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Multifamily Marketwatch Podcast - August 26, 2019

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Release Date: 08/26/2019

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Oregon state economists warn Oregon will bring in $2.7 billion less revenue in the current biennium, and a prediction that homelessness could spike by up to 45% nationwide and $8.5 million approved by the legislature for rent payments to landlords will soon be distributed. Watch for our Washington State updates next week

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This week: Oregon recorded the nation’s second-highest percentage of renters paying on time in May, and the nation’s Congress remains divided along party lines over how soon more cash relief should be provided for families.

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Oregon Governor Kate Brown faces complaints about her extension of Oregon’s state of emergency through July 6th; as activists across the country call for rent forgiveness, others are urging municipal governments to buy distressed properties.

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This week: Portland commercial real estate professionals push the state for mortgage relief; Tenants in major cities organize large-scale rent strikes.

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Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies reports there may be shrinking demand for rentals due to the pandemic; Oregon and Washington governors reveal a framework for gradually lifting stay at home orders, and the Oregon Emergency Board approves $8.5 million in rental support for landlords.

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Reports indicate that 80 to 84 percent of Oregonians paid their April rent on time; Governors of West Coast states joined together in creating a framework for reopening the economies, and researchers are wondering whether the pandemic could end the nation’s big-city rent bubble.

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This week: Experts warn that states may not have the legal power to forgive rent or mortgage payments; Multnomah County chair Deborah Kafoury weighs changes to the county’s eviction moratorium, and nearly a third of renters in the U.S. don’t make rent in April.

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Renter and landlord anxiety abound after business closures due to COVID-19; CityLab reports that rent strikes may significantly impact the pension funds of first responders, and governor Mike Inslee of Washington clarifies rules for in-person interactions for real estate transactions.

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Oregon and Washington issue stay-at-home orders; Oregon’s governor delays state tax filing deadline, and local, state, and federal government work on funding strategies to offset the pandemic’s economic impact.

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Government entities declare moratoriums on evictions for the COVID-19 emergency; a survey finds two smaller Oregon towns had the state’s highest rent growth, and Portland apartment developers find creative ways to adapt to Portland’s inclusionary zoning rules.

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