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Must Do Tips Before You Buy A Home

Are you planning to buy a house this year? Year 2020 has been tough for almost everyone worldwide due to the Covid-19 pandemic but if you think that this year will be the best time to throw away your rental days and move to your very own home. Then you must be planning accordingly and crossing out these must do tips will help you find and finance the home of your dreams smoothly. The purchase of your first home is one of the most significant milestones – both in life and finance. It is a considerable commitment, and this is the biggest purchase you have made to date, and it has a good chance. When you prepare to buy your first home, here are the steps you must take. Start your early investig

Rent Repayment During COVID-19

This handbook has information for both tenants and landlords about the law relating to rent payments and evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, and about rent assistance that may be available. This information may also be helpful to public officials, courts, and those trying to help landlords and tenants during this difficult time. This information has been compiled and reviewed by various Oregon tenant and landlord advocates and public agencies. The information is offered in good faith, but should not be considered legal advice. For more specific legal advice, tenants can contact Legal Aid Services of Oregon or the Oregon Law Center (contact information for local offices is available in th

City, County Deploying Millions in COVID Rent Relief

With Rent Due October 1, City and County Deploying Millions in COVID Relief Assistance prioritized for BIPOC communities will help thousands of households, but without more help from Congress, thousands of others will be left vulnerable to eviction. With Oregon’s eviction moratorium expiring in less than two months and Congress stalled on adding rent support to a new COVID-19 bill governments in the Portland metro area are investing millions of dollars to help thousands of families on the edge of losing their housing. The Portland Housing Bureau, the Joint Office of Homeless Services, Multnomah County’s Department of County Human Services, and regional housing authority Home Forward have ban

City, County Deploying Millions in COVID Rent Relief

With Rent Due October 1, City and County Deploying Millions in COVID Relief Assistance prioritized for BIPOC communities will help thousands of households, but without more help from Congress, thousands of others will be left vulnerable to eviction. With Oregon’s eviction moratorium expiring in less than two months — and Congress stalled on adding rent support to a new COVID-19 bill — governments in the Portland metro area are investing millions of dollars to help thousands of families on the edge of losing their housing. The Portland Housing Bureau, the Joint Office of Homeless Services, Multnomah County’s Department of County Human Services, and regional housing authority Home Forward have

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