DailyUW.com – Larry Todd of the Landlord Liaison Project, proposed working one-on-one with the landlord in order to provide reassurance, moving toward the indiscriminative goal of providing housing for tenants from a variety of backgrounds. “The landlord is taking a huge risk when they’re handing over a set of keys,” Todd said. “We want to work with landlords and explore one-on-one. Let’s try one tenant, let’s see how this works out.”
Landlord Liaison Project (LLP) is a partnership between landlords, property managers, service agencies, and people experiencing homelessness, in order to end homelessness in our community.
- YWCA is ending operation of the Landlord Liaison Project June 30.
- Landlord Liaison Project is accepting applications for clients through May 1.
- A new program to connect and support property owners and tenants will launch in June 2017. Check the All Home website for updates.
Geekwire.com - Zillow’s Community Pillar program makes it easier for people with less-than-stellar housing applications to find landlords and property managers more inclined to rent to them. “Being able to find landlords in a market that is competitive, who are willing to look at lower screening criteria … it’s a high, high need in King County,” said Larry Todd, who does outreach work with landlords through the nonprofit YWCA Landlord Liaison Project.