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How Do Residential Evictions In Oregon Work?

Residential evictions have been increasing in Oregon in the recent months because since the end of the CDC Eviction Moratorium, tenants don’t have the same eviction protection in place as before. Sadly, many landlords in Portland, Oregon and elsewhere across the United States are not following proper procedure when it comes to evictions and this…
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Can Landlords Evict Right Now In Oregon?

The last 12 months have been the hardest for landlords in Oregon for one reason, landlords have not been able to evict tenants for non-payment of rent during the Coronavirus Pandemic. As we get closer to getting back to ‘normal’ after the pandemic, most landlords want to know if they can go back to the…
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The End of The Federal Eviction Moratorium Is Coming – What Happens Next?

Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020, renters in Portland have been protected from eviction thanks to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s eviction moratorium, which is part of the Cares Act. With the current Federal Eviction Moratorium coming to an end on March 31st, it’s understandable that some renters in…
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Eviction – What does it really cost to evict a tenant?

Eviction is something that everyone in Portland is talking about right now especially owners, tenants, and the media. Sadly, even though eviction is a common buzzword, the reality is that nobody takes the time to talk about what it costs a landlord to evict a tenant. This is why in this article; we will break…
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Oregon’s Eviction Moratorium Has Been Extended But How Is It Affecting Landlords?

As we enter the fourth month of the coronavirus pandemic, eviction moratoriums across the United States including Oregon’s have been extended until the end of September. “We heard the calls from Oregonians who are struggling to afford rent, afraid of losing their home, or about to lose the small business they spent their life building,”…
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