Webinar: November Landlord Study Hall
Landlord/Tenant Q&A Free-For-All (0167)
In November we’re very excited to answer any of your Landlord/Tenant questions. Multifamily NW welcomes Warren Allen, LLP for this informative Q&A Free-For-All. Join us to hear what others have to say or to ask that question you've had on your mind.
Landlord Study Hall is a monthly evening education series for the busy landlord with a day job. This month we’ll overview the legal forms to terminate residential tenancies in Oregon. Local and state laws have been routinely updated in the last few years, changing notice timelines, limiting notices without stated cause, adding compulsory tenancy renewals and tenant relocation payments in certain circumstances. The COVID-19 pandemic has complicated matters further with eviction moratoria and the courts grinding to a halt. Come and hear the latest news at August’s Landlord Study Hall!
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Landlord Study Hall is BACK offered as a Webinar Series!
COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancelations of April and May Landlord Study Hall - But now we're back for the duration of 2020 as a Webinar Series! Join us on Wednesday, June 3rd at our usual time of 6:30pm to 8:00pm. The topic is operating your rentals in the time of COVID: Communication strategies, various eviction moratoria and what's coming next.