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State Partnership Announces New Foreclosure Prevention Campaign to Support Homeowners

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State Partnership Announces New Foreclosure Prevention Campaign to Support Homeowners

Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS), together with the Oregon Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Oregon Division of Financial Regulation (DFR), part of the Department of Consumer and Business Services, has launched a new website and awareness campaign to support ...

Financial Aid Package to Help Homeowners Impacted by the 2020 Wildfires

The Department of Environmental Quality and Craft3 are partnering to offer a unique financial aid package to help homeowners impacted by the 2020 wildfires. Beginning July 1, 2022, fire-impacted property owners can apply for both a loan and a grant to repair or replace their onsite septic system. Eligible borrowers will be offered grant resources ...

2022 REALTORS® Are Good Neighbors Volunteer Days

June 4—12: 2022 REALTORS® Are Good Neighbors Volunteer Days

Mark your calendar for the 2022 REALTORS® Are Good Neighbors Volunteer Days, and be a part of our collective force for good.


Looking for ways to make a difference? Consider:

Call your favorite nonprofit and ask what you can do to help. Volunteer with your ...

2022 REALTOR® of the Year

Please join us in congratulating the 2022 Oregon REALTOR® of the Year, Drew Coleman.

Drew has been a licensed broker since 2002. He is a member of the Portland Metropolitan Association of REALTORS® and is the owner of Opt Real Estate in Lake Oswego. Drew was the Oregon REALTORS® President in 2021 and served as ...

Legislation passes to protect the safety and security of real estate transactions

Salem, OR – Oregon REALTORS® wants to thank the Oregon Legislature for supporting an important piece of consumer protection legislation, House Bill 4103.


HB 4103 increases the fine for conducting unlicensed real estate business in Oregon. Currently, the fine for unlicensed real estate activity is just $100. The danger to consumers ...

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