Tenants, Landlords, and Rent… there’s so much up in the air! In the world of Eugene, Oregon commercial real estate regarding multi-family property ownership, things continue to change due to the current COVID-19 situation. But with rent forbearance coming to an end soon, what does that mean for our local apartment complex community?
Join me and my guest panelists, Lea Gessford of AG Campus Housing and Tia Politi of Rental Housing Support Services, to talk about what is happening locally with commercial real estate regarding multi-family properties with rent collections, lease and tenant activity, dealing with tenants who are behind in rent, payment plans, and evictions if necessary. Lea and Tia will help us better understand State of Oregon legislative and judicial rulings and how those impact landlords. We also have some updates about the student housing situation for the University of Oregon in Eugene as well.
What You Will Learn in This Video
- Current status of moratorium for Oregon landlords
- Expectation of when eviction court will be open for Oregon landlords
- How to deal with tenants who are behind on rent
Great information for landlords on how to deal with the current Oregon rent moratorium and possible extension in their commercial real estate investments. Most tenants are paying their rent but that may change if they do not go back to work soon. Find out remedies for Oregon landlords including setting up a repayment plan with your tenants, timing of the court system reopening and how landlords can protect themselves on new leases.
Call René Nelson of Pacwest Commercial Real Estate at (541) 912-6583 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to discuss your Springfield and Eugene, Oregon apartment complexes or your specific scenario.