Housing Affairs Letter

Oregon

Drugs Made In Foreclosed Home

An Oregon couple who bought a foreclosed house from Freddie Mac are out in the cold after discovering their home is poisoned by residues from methamphetamine manufacturing. The Freddie broker who sold the house was unaware of meth contamination and the buyers waived the right to a property inspection

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(PUBLIC HOUSING) Oregon PHA Asks: 'What's in a Name?'

Plenty, as it turns out. The Portland, OR, Public Housing Authority also serves the housing needs of all of surrounding Multnomah County, which includes several other smaller cities. However, for years other communities felt that largely because of its name, the PHA really

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(HOTEL CONVERSION) Historic Hotel For Low-Income Housing

Low-income families in need of housing have a new source of rental opportunities with the reopening of the historic Martha Washington Hotel in downtown Portland, OR. Residents will begin

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(HOMELESS) Parking Meters Pay For Homeless Aid

Springfield, OR motorists will feed new parking meters but the money won't end up in city coffers. Instead, the revenue raised will aid the city's homeless population. The meter concept pioneered in

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(BANKING) Governor Mulls Lending Law

Legislation giving the Oregon attorney general the power to prosecute banks and lenders under the state's consumer protection laws is on Gov. Ted Kulongoski's desk after it cleared the state

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(STATE & LOCAL) State Approves Housing Spending

Nearly $26 million in combined grants, loans and tax credits to housing developers in Oregon is expected to generate at least 435 new affordable housing units across the state

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State Boosts Affordable Housing

State House lawmakers approve a bill to finance affordable housing projects by increasing the real estate document-recording fee from $11 to $26. A major portion of the new money would be applied to

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Financial Boost For Housing

Fifteen low-income housing projects across the state receive a financial boost from the Oregon Housing & Community Services Dept. The agency allots about $75 million in grants, loans and tax

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State Approves $127M For Housing

Fifteen low-income housing projects throughout the state will share about $75 million in grants, loans and tax credits from the Oregon Housing & Community Services Dept. The projects are expected to

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Voters Retake Eminent Domain Lead

Voters in Oregon regain some eminent-domain controls.

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