Doom and gloom. That is what the concerned landlord finds when they search social media, watch the news, or listen to any real estate podcast. According to what you find
Over the many years Empire has been in business, there is one kind of problem tenant we have been lucky enough to mostly avoid. The Noisemaker. The noisemaker can take many
Nothing is more volatile than the economy, and few aspects of the economy are as volatile as the rental market. The past few years have seen such seismic changes that
In this world, nothing is certain but death and taxes. Despite the dread, despite the distaste, everyone has to file their taxes. This year, next year - the year after
There are three different ways to end a tenancy. The tenant moves out, you move the tenant out, or eviction court. When the tenant moves on their own, it
Most inquires into available rentals consist of a few basic questions. Price, security deposit, and the most important of all, pets. As many as 72% of tenants currently own a
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.