The Oregon Association of Realtors legal team has complied a document concerning Senate Bill 608. The document includes a summary of Senate Bill 608 and answers to frequently asked questions of interest to both Realtors and owners of qualifying rental property. The following article does not address the City of Portland Ordinances, check with your… Continue Reading »
The following article does not address the City of Portland Ordinances, which will not be effected by the Oregon Rent Control bill. Owners in the City of Portland will still have to follow the rent control ordinances passed by the City Counsel of Portland . My understanding is the way the ordinances were written supersedes… Continue Reading »
Desirable end unit in a lovely 55+ community condo now available on a cul-de-sac. 1,140 square feet is on a single level, with Central A/C and electric heat. Unit boasts designated parking space adjacent to home and covered 9×24 patio entrance.
Historic Cragmont House, also known as The Clark Thompson House, sits on a terrace overlooking the Columbia River, immediately east of downtown Cascade Locks. The house was constructed in 1906 by architect, P.M. Hall-Lewis, commissioned by Jessie & Clark Thompson.
Here is a possible multifamily opportunity for builders! .45 acres land and house, zoned R2.5 (a) located on a level rectangle lot. Possibility of multifamily, row houses, condos or even duplexes – 6 or more lots.
Awesome! That is the only way I can explain the past two years as your president. As I hand over my presidency to John Sage, just taking a look at the last two years is wonderful. The work I have seen completed at the Rental Housing Alliance Oregon in the past two years by the… Continue Reading »
November already, where has the year gone! November is the voting month, so get out there and let your voice be heard. My 17 year old daughter is already registered to vote; even though she can’t vote until next year. I love the fact that the younger generation is involved much more than back in… Continue Reading »
Election season – Creating member value through government representation “Democracy is two wolves and a lamb deciding what to have for dinner. Liberty is a well-armed lamb.” I’m not sure who said that, but I smile every time I hear it. In the Rental Housing Industry, we often feel like the lamb. In recent years, the… Continue Reading »
3 bed home for rent on a corner lot with large yard. Remodeled 1,628 square foot, 3 bed rooms, 1 bathroom house. Off street parking with carport, and large fenced backyard.
Elizabeth Carpenter, RHA President talks about landlord education and board activities. Back to School Already? Wait a minute here! Wasn’t it just summer? Where’d those clouds come from? I’m not ready for another back to school commercial on TV. Argh! Like you, I’m not ready for summer to be over. Here at the… Continue Reading »