Dedicated to Good Policy for Landlords and Managers
Oregon Rental Housing Association is operated primarily by volunteers and a small staff all dedicated to supporting the mission of the state association.
The Association consists of 14 local organizations, all unique and dynamic in their own way. They are all dedicated to the same core principles: training and educating owners about changes in laws and providing educational opportunities to help do their jobs better.
Oregon Rental Housing Association is the only state association whose focus is the smaller rental owner/operator. Most of our members have between one and ten units.
Oregon Rental Housing Association has a strong reputation of fighting for rental owners' and managers' interests in the public policy arena. Whether it is the Oregon Legislature or local City Halls, the association cares about affecting laws that will impact landlords.
For years, Oregon Rental Housing Association has fought off the interests that have wanted to impose rent control legislation. Each time the association has been successful in defeating the proposals ... most recently during the legislative session.
Most important, Oregon Rental Housing has experts in landlord/tenant law watching and fighting for changes which will allow rental owners and managers to conduct their business with the least amount of regulation and the most protection from tenants who abuse their rights.