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A ‘new normal’ for multifamily projects – DJC Oregon

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.

Successful Real Estate Investing written by Cliff Hockley is available now!

Real estate investing is a common conversation topic for good reason as it can be very lucrative, when done correctly. However, many investors have lost thousands or even millions of dollars on devastating mistakes that could have been avoided. Cliff Hockley, a property management and commercial brokerage expert, wrote Successful Real Estate Investing to help people avoid these mistakes and make as much money as possible from their real estate investments.

Portland Apartments Sector Primed for More Expansion in 2019 – CoStar

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.

How to Prepare for the New Office Space Trends – GlobeSt.com

How to Prepare for the New Office Space Trends. -The average worker spends 40% of the day at their desk. Eighty percent of work is defined as “collaborative.” Forty-three percent of respondents in a survey indicates that less than 5% of their worksite include enclosed offices. More than 80% of workers spend their time engaged in collaborative work.