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Oregon is said to have more ghost towns than any other state in the Union, but still has a renter population of approximately 38 percent. With such a large renting demographic, Oregon landlords and property managers have many challenges in managing residential rental properties, including having and maintaining knowledge of stringent landlord- tenant laws. Oregon landlords and property managers should be aware of such regulations as: If a rental unit is located within a 100 year floodplain, the landlord must disclose that fact in the rental agreement. Landlords and property managers who possess this kind of knowledge regarding landlord-tenant laws find managing residential rentals a lot easier.

This is why we include legal state assist in our lease agreements to keep landlords and property managers informed and updated on the laws impacting residential rentals. We also know landlords and property managers have responsibilities far beyond knowing the laws pertaining to landlord-tenant affairs, thus the reason we provide a wealth of resources to enhance daily practice. Some of those resources include tenant screenings and a forum where landlords/property managers can confer with their peers on such matters as how much to charge for an application fee to how to collect on a judgment, and everything in between. For those times when you need to educate yourself a little more on a particular subject, search our extensive article database where you’re sure to find what you need. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Click on the chat icon in the upper right hand corner of the home page for assistance from one of our friendly support staff members. And lastly, don’t forget to visit our resources page for many more benefits too numerous to name here.

Oregon Residential Lease Agreements

Oregon Lease Our members are thrilled with how easy it is to build a comprehensive, legally sound lease agreement in just minutes. Not only is it easy, complete and takes just a matter of minutes, but it’s inexpensive. No more worries about what forms you will need to get your home rented. The lease package comes with all OR mandated forms and a few extras for your convenience. Did we mention features like ‘copy as template’ which allows you to have as many copies of your original as you need? Also, you’ll find it easy to edit and customize most forms. Now are you getting the ‘ez’ part? You don’t have to take our word for it, just click on rental/lease agreement and check it out for yourself.

Oregon Landlord Forms

Oregon Rental Forms Oregon 72 Hour Demand for Rent
This notice is used for Non-Payment of rent when the tenant is at least 7 days late on rent, including the first day rent is due.

Oregon 60 Day Termination Notice-No Cause
This notice is used to terminate a month-month tenancy or lease OVER one year and for no specific reason.

Oregon Landlord's Guide to No Smoking Policies
This informative pamphlet offers guidelines for the landlord in setting up a non-smoking policy for their rental property.

Oregon Termination Notice for Repeat Violation
Use this Oregon eviction notice after your tenant repeats the same or similar violation.

Oregon Lease Agreement with eSign
Now with eSign!!! This Oregon lease agreement includes state law tips as you fill it out, and a variety of optional addenda and disclosures (some of which are required by law).

Oregon 30 Day Termination Notice - Cause

Oregon 30 Day Termination Notice-No Cause
This notice is used to terminate a month-month tenancy or lease UNDER one year and for no specific reason.

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Oregon Attorneys

Oregon Landlord-Tenant Attorneys
Gordon Hanna
Garrett Hemann Robertson P.C.
www.ghrlawyers.com
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Salem, OR
  Jennie L. Clark
Clark Law and Associates, LLC
www.jennieclark.com
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Portland, OR
Timothy L. Murphy
Timothy L. Murphy, Attorney at Law
www.oregonlandlord.net
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Portland, OR
 

Oregon Links and Resources

Oregon Rental Resources Oregon State Bar Landlord Tenant Resource Page
This web-site contains links designed to help answer some questions about landlord and tenant law. The information provided here is not intended to cover every situation. These resources contain general legal information that should not be used as a substitute for specific legal advice.
www.osbar.org/public/legalinfo/tenant.html

Oregon Real Estate Investment Clubs

Oregon Landlord Clubs
Northwest Real Estate Investors Association, Portland, OR
www.northwestreia.com
Meeting Time: 1st Thursday of every month, 6:30 pm.  More Oregon Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Rental Owners Association of Douglas County, Roseburg, OR
Meeting Time: 4th Tuesday of each month- September through May, 6:30 pm.  More Oregon Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Oregon Real Estate Investment Articles

Oregon Rental Articles
Oregon Landlord Tenant Law and Regulations
Posted November 4, 2009
Oregon landlords and property managers should review these common issues in Oregon landlord-tenant law before signing a new lease agreement.

Should I Call My Tenant's Previous Landlords?
Posted November 28, 2016
Applicants for your rental property completed their forms, agreed to a background checked and showed you recent pay stubs to verify their income. You've met with them and have a good feeling in your gut. It's decision time, right? Well, not quite. You have a few more questions to ask before you should sign a lease with these applicants. But the answers are only a phone call away. Obtain your applicant's permission, and then reach out to current and former landlords and interview them. These people have, or had, a relationship with your applicant. Ask if the tenant pays or paid rent on time. Ask if they took care of the unit during their time there. Ask whether neighbors ever complained about the tenant.

The Accidental Landlord: Should We Try Renting Out Our Old House?
Posted November 14, 2016
Carrie Kirby and her family faced a tough choice when they left Chicago in 2012 to return to California. The Chicago Tribune columnist wrote about having to decide between selling her and her husband's Illinois home at a loss or becoming landlords. They chose the latter. Many homeowners confront this same scenario, as circumstances force a family to move. It could be landing a new job, searching for better schools or even inheriting a property. With the housing market beginning to pick up, many hope that selling the old house will be a snap, but the fear is that if it doesn't sell quickly, there will be two mortgages to pay.

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