- Bicycle Transportation Alliance
- Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest
- Blanchet House
- Children’s Cancer Association
- Compassion International
- Doernbecher Foundation
- Dougy Center, The
- Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon
- Juvenile Diabetes-Oregon Chapter
- Knight Cancer Institute (OHSU)
- Metropolitan Family Service
- Oregon Food Bank
- Oregon Humane Society
- Portland Area Theatre Alliance
- Portland Jewish Academy
- Raphael House
- Red Cross of Oregon
- Salvation Army
- Southwest Parent Child Collective
- Sparrows Clubs USA
- St. Francis Dining Hall
- Stand For Children
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
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Thursday, December 16, 2010
HFO Investment Real Estate has just completed sales of Oregon apartments in separate transactions totaling over $8.5 million. All four deals were completed in cash with no financing. Click here to read more.
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Greg Frick sums up the year and offers a brief look at the year ahead for the Portland/Vancouver metro area apartment market.
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Thursday, December 9, 2010
The mean (nonweighted) average Total Cost of Risk (TCR) decreased by about 6% from 2009 to 2010. (Total Cost of Risk reflects the cost of the three principal components of the insurance premium: property, general liability and workers’ compensation.) The weighted average cost of risk, which is less distorted by very large or very small respondents, dropped by a full 14%.
“Our findings show that it’s a buyers’ market,” commented Jeanne McGlynn Delgado, NMHC’s Vice President of Business and Risk Management Policy. “The momentum of insurance rate decreases accelerated in 2010, following decreases in 2008 and 2009.” Read More > > >
Constructed in 1950 at 2401 NW Johnson St., the apartment complex contains (4) 1-bed 1-bath units (7) 2-bed 1-bath Townhouses and (1) 3-bed 2-bath unit. Average rent per square foot is currently $1.18. Amenities include on-site large garages with storage, hardwood floors and period charm throughout. The capitalization rate was 5.40%,
“This was an all cash sale to a new owner involved in a 1031 exchange,” HFO Partner Greg Frick said. “The buyer was pleased to acquire a vintage apartment complex in the hottest rental district in the city.”HFO represented the parties.
Thursday, December 2, 2010
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