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Greg Frick - HFO (NW Apartment Investors)
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MultifamilyNW Proposes Immediate Statewide Rental Assistance for up to 40,000 Families With Proven Need
Multifamily NW has proposed a renter assistance program that would eliminate the need to create massive government infrastructure to monitor and enforce rent controls at various cities and counties who might adopt such a plan. The Multifamily NW program cou...

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Commissioner Eudaly Plans Changes to Rental Housing Deposits
Portland Commissioner Chloe Eudaly announced a call for reform of rental housing deposit regulations, including: (a) limiting the deposit amount; (b) requiring that it be held in an interest-bearing account; and (c) clarifying the definition of reasonable w...

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Economist Christian Kaylor has an update on the Portland economy

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HFO-TV: A Portland Economic Update with State Economist Christian Kaylor [Video]
Oregon state economist & research analyst Christian Kaylor gives a 2016 year end economic update for the Portland, Oregon metro area. Click to watch .

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Apartment Industry Releases Letter Calling for Regulatory Reform
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Statement from the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) and National Apartment Association (NAA) on the apartment industry's letter in support of the Trump administration's commitment to regulatory reform: March 9, 2017 The Honorab...

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Major Area Outage Disrupting HFO Phones, Internet
HFO's offices are currently experiencing inoperable phone and internet due to a cut fiber optics cable in the region. If you are trying to reach us please contact your broker on their cell number or call (503) 307-7869 to obtain your broker's number. Thank ...

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Housing, Jobs and Affordability: The Current State of Portland, Oregon's Economy
The negative effect of our area's tremendous population and economic growth is a lack of affordable housing. State of Oregon economist Christian Kaylor, who focuses exclusively on the study of Portland's economy, offers an update on our economy.

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Will Multifamily Permits to Fall Off a Cliff in Portland?
The U.S. Census Bureau's permits for multifamily properties are in for 2016. They show a record number of apartments permitted, at 7.014, still below the previous 20-year high water mark of 7,200 permits issued in 1997. The number of permits issued in Janua...
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