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Multifamily Marketwatch Podcast - September 23, 2019

HFO Multifamily Marketwatch

Release Date: 09/23/2019

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This week: residential sales rebound, and roughly one-third 30 percent of office and industrial sales are moving forward despite the economic slowdown; and a warning of a second great depression without significant policy intervention.

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This week: Oregon Governor Kate Brown allows Multnomah County to enter Phase 1 of reopening; Ithaca, NY becomes the first city to vote to cancel rent; the Urban Institute estimates that the US would need to spend $16 billion per month to ensure renters are not cost burdened or evicted during the pandemic.

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This week: new laws in Washington state impact tenant screening and rent payments; Oregon directs $55 million to landlords with low-income tenants; possible solutions to a looming eviction crisis.

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This week: Washington’s State’s Governor extends the existing ban on residential evictions until August 1st as landlords in New York and New Jersey file lawsuits against similar moratoriums, and phased reopening continues throughout Oregon and Washington.

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This week: Landlords grow concerned over the upcoming end of increased unemployment benefits; King County sees mixed results from homeless hotel housing as Portland mulls a similar plan.

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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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