In this week’s roundup from Oregon Rent Control Central, we’re looking at the ways multifamily property investors may be affected by Oregon’s new rent control and eviction laws. René Nelson looks at the opportunity to use a 1031 exchange to move from a multifamily property into a commercial property, and exchange facilitator Rachel McLaughlin examines the 1031 exchange options available to multifamily property owners. Zoe York, MAI appraiser, discusses market trends and rent control with two- to four-unit properties. Real estate and property management attorney Brian Cox examines some strategies for increasing rents under the new law. Make Oregon Rent Control Central your go-to source for information about how Oregon Senate Bill 608 will impact multifamily property owners.
Zoe York, MAI Appraiser
With the passage of Oregon Rent Control SB 608 many multifamily property investors are wondering about the potential value implications of the new law. Zoe York, MAI Appraiser with Duncan & Brown, discusses the impact of market trends and rent control on two-to four-unit multifamily properties in Eugene, Lane County, Oregon.
René Nelson, CCIM, CRE
Rent Control Oregon: Financial Benefits of a 1031 Exchange Multifamily Housing VS Commercial Property – Pacwest Commercial Real Estate
I love to empower investors to see their options and increase their financial freedom. Due to the impact of Oregon Senate Bill 608, many investors in Lane County, Oregon, may now want to use a 1031 exchange to make a switch from multifamily properties into commercial properties.
Rachel McLaughlin, Exchange Facilitator
If you’re considering selling multifamily property for commercial property due to Oregon Senate Bill 608, it is valuable to know the various 1031 exchange options available to you. Rachel McLaughlin, exchange facilitator with Cascade Title Company examines the different 1031 exchanges available to multifamily property owners.
Brian Cox, Real Estate and Property Management Attorney
Oregon Rent Control Senate Bill 608 introduces some major changes for landlords. Real estate and property management attorney Brian Cox examines some strategies for ways to increase rent. This is critical information for owners of multifamily properties. Learn the ins and outs of the new law.
“No investor should have to roll the dice on their financial freedom!™” When you are considering your options, get an expert on your team: René Nelson, CCIM, (541) 912-6583.
If you want more information about Oregon Rent Control SB 608, visit Pacwest Commercial Real Estate’s Oregon Rent Control Central for the latest information.
Due to the complex nature of these changes, Landlords should contact an attorney with any questions or clarification of Oregon Rent Control SB 608.