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Friday, February 25, 2022

Best Layout for a Condo Kitchen
Property Management Blog
Living in a condo has many perks, including security and building amenities. However, space is not one of them and it is often in short supply. Condo residents are used to maximizing each room and making the most of their limited space. Kitchens are an essential part of any home. They should also be maximized as much as possible, especial...

Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Top 10 Commercial Real Estate Companies in Portland
Property Management Blog
Commercial real estate encompasses every property type not used for residential purposes. For example, office buildings, retail warehouses, and restaurants are all types of commercial properties. If you're trying to make it in the commercial real estate game, either as a seller or a buyer, it's essential to know which firms domina...

Friday, February 18, 2022

Bathroom Remodels: Do They Really Increase the Value of Your Home?
Property Management Blog
A home can be a great asset to anyone. One of the joys of being a homeowner is having the liberty to maintain and renovate your home. Additionally, if you foresee selling your house in Oregon at some point, you should know what makes or breaks a home sale.Bathrooms are one area of your home where you can find comfort and solace. This mean...

Tuesday, February 15, 2022

Essential Lessons Learned from Single-Family and Multifamily Property Management
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Today is a great time to be an investor in single-family rental properties. According to studies, single-family rentals, or SFR, are expected to grow faster than office, retail, multifamily, and hospitality growth in 2022. While single-family rentals are projected to grow faster than multifamily rental properties, each market can learn fr...

Friday, February 11, 2022

Top Tips on How to Remodel a Small Kitchen
Property Management Blog
If a kitchen feels too small, it can be hard to enjoy it as the heart of the home. No one wants to gather and hang out in a cramped and uncomfortable space. Fortunately, there are different ways to make a kitchen feel spacious and more pleasant. In our opinion, the most important thing to do when remodeling a small kitchen is to make it l...

Tuesday, February 8, 2022

What Are Tenant Preferences In Single-Family Build-For-Rent?
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Single-family rentals (SFR) made more than half of the additions in rental housing supply between 2005 and 2015. Crowd Street predicts that (SFR) rentals will be the next trend.Owners and renters alike have the chance to enjoy BTR, which is a rare opportunity. Unlike owners, renters may enjoy ownership when home availability is scarce. Re...

Friday, February 4, 2022

7 Things to Spend on When Remodeling a Kitchen
Property Management Blog
Kitchen remodeling is one of the most expensive home improvements you can ever make. The cabinets, sinks, or even ordinary paint can already cost a lot. Even more difficult if you’re not sure about the expenses and what to do when remodeling your kitchen. But stay on track, and learn these seven simple tips to have the kitchen of yo...

Tuesday, February 1, 2022

Parent Died and Left a Rental to Sell; How Do I Get the Tenant Out?
Property Management Blog
When a person who owns rental property dies, their loved ones will have an extra obligation. The renters will continue to pay rent on time and follow the conditions of the stated agreement. Unfortunately unusual for a tenant to stop paying rent or leave without legal notice. In this circumstance, you should contact an attorney immediately...

Friday, January 28, 2022

5 Questions to Ask Your Contractor Before You Start Your Kitchen Remodel
Property Management Blog
Kitchens are one of the more challenging rooms to remodel. The average cost for such projects can start from $20,000 and it can take around 2 months to complete. You will need a capable, committed, and trustworthy contractor. Someone who will not surprise you with hidden costs or delay finishing the project.Now, you may have hundreds of q...

Thursday, January 27, 2022

Is Oregon making a mistake? 10,000 families face eviction over Software-induced Crisis
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The State procured Allita 360, the software for processing rental assistance applications, faces backlash because of system crashes and ineffective notification processes. The failed software system left 10,000 families facing housing instability.Software rollout despite system flawsIn a recent op-ed ("Poor oversight, flawed software...

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