On July 23rd, 2023, the Eugene City Council passed City Ordinance 20694. This new city ordinance, effective August 25, is the second phase of the three-part "Renter Protections" Process currently
On July 6th, 2023, Governor Tina Kotek signed into law Senate Bill 611. This new legislation places further restrictions on landlords' ability to increase the rent at their units. Due
The Eugene Housing Policy has for the last year been pursuing a three-step process imposing severe restrictions on landlords. Phase one, effective August 13th, 2022, instituted the following: Mandated the
As of March 1st, many of the limitations imposed on landlords have expired. After over two years, even though we all knew the deadline was coming, it caught us
When Governor Kate Brown called a special session, she stated part of her reason was to address issues with the rental market. Anyone that manages property in Oregon finds attention
On Thursday, June 17th, the Oregon House voted unanimously to extend the eviction moratorium by 60 days. SB 278, if it is voted and signed into law, will extend the
The Oregon legislature has an interesting way of handling problems. Push them out to next year and hope it all goes away by then. Senate Bill 282 does exactly that.
"May you live in interesting times." My friends, we live in interesting times. Anyone that has lived through the past year and a half understands why that saying is considered