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Average Rent Portland Oregon – June 2020

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Average Rent Portland Oregon – June 2020

Are you searching for a rental property in Portland Oregon? If so, you’ve come to the right place! In this article we will provide you with information on the average rent for Portland Oregon in June 2020 and also additional information that will help renters who have been struggling to stay current with their rents following Coronavirus.

Average Rent Portland Oregon

As of June 2020, the average rent for Portland Oregon is currently $1,522 per month for a 762 square foot apartment.

Rents in Portland Oregon have actually gone up 3% in the last year but, the good news is that with the implementation of State-wide rent control, the rent increases which we’ve seen over the last five years are quickly becoming a thing of the past.

Right now, there are plenty of rental properties available across Portland Oregon including one bedroom, two bedroom and three-bedroom apartments as well as studio apartments and single-family homes.

One of the great things about living in Portland is that each neighborhood offers something different, especially when it comes to rental affordability. As of June 2020, the Cully Neighborhood in Portland is by far one of the most affordable with rents they’re averaging about $810 a month.

Some of the other affordable neighborhoods in Portland to consider are Parkrose, where renters paid on average of $1,033 per month, Woodland Park and West Centennial.

If you’re searching for a neighborhood that has great amenities, then you want to look to the most expensive neighborhoods in the Portland area including Nob Hill, the Northwest District, Chinatown, Old Town Portland and The Pearl. Rents in these areas range from $1,834 to $1,837 dollars per month.

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Having Problems Paying Your Rent Due to Coronavirus? Check This Out

There’s no doubt that Coronavirus (Covid-19) changed the rental market for just about everybody because of the simple fact that most tenants who work in non-essential Industries or either furloughed or unable to work during the pandemic.

Now that businesses are reopening, some people may be experiencing a problem with paying their rents for the month of June. The good news is that the state of Oregon has a wide variety of programs available for people who have been experiencing difficulty paying their rents.

$8.5 million dollars was allocated to rent relief in Portland Oregon during the month of May, And more funds may be allocated in June so with the first of the month upon us, if you’re unable to pay your rent this month, you may want to consider reaching out to one of the state or local organizations listed below.


(541) 779-6691

Lane County Human Services Commission (LCHHS)

(541) 682-3798

Community Action (CAO)

(503) 648-6646

Mid-Columbia Community Action Council (MCCAC)

(541) 298-5131

Community Action Program of East Central Oregon (CAPECO)

(800) 752-1139

 Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency (MWVCAA)

(503) 585-6232

Community Action Team, Inc. (CAT)

(503) 397-3511

Multnomah County Department of Human Services

(503) 988-7453

Community Connection of Northeast Oregon (CCNO)

(541) 963-3186

Neighborhood Impact (NIMPACT)

(541) 548-2380

Clackamas County Social Services Department (CCSSD)

(503) 655-8640

Oregon Human Development Corporation (OHDC)

(855) 215-6158

Community in Action (CINA)

(541) 889-1060

Oregon Coast Community Action (ORCCA)

(541) 435-7080

Community Service Consortium (CSC)

(541) 752-1010

United Community Action Network (UCAN)

(541) 672-5392

Klamath/Lake Community Action Services (KLCAS)

(541) 882-3500

Yamhill Community Action Partnership (YCAP)

(503) 472-0457

Contact Rent Portland Homes – Professionals

For more information about the Portland OR rental market, or to speak with us about our property management services, contact us today by calling (503) 447-7735 or click here to connect with us online.