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Dear Members of Multifamily NW, As you may be aware, Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are...

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Dear Multifamily NW Members, As communities across the nation and world continue to monitor the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), multi-unit housing...

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Portland’s FAIR ordinances come into effect on March 1st and the Multifamily NW Forms Collection is ready. So far at least 28 forms have...

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Dear Members of Multifamily NW, Our request for a temporary restraining order and injunction against the City of Portland was denied today. This...

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Multifamily NW Files Suit to Hold City of Portland Accountable for Unlawful, Vague Housing Policy Association Points to Failings in FAIR Ordinance,...

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Dear Members of Multifamily NW, Today, Multifamily NW took a stand against Portland’s failed housing policies. As of February 20, 2020, we...

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Registration for 2020 Maintenance Fair booths opens MONDAY, JANUARY 13th Maintenance Fair 2020 Date: April 30, 2020 Location: Oregon...

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Multifamily NW puts on a wide variety of events throughout the year for our members, and we are lucky to partner with Evergreen Event Photography to...

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Submit your 2020 Sponsorship Package today! Sponsorship Packages Sign ups for 2020 sponsorship...

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The Fall 2019 Apartment Report debuted to a sold-out ballroom at the Oregon Convention on Tuesday, October 22, 2019. Memorable and our longest...

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On September 25th the State of Oregon’s Office of Economic Analysis debuted the maximum rent increase rate for 2020 to be 9.9%. SB 608 set the...

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Proposed Portland rental fee expected to drive rent prices higher Analysis from Portland-based Johnson Economics finds that a proposed rental...

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