Coronavirus outbreak

Coronavirus: Will it slow Seattle’s Housing Market?

Ask anyone familiar with the Seattle housing market, and they will tell you that the coronavirus emerged at the worst possible moment in terms of its impact on the house-hunting season. This is because March is often, as one expert said, the “beginning of prime house-hunting season in Seattle,” and the coronavirus has settled like a “cloud of uncertainty” over the city....

Corporate Rentals and Energy Rules, Tips and Ideas

Did you know some cities have Energy Disclosure Requirements? In the same way corporate rentals have these requirements too. For example in New York City Local Law 84 requires all buildings that are > 10,000 square feet must report energy consumption for all units in the building and an energy audit is required every 10 years on buildings > 50,000 square feet. To avoid fines and learn more check on with your local and state government websites. Additional ordinances are also listed at: nwpsc.com/locallaw/ where they have information from Austin, Boston, Chicago, NYC, Seattle and DC. Also take a look at IMT:...