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Q-Rant! Ted Wheeler Is Looking Through The Wrong End Of The Telescope!

Q-Rant! Ted Wheeler Is Looking

According to Mayor Wheeler in a recent interview with the Oregonian (“Half the arrests in Portland last year were of homeless people. Mayor Ted

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Q-Rant! College Grades: So Much For The Bell Curve….

Q-Rant! College Grades: So Muc

In a recent Wall Street Journal article, we learn that having exotic Latin honors after your degree isn’t quite as rare as it used to be.  The

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Penance In The Year Of Harvey

Penance In The Year Of Harvey

Penance: an act of self-abasement, mortification (see mortification) , or devotion performed to show sorrow or repentance for sin. He did

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Buying a Condo or Townhome – Due Diligence and Traps for the Unwary

Buying a Condo or Townhome –

Introduction. For some reason, buyers – and occasionally their agents – seem to regard condo transactions as demanding less due diligence.

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Oregon’s Long-Ignored Seller Property Disclosure Form – PART ONE

Oregon’s Long-Ignored Seller

Introduction. Oregon’s property disclosure law was first created in the 1993 Legislative Session – nearly 30 years ago. This was back when the

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Interest Rates Dropping – Again!

Interest Rates Dropping –

In a recent Housingwire.com article (here) by Kathleen Howley, we learn that the current average 30-year mortgage interest rate of 3.24% is within

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    Website links to all things real estate.

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  • Q-Law Real Estate Articles

    A library of articles on Federal and State real estate issues.

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  • Realtor® Risk Management

    Tips, Traps, and Trends for Oregon Realtors®.

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  • Q-Law FAQs

    The FAQs for this month relate to Oregon judicial and non-judicial foreclosures.

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