By: Clifford A. Hockley, President Bluestone and Hockley Real Estate Services, Executive Director, SVN | Bluestone and Hockley It is... View Article
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Portland rents have increased 0.4% over the past month, but are down slightly by 0.3% in comparison to the same time last year, according to a new April report from Apartment List.
There has been a shift in demand for rental housing due to demographic and other changes in our society.
As Los Angeles—and, really, greater Southern California—moves toward density, developers have been challenged to find affordable ways to house the... View Article
The apartment asset class is having a numbers problem with deals and development getting harder to pencil in. Still, the... View Article
Quick Fact – November 2018 – Are Apartment rent going to drop, as newly constructed apartments enter the Portland market?
By: Clifford A. Hockley, President Bluestone and Hockley Real Estate Services, Executive Director, SVN | Bluestone and Hockley Most residential... View Article
Portland has added some 15,000 new apartments since 2015, but most are designed for luxury. PORTLAND, Ore. — It’s good news... View Article
Downtown Portland May Lose Four MAX Light Rail Stations TriMet, a mass transit operator in the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area,... View Article
The quest for short-term lodging is taking the hospitality market in unlikely places – even floating atop the Columbia River.... View Article
Metro believes four suburban Portland cities should be granted urban growth boundary expansions. The regional planning agency’s chief operating officer,... View Article
The Oregon Court of Appeals recently recognized that local jurisdictions cannot use local code to circumvent constitutional protections against the taking... View Article
Portland Developers Are Offering Renters Amazon Gift Cards to Move Into Their Luxury Apartments – Willamette Week
New construction has sent a flood of new apartments onto the market. A month’s free rent has become standard. Renters... View Article
Challenges of mixing old and new A project proposal for the Historic Alphabet District calls for an update to the... View Article
Continuing good economic news this month- close to 29 thousand new jobs created in the last 12 months in the... View Article
The Portland City Council unanimously enacted new rules this week to require landlords to register the addresses of all rental... View Article
Owners of unreinforced masonry buildings may be required to place placards on their properties warning tenants and visitors of seismic risk after... View Article