In this week’s roundup from Oregon Rent Control Central, we’re looking into the ways Oregon’s new rent control and eviction laws may affect investors. Hear from René Nelson on the benefits of commercial real estate investment and whether it might be time to consider options besides multifamily property investments. Zoe York discusses market trends and how rent control might impact the value of an under-rented residential multifamily property. Rachel McLaughlin provides information about 1031 exchanges and safe harbor rules. If you’re concerned about the new law’s effect on how you’ll manage tenants, Brian Cox has some answers about no-cause evictions. Consider Oregon Rent Control Central your most reliable source for information about how Oregon Senate Bill 608 will impact multifamily property owners.
Zoe York, MAI Appraiser
Rent Control Oregon: What could this mean for your Residential Multifamily Property – Pacwest Commercial Real Estate
Many residential multifamily property investors are wondering what rent control could mean for them in the wake of the passage of Oregon Rent Control SB 608. Zoe York, MAI Appraiser with Duncan & Brown, examines the market trends and how rent control might impact the value of an under-rented residential multifamily property.
René Nelson, CCIM, CRE
Rent Control Oregon: Moving out of Multifamily Housing and Investing in Commercial Property – Pacwest Commercial Real Estate
Many multifamily property investors are anticipating the impact of Oregon Senate Bill 608. In fact, a lot of investors are now considering making the switch to commercial real estate. René Nelson, CCIM, CRE with Pacwest Commercial Real Estate explores some of the benefits of commercial real estate investment.
Rachel McLaughlin, Exchange Facilitator
Rachel McLaughlin, exchange facilitator with Cascade Title Company, explains the ins and outs of 1031 exchanges. If you’re an investor in multifamily properties, you may want to consider a 1031 exchange into commercial property due to the new legislation about Oregon rent control.
Brian Cox, Real Estate and Property Management Attorney
Rent Control Oregon: Senate Bill 608 Laws Governing No Cause Evictions – Pacwest Commercial Real Estate
It’s important to educate yourself on the penalties built into the law governing no-cause evictions. Brian Cox, a real estate and property management attorney, looks at the penalties that are part of Oregon Rent Control Senate Bill 608. As a multifamily property owner, you need to know the law to protect yourself.
“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.