The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners unanimously voted Thursday to give renters 90 days of protection from eviction for non-payment... View Article
Tag Archive: multifamily
We’ve all had to adapt to changes caused by COVID-19 fears and stay-at-home orders. And some things might not go... View Article
Q&A with Reid Bennett, CCIM, National Council Chair of Multifamily What’s going on, in general, in the multifamily asset class... View Article
By: Clifford A. Hockley, President Bluestone and Hockley Real Estate Services, Executive Director, SVN | Bluestone and Hockley It is... View Article
Property and Location Overview: The Eastgate Apartments are located just east of I-205 in the Hazelwood neighborhood of Portland, Oregon.... View Article
Experts on the finance panel at GlobeSt Apartments said the new Fannie/Freddie caps revived certainty in the agencies. Fannie Mae... View Article
California Passes Statewide Rent Control. California is set to become the second state in the U.S. to implement statewide rent control measures.
Is multifamily overbuilding? What has been the effect of this new supply? Are we approaching an overbuild threshold?
If you own or manage rental properties, your ideal tenant is likely a young, gainfully employed person who plans to rent long-term. Luckily for you, this dream occupant comprises one of the largest renting demographics: millennials.
Portland’s construction boom has slowed, but it still feels like there are cranes everywhere. Indeed, there are 60 or so... View Article
Slowing economic growth, trade wars and a pipeline that is delivering new supply to the market may force investors to adjust return expectations for industrial properties, but it doesn’t appear to be putting much of a dent in buyer demand.
Portland’s inclusionary housing rules exempt buildings with fewer than 20 units. For larger buildings, developers must provide a proportional amount of apartments at rents affordable to people who earn less than either 60 percent or 80 percent of the Portland area’s median income, or pay a fee in lieu.
Are Vancouver rates really higher than in Portland? Maybe; city strives to address need for affordable housing
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.
It’s clear from almost every metric that the Portland multifamily sector’s performance in 2018 outstripped that of the prior year in virtually every respect: rent growth increased, sales volume was up more than 30 percent and the number of new units added to the market during the year is way, way up.