not only does booze saturate everything from pop culture to our weekend plans, drinking and working have long been intertwined. From hoppy ales shipped across the world to aid troops because it was safer to drink […]

Read More

Tenants Now Have Not Less Than 90 Days To Vacate After Foreclosure

Tenants Now Have Not Less Than 90 Days To Vacate After Foreclosure

On May 24, 2018, federal law (PL 115-174) was enacted permanently bringing back the previously sunset 2009 Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act (which expired on December 31, 2014).  This law now gives residential tenants 90 day notice to vacate a residential property in lieu of 60 days.  The law gives substantial protection to tenants. Moreover, if […]

Read More

Top 7 Summer Employment Tips for Employers – Free Enterprise

The surplus of students looking for summer work can be a boon for your small business. But if not hired and handled properly, summer employees can be more trouble than they’re worth. The summer months can also offer new challenges for your year-round staff. So how do you get summer hires right, and take care […]

Read More
%d bloggers like this: