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Oregon is a state that prides itself on being first. First to create the Bottle Bill and access to public beaches. First to implement a statewide...

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The 2019 Oregon Legislative Session was one of the oddest and trickiest in recent memory. The Democratic supermajority in both the House and Senate...

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Earlier this month, the United States Supreme Court declined to hear a case brought in the 9th Circuit regarding whether Domino’s Pizza had...

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Please be advised that Oregon Revised Statutes 90.295 has been amended as it relates to charging applicant screening fees. The law now states:...

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It’s been a wild ride for the city of Portland’s attempts to address unreinforced masonry buildings (URMs). In the Fall of 2018 Portland...

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Portland City Commissioner Chloe Eudaly’s proposed applicant screening and security deposit proposals had afternoon hearings in City Council...

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There has been a new development in the ongoing saga of the city of Portland’s policies toward URM buildings. Judge Acosta just ruled that the...

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Dear Multifamily NW Members, It gives me great pleasure to connect with you on a quarterly basis and provide a written communique about what has...

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Commissioner Chloe Eudaly is preparing to introduce contoversial requirements opposed by many landlords By: Jim Redden, Portland Tribune. View full...

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On April 3rd and 4th, Portland City Council will consider Commissioner Eudaly’s renter screening ordinance, 30.01.088. The goal is good...

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This information is provided by Leah Sykes and Marcel Gesmundo of GreenspoonMarder, LLC Click Here for PDF VersionClick Here for copy of SB 608 On...

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On Thursday, February 28th Governor Kate Brown signed into law SB 608, effective immediately. It ushers in the first-in-the-nation statewide rent...

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