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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.
If you've ever listened to the BiggerPockets podcasts, then you know that every show ends with the hosts asking the interviewee what they believe separates those that are successful from the people that fail, give up, or never get started.
We have been busy doing fall inspections, cleaning out gutters, and leasing through the slow rental season. We have also been doing a lot of visioning for what the future of our company looks like, which is why we wanted to announce to you all a great new update that we are making:We are re-branding to Latitude Property Management!
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.
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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.
Summer is always the busiest time in the rental business when it comes to leasing activities. It is when most leases expire and the most demand occurs. People tend to move in the summer when they have the time, energy, and favorable weather to do so. This is when rental prices will reach their seasonal peak. The Portland rental market is no different, but for years now we've seen rental prices increase even through slower seasons. This summer things changed.