Oregon landlord-tenant law is complicated. And mistakes in understanding the law frequently work against landlords. The basic rule-of-thumb to remember is that the written document which defines the landlord-tenant relationship must be complete and must be followed. While Oregon law does contain some restrictions upon what landlords can put into their rental agreements, generally, they are far better off commencing the rental relationship with a strong, clear and fair written document. MHCO has gone to great lengths in making sure that its forms meet these criteria. What follows is a list of ten tips and traps to remember when using the MHCO Rental Agreement form.
A well management community is essential to making life easier and more pleasant for management and residents. Here are 10 mistakes to avoid in the management of your community. Remember - a well managed community - good property management - results in happier residents, pride in the community, encourages resident referrals and discourages the need or desire for additional landlord-tenant legislation.