By order of Governor Kate Brown, the eviction ban in Oregon which was set to expire on September 30th has been extended through December 31st. However, this new executive order (No. 20-56 for those following the scorecard) only applies to residential tenancies and not commercial landlord-tenant agreements. The news posts we have seen from local news agencies fails to specify that this moratorium is applicable to residential tenants only. If you rent your home in Oregon the landlord cannot evict you for (a) failure to pay rent or (b) “no-cause eviction” before the first of next year. The landlord must give…
Protecting homeowners during the COVID-19 pandemic
Protecting homeowners during the COVID-19 pandemic is one of the key components of the CARES act. For Oregonians who have fallen behind, or are struggling to keep afloat with their mortgage payments, this is an important article from the Consumer Finance Organization on some of the protections homeowners have. Read full article here: How to help homeowners protect their homes >
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