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Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Important Bill Passed to Keep Oregonians in Their Homes
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The Oregon Senate has been hard at work looking for various ways to support landlords and renters this past year and a half. The pandemic has been hard for everyone, including both landlords and renters. If you’re a landlord waiting for rent from a renter who cannot pay due to COVID-19 related issues, or maybe you’re a tenant ...

Friday, September 10, 2021

How to Choose the Best Counter Material for Your Bathroom Remodel
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The countertop often acts as your bathroom’s focal point, so it’s crucial to choose the best counter material for your bathroom. Typical bathroom countertops include tile, quartz, oriented strand board (OSB), and concrete.  To choose the best counter material for your bathroom remodel, consider the things you prioritize. ...

Tuesday, September 7, 2021

What the End of the Eviction Moratorium Means for Landlords
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 To continue assisting those most affected by the pandemic and to stem the spread of COVID-19, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention extended the eviction moratorium until July 31, 2021. This order prevents tenants from being removed from their homes on public health grounds and was first ordered in September 2020.If you are ...

Friday, September 3, 2021

Top 10 Tips for Transforming Your Bathroom into a Soothing Spa
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Everyone can appreciate the peace that a spa session offers, but we can’t all afford to visit the spa every day. So, what can you do about it? Turn your bathroom into a spa, of course! Follow our ten tips to transform your bathroom into a soothing spa.1. Upgrade Your FixturesOne easy way you can transform your bathroom into a spa is...

Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Tenants, Are You Ready for the End of the Eviction Moratorium?
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The eviction moratorium that’s been in place since September 2020 will expire on July 31, 2021. This moratorium prevents tenants who have been unable to pay their rent from being removed from their homes. If you’re a renter, what does the expiration of the moratorium mean for you? How it will affect you depends on your si...

Friday, August 27, 2021

Top Five Ways to Improve Your Kitchen
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So your kitchen somehow feels “off.” Perhaps its design and decor don’t suit your tastes. Maybe it doesn’t feel as functional or comfortable as you think it should be. Or maybe it has started to show its age and could use an update.Whatever concerns you may have with your kitchen, there’s only one guaranteed ...

Tuesday, August 24, 2021

Average Apartment Rent Goes Above $1,500 for the First Time Ever
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All across the country, apartment rents, occupancy, and demand are at all-time highs. The effects of the pandemic on rental rates seem to be over for most of the U.S. For property managers, this is worth taking note of. The National Apartment Association reports that the average monthly rate in June 2021 reached $1,513, passing the $1,500...

Friday, August 20, 2021

Five Summery Bathroom Remodel Designs
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If you’re thinking of remodeling your bathroom this summer but struggling to find practical design ideas, you’re in luck. We compiled a list of five summery bathroom remodel designs just for you! Here are a few bathroom remodeling ideas that constantly pop up on our summer contracts: Color PlayColor play is among our most...

Tuesday, August 17, 2021

A Welcome Boom in Business for the Home Renovation Industry
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While the pandemic has caused countless small businesses to suffer immensely, home renovation and maintenance companies are thriving. Why are people willing to spend this kind of money during a historical economic crisis?They're spending more time at home. When you're confined to your home for the majority of the day, yo...

Friday, August 13, 2021

Eviction Protection Grace Period in Multnomah County is Extended to 90 Days
Eviction Protection Grace Period in Multnomah County is Extended to 90 Days
To continue helping tenants who are still financially affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners extended the protection period of Senate Bill 278 from 60 days to 90 days, giving renters an additional 30 days of eviction protection, effective on July 8, 2021. SB 278 granted 60 days of eviction prot...

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