With colder weather approaching, the rain set in, and school well underway, the market is slowing as people settle down in preparation for Christmas-tide and the surrounding holidays. The constricting
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
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
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.
The anniversary of the first lockdown is behind us now. For those of us in Oregon, we are just now starting to get back to something resembling normalcy. Restaurants are
As of the 17th of this month, the Landlord Compensation Fund is open. The Oregon Legislature has provided $150 million dollars in one-time funds for this voluntary program to assist
Governor Kate Brown has issued another executive order extending the eviction moratorium already in place. The moratorium is now extending until December 31st. As a refresher, Landlords will not be
2020 has been an interesting year. Between shutdowns and COVID, mask mandates, and the occasional visits of murder-hornets (where did those go?), we've barely had time to deal with one