Your job as a property manager just got much easier with these downloadable template Rental Property Management Forms for Washington State.
Washington licensing laws require all property managers to hold a real estate broker's license. There are certain exceptions to the law, which can be obtained from the Washington Real Estate Commission. Brokers must work under the auspices of a managing broker when performing property management services.
Community association managers are only required to have a license if they are engaged in the purchase, transfer, optioning, leasing or renting of real property within the community.
WA property managers, prepare a contract for your services with this Washington State Rental Property Management Agreement.
The property manager is retained on an exclusive basis to rent, lease and manage the rental property.
The manager will be paid a percentage of the monthly rental amount for managing the property. If the manager undertakes additional work outside the scope of its duties, additional fees will be payable.