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Multifamily Real Estate Investing – Is It The Best Way To Make Passive Income?

Are you thinking about getting started with multifamily real estate investing but you’re not sure if it’s the best way to make passive income? If so, you come to the right place. The reality is that multifamily real estate investing is one of the best ways to make passive income in 2021 because of the…
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Oregon Landlord Duties – What Are The Top Things Landlords Should Be Doing Before Winter?

Are you searching for information on the top Oregon Landlord Duties? Especially as winter is around the corner and it’s only getting colder? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Although owning rental properties in Oregon is a smart investment, landlords in Oregon do have a variety of responsibilities including the following: Weatherproof the…
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Tips For Renting Your Portland Oregon House For The First Time

Are you planning on renting your Portland Oregon House for the first time because you recently purchased another home in the PDX area and would like to earn rental income? This is an excellent position to be in because you can continue to enjoy the benefits of owning real estate while also earning passive income…
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Oregon’s Zoning Laws Are Changing – More Types Of ADU’s Are Now Allowed Statewide

Accessory dwelling units have been allowed in Portland since 1996 but for other cities statewide, there hasn’t been widespread acceptance of ADU’s. Thanks to recent zoning law changes, we could soon multiple ADU’s on properties that were typically zoned for just single family homes. Oregon homeowners will be allowed to have two ADU’s in their…
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Do Landlords In Oregon Have To Provide A Refrigerator In The Rental Unit?

One of the most common questions that we are often asked by tenants during the year is if a landlord is legally required to provide a refrigerator in their rental property? The answer to this question is no. Landlords in Oregon are not legally required to provide a refrigerator in their rental units. Landlords are…
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Termination For Non Payment Of Rent In Oregon – What Tenants Need To Know

Since the start of COVID-19, more tenants than ever have been faced with termination for non payment of rent in Oregon Although some landlords may think that it’s a simple process, the reality is that landlords in Oregon have a process to follow which ensures that their tenants lease is terminated while following the laws…
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Back Rent – How Long Do Oregon Renters Have To Pay It?

Following the once-in-a-lifetime COVID-19 pandemic which also was responsible for the eviction moratorium, many tenants across Oregon have found themselves behind on rent. For some renters, it’s a few hundred dollars, while many others, they owe thousands of dollars in back rent, and the big question is how long do tenants in Oregon have to…
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Top Oregon Landlord Legal Responsibilities For 2021

Owning a rental property is an excellent way to build long-term cash flow and wealth but, there are Oregon Landlord Legal Responsibilities for 2021 (and beyond) that you have to follow. In this article, we’re going to break down the top landlord/tenant legal responsibilities for 2021 so that you will where your attention should be…
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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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What Portland Oregon Multifamily Properties Rent The Fastest?

Are you planning on investing in a Portland Oregon Multifamily Investment property but you’re also wondering which properties rent the fastest? With our decades of experience managing Portland Oregon rental properties, we’ve found the 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom multifamily properties always rent the fastest, across the board. Why Do Two Bedroom Multifamily Properties Rent The…
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Are Millennials Losing Interest In Portland Oregon?

2020 has been a huge year for the rental market nationwide, especially in Portland, because the face of the rental market is changing as more Millennials have been moving out of the PDX area this year rather than moving in. Thanks to a recent report by Rent Café, we know that Portland is no longer…
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How To Invest In A Portland Rental Property – Even If You Live Out Of State

Are you planning on investing in a Portland Oregon rental property but, you live in Washington, or else were in the United States? Even though it may seem difficult investing in an out-of-state rental property, the reality is that now is a perfect time to add more investment properties to your portfolio especially when you…
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Oregon Landlord-Tenant Law Carpet Replacement

Oregon Landlord-Tenant Law Carpet Replacement

  Are you searching for information on Oregon landlord-tenant law, and carpet replacement? If so, you’ve come to the right place! Carpet replacement can be a very contentious issue for both landlords and tenants because no tenant likes to live in a rental property that has carpeting which should have been replaced a long time…
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Oregon Landlord Tenant Laws – What Do Owners Have To Know About Repairs?

Are you searching for information about what Oregon’s landlord tenant law says about repairs? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Repairs are often one of the most problematic issues that some landlords have to deal with because they may not know what their responsibilities are while there are also some tenants who notify…
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Are Your Thinking About Converting Your Airbnb To A Long Tern Rental? We Can Help!

Coronavirus has changed the rental market in the last two months because the once-rising short term rental market has been hit hard as many people have canceled their rentals due to stay at home orders nationwide. With more canceled bookings, Airbnb owners have been left with empty properties that haven’t brought in revenue for a…
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