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Can I Turn My Property into a Short Term Rental in Portland?

Can I Turn My Property into a Short Term Rental in Portland?

With the rise of vacation rental sites, short-term rentals (rentals for less than 30 days) are a hot topic in Portland and throughout the world. Portland hosts headquarters for both Airbnb, and another up-and-coming juggernaut called Vacasa. Despite this, short-term rentals are a contested subject in the city. Many people, though, are still left wondering: “Can I turn my property into a short-term rental?”

Rent vs. Buy: Intro to Purchasing a Property on Feb. 22

Rent vs. Buy: Intro to Purchasing a Property on Feb. 22

What can your monthly rental payment get you in today's home buying market? Our seminar will assist you in mapping out where you are now and plan for the journey into home ownership. You'll walk away understanding more about the home buying experience, more about mortgages and the pre-approval process, and an opportunity to ask questions and make connections.

Mortgage Basics: A Free Home Buying Class

Mortgage Basics: A Free Home Buying Class

Banking + Finance talk = Fun? YES, and we'll prove it. No smoke and mirrors. No genie behind the curtain. Just real, local people discussing the steps and process to making homeownership real. Nov. 9 2017 | 6:30-8:30pm | 1465 SE Hawthorne Blvd Portland, OR. 

RSVP to Kelcy by 11/3: kelcy@45mainproperties.com or read more!

Business Update from Neal

Business Update from Neal

I am writing this update on a beautiful fall morning in Portland. This in and of itself is a monumental occasion because I am not rushing to go show an apartment, fix a leaking toilet, or reconcile our trust accounts. For the first time ever, I have the ability to sit down and communicate with you about our company: how we got started, where we are at now, and where we are going in the near future.

Tiny Living

Tiny Living

"Let's face it. Us Americans like our space. We like big yards, multiple bedrooms with the option of a home office, a basement, and garage. However, there is a growing contingent of people that is bucking that trend and we decided to join them. We made a decision eight months ago to live tiny. Not because it was cheaper (because it wasn't), but because we believed in reducing the clutter and living simply."