In 2019 the state of Oregon passed a statewide rent control law that is now impacting tenants and landlords in Eugene, Lane County, and beyond. Learn about the various ways that this law is disrupting the multifamily market in Oregon and how multifamily property investors might respond.
After working as a commercial real estate broker for sixteen years and previously working as a mortgage lender for twenty-three, I am passionate about helping people understand the value of their portfolio, whether they can improve it, and the strategies and options to do so.
What You Will Learn in Episode 1:
Rent Control in Oregon and Its Impact on Multifamily Properties
- How rent control has altered the relationship between tenants and landlords in Lane County
- No cause notices, and the new laws for apartment owners
- How the rent control issue took hold in Portland, paving the way for statewide rent control
- How to track violations of rental contracts and apply the three-strike rule
- Rent control, vacancies, and oversupply in Portland and the UO area
Oregon’s 2019 statewide rent control law is disrupting the multifamily market in Lane County and throughout the state. The law is affecting tenant-landlord relationships, rent hikes, and the actions landlords can take against rental contract violations. As an apartment investor, it’s wise to learn about the various effects and how you might take advantage of the disruption.
Learn more about the opportunities available to capitalize on the current disruptions in the Oregon multifamily market
Click the button below to download my book or request a hard copy:
If you’re ready to talk with me about your options as an investor: