If you’re considering investing in Portland rental real estate, the market is currently doing great. Today, we’re sharing a few things you need to know about the market and how it’s performing in 2017.
Property Management Portland: Increases Leveling Off
You may have heard about our expansive growth and rent increase...
The eviction process in Portland has become more complicated. We have new city regulations that recently went into effect, starting in 2016. According to these regulations, a Portland landlord may be required to pay up to $4,500 in relocation fees for filing a no-cause eviction to remove a tenant from the property.
Portland landlords need to have a strong lease agreement in place to provide the necessary protections and expectations. Today, we’re sharing some advice about what you want to include in the lease that’s written for your Portland rental property.
Investing in Portland: Up to Date Language
The essential thing to remember is...
Smart Portland investors know that there are a number of benefits to working with a professional property management company. Today, we’re sharing four of the best reasons to work with a property manager.
Property Management Portland: Time Savings
The number one reason that most of our customers begin working with us i...
Apartment developer/landlord vents about city housing policies
Created on Thursday, 20 April 2017 | Written by Jim Redden |
Tom Brenneke says dysfunctional system slows new housing in Portland as need increases.
COURTESY GUARDIAN REAL ESTATE SERVICES - Tom Brennek...
Portland received a fresh layer of snow, and then an unfortunate layer of ice. Please note that rent is due on the 1st, and there is a grace period until 11:59 PM (end of day) on the 4th. Rent can be paid online, at a 7-11 or ACE store with cash, mailed in advance (postmarked by the 4th), dropped off during business hours or in the after ...
Now is the time to test your heating systems, make sure your water heater is in good condition, and prepare for the cold by having supplies on hand. We recommend keeping a space heater for emergencies. Other essentials: hot chocolate, coffee, tea, warm blankets, soups, s'mores components and Netflix (of course).