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Every Oregonian should have access to housing choices that allow them and their families to thrive. Today I signed the country's first statewide rent control bill, providing immediate relief to Oregonians struggling to keep up with rising rents.pic.twitter.com/mRYBv1k2Ng
I repeat my earlier tweet: Start raising rent automatically at 7% now to get ahead of the years when the cost of ownership goes up by more than 7% -- in Salem property taxes were up 10.7% this last year! #ORPOL#OrTaxes
The one rental I own, I have been offering a struggling family at below market rates. Oregon now punishes me for that since 7% plus is a smaller actual number since I offered lower cost housing. I guess I learned my lesson.
“While the intent of rent control laws is to assist lower-income populations, history has shown that rent control exacerbates shortages, makes it harder for apartment owners to make upgrades and disproportionally benefits higher-income families..."
#bravo no one talks or cares about quality of life. The financial crisis cost so many families everything they had and now large corporations are snatching up all the real estate and kicking people out who've been there for years. Rent raises of $400/month in some places.
Exactly. A development is coming to Florence paid for by Chinese and Canadians buying green cards. Rentals used to be a second home investment and the landlord left the rent the same because the mortgage was the same. Now the rent goes up, up, up because the investor doesn't care
In a rental, people pay their own utilities. Yes the cost of labor and insurance can go up, but not at the rate rent has lately. Apartments built as investments go up every year, whereas long time rentals go up when someone moves, or not at all.