Property Management Blog

Blog Post Common Rental Leasing Problems and How to Avoid Them in Portland OR

Common Rental Leasing Problems and How to Avoid Them in Portland OR

Rental leasing is when one party presents a contractual agreement where another party agrees to rent a property. Leasing is only one aspect of tenant relations, or when landlords sustain a positive relationship with renters.Tenant relations involve all aspects of the landlording ...
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Blog Post The Impact of Portland's Urban Growth Boundary on Property Management

The Impact of Portland's Urban Growth Boundary on Property Management

Portland, Oregon, has always considered itself a leader when it comes to sustainable urban living. The city has been at the forefront of a number of trends in real estate, conservation, transportation, and public administration. The leadership around urban planning and sustainabl...
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Blog Post Ways Property Managers Help You Grow Your Real Estate Business

Ways Property Managers Help You Grow Your Real Estate Business

Did you know that 20% of new businesses fail within two years of being open? 45% fail during the first five years and 65% of businesses fail within the first ten of their lifetime.Only one-fourth of companies last 15 years or more. Here's a question - how long do you want you...
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Blog Post Adapting to Remote Property Management: Tips for Out-of-State Investors in Portland

Adapting to Remote Property Management: Tips for Out-of-State Investors in Portland

Thanks to technology and the rapidly increasing amount of tools and resources that property managers have at their disposal, investing from out-of-state or even out of the country is completely possible. You don’t have to live where you invest. In fact, in order to pursue a...
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Blog Post The Beginner's Real Estate Investing Guide to Portland OR

The Beginner's Real Estate Investing Guide to Portland OR

Portland, Oregon's real estate landscape is blooming with opportunity, from residential homes to commercial spaces.The home price average for the city is around $540,000. This average is lower than neighboring states like California, making Portland a desirable location for f...
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Blog Post Legal and Optional Tenant Maintenance Responsibilities in Portland, OR

Legal and Optional Tenant Maintenance Responsibilities in Portland, OR

Owning an investment property in the thriving city of Portland is an excellent way to earn income from rentals. Yet, it also comes with some time-consuming responsibilities.Under Oregon law, landlords must maintain their properties in a safe and habitable condition. If you don...
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Blog Post Benefits of Online Portals for Owners and Tenants in Portland, OR

Benefits of Online Portals for Owners and Tenants in Portland, OR

The success of the landlord-tenant relationship hinges on communication.As one of the thousands of Portland landlords, you know how important it is to keep your tenants happy. Your ability to communicate important information to your tenants is essential for your success as a lan...
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Blog Post Essential Tips for First-Time Landlords in Portland, OR

Essential Tips for First-Time Landlords in Portland, OR

About 10.3 million people own the 20 million rental properties in the US. If you're new to investing in real estate, congratulations! However, this competition could keep you from experiencing success.After you buy a property, you need to complete a rental analysis, start mar...
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Blog Post How Property Management Can Help You Protect Your Investment

How Property Management Can Help You Protect Your Investment

Investing in Portland, Oregon, is a great way to make passive income, but it's a lot more work than you realize. Handling day-to-day operations and managing tenant relationships are no easy tasks.That's why you're looking for a property management company to help out....
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Blog Post Accidental Landlords in Portland, OR: What to Do if You Become One

Accidental Landlords in Portland, OR: What to Do if You Become One

Rental homes in Portland declined 14% from 2017 to 2020, which has left many residents becoming accidental landlords.Do you find yourself in this situation? If you're an accidental landlord, there's an opportunity to earn a lucrative rental property income. But how do you...
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