Recent law changes in Oregon have given tenants certain rights they did not previously have. The disruption to landlord practices is not the rent cap laws, but the restrictions to no-cause evictions. These laws have necessitated that landlords conform their practices to position themselves in the best possible position in dealing with tenants in…

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You’ve no doubt heard about Governor Brown signing Senate Bill 608 which makes some pretty significant changes to landlord-tenant law. It is being called the first statewide rent control law in the country. And it is, but it isn’t the rent control that has landlords concerned as much as the restriction on no-cause eviction. Proponents…

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It wasn’t until later in life that I appreciated learning. For me, going through school was just a matter of meeting a requirement. As I matured I learned to appreciate learning new things. But it wasn’t until recently I was able to see learning as an investment. Sometimes seminars, classes and education can be awfully expensive. But as…

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I recently saw an advertisement on TV for a service called HomeLight, an online service for buyers and sellers to locate a real estate agent. It was something I hadn’t heard of before, so I thought I’d look into it more and share my findings with you. Home Light is a San Francisco based company…

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