0.23 Acres | $1,200,000
0.34 Acres | $1,100,000
1,710 – 2,099 SF | $1.65 – $1.75/SF/MG
7 Units | $1,395,000
1.55 Acres | $898,000
4,284 SF | $960,000
10 Units | $2,675,000
11,322 SF | $1,299,000
8,584 | $810,000
12 Units | $3,450,000
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SMI Real Estate Principal Broker Steve Morris says rent increases have been breathtaking; political support for rent control has been growing.
The rising rents that are making apartments less affordable in the largest U.S. cities are headed toward smaller, less expensive markets.
With rent control now in place for 2019, rent increases can no longer exceed 7%. How does this affect property values?
According to a report from Apartment List, renter migration patterns shows Portland as an affordable alternative to San Francisco and Seattle.
Multifamily rents were up a healthy 3.0 percent year-over-year in April 2019
Investment in multifamily properties continues to be one of the most attractive plays in today’s real estate market.
The national average rent in March went up by 3.2% year-over-year, the lowest annual growth we’ve seen in more than 6 months.
Landlords testifying on new Portland city regulations on tenant screening and deposits were opposed to the new rules for various reasons.
Portland rents have increased 0.4% over the past month. Portland’s year-over-year rent growth leads the state average of -1.3%.
Upcoming downtown Salem micro-apartments could be 270 sf and cost $850 per month.
The multifamily market is entering the time when rent growth occurs; no indication of slowing, according to Yardi Matrix.
A new report from Zillow says that rent growth has hit a 10-month high as appreciation in home values is dropping sharply.
House Bill 2001 would require cities of a certain size to allow duplexes and townhouses on any residential lots now zoned for single-family houses.
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 report from Apartment List.
Governor Kate Brown appointed Steve Strode as Real Estate Commissioner. Mr. Strode brings over 18 years of real estate expertise to the position.
A landmark first-in-the-nation rent-control bill, SB 608, has passed the Oregon House of Representatives and now heads to the desk of Gov. Kate Brown, who has said she will sign it.
Average rents for a 2-bedroom, 1-bath apartment in the Salem area rose 54 percent in the last 10 years. Under a rent control bill in the Oregon legislature, those rents could have risen even higher.