Washington taxes are trickling down into renters’ pockets
The 600-square-foot homes have seen few upgrades ... pretty soon I’ll be renting it for $1,300 a month.” The rise is because Washington taxes on property have experienced a considerable rise this year. Both of Norm’s houses went up in value.
It may be arguable if tax breaks trickle down the economic ladderBut it’s certain to one landlord that Washington taxes are trickling down to his renters.
“I try not to pass all of it on all the time, but the way things are going, there’s not going to be any choice,” listener Norm told KIRO Radio’s Dori Monson“… It’s going to come directly out of their pocket.”
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