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Should Oregon property owners be allowed to raise rent by more then 10%?
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464 Votes

Should Oregon property owners be allowed to raise rent by more then 10%?

Yes

2

No

8

Yes

2 Comments
Louis Vaday
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Louis Vaday

The state should not be able to say what they think you need to do to make ends meet as an owner.

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sandra zollman
sandra zollman

Make ends meet? Are you kidding? Rents in Bend should provide a tidy profit for anyone.

Stang1960
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Stang1960

State regulations and taxes are the problem. The people who can afford to build apartments are big money. Reduce zoning regulations, property taxes and get rid of Urban Growth Boundaries to expand land use and create competition. Then rents would go down. Government over reach is the problem period.

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No

7 Comments
Kathy Selvaggio
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Kathy Selvaggio

I am a (very small time) landlord, since I rent an apartment in my basement. Rents have gone through the roof, and I don't think renters should be subjected to huge increases from year to year.

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sandra zollman
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sandra zollman

Investment greed has caused the problem. The increases have become ridiculous. Some landlords raise rents every six months. They seem to think that Central Oregon should pay California prices. People move away from the nightmare they create but never learn a lesson.

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Lynn Huntley
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Lynn Huntley

Being a landlord should be a side hustle, not your main income. Then you could charge fairly, not rip people off to get rich.

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LESLIE Wayt
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LESLIE Wayt

I'm on limited income. Rent is as high as I can go now. If it's raised more I will be homeless. We need to stop raising prices or there will be a major influx of homeless people. Trapped into homelessness with nowhere to turn.

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Steven Huillet
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Steven Huillet

Rents are too high already. It's all about greed!

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Kenneth Swipies
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Kenneth Swipies

Oregon needs rent control laws that do not overly profit the investor

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Latterdaysaint
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Latterdaysaint

People are already dealing with Biden inflation

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Have you experienced difficulties in accessing emergency care in Central Oregon?
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127 Votes

Have you experienced difficulties in accessing emergency care in Central Oregon?

YES

0

NO

0

YES

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NO

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Would you support an increase in prescribed burns?
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179 Votes

Would you support an increase in prescribed burns?

YES

2

NO

0

YES

2 Comments
Eric Metzger
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Eric Metzger

This ecosystem is as dependent on fire as it is on rain.

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Latterdaysaint
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Latterdaysaint

How about a increase in logging?

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NO

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