I was listening to PodCast #198 and the guest speaker talked about how he likes to look for multi-dwellings with tenet problems because he can get them cheaper; he added, and it's easy to evict them in Landlord friendly states. He talked about how he can see when there's tenet problems because there is only one photo of the property of the house because they couldn't get inside for some reason or there is wrong data listed on the house. I'm looking at a Duplex like that on Sunday.
So after hearing his words, I figure there may be some tenet issue, which may help me get a deal, but I don't know how landlord friendly Oregon is. (This will be my first purchase if all goes well.)
What do you think of Oregon for landlords?
pretty middle of the road if you follow the exact letter of your lease agreement.. the one's I got hung up on were I sent a registered letter.. judge kicked it out.. as the letter had to be regular mail.
other than that I hire eviction services and 60 days or less the tenant is gone. but if your diligent up front you will not have that kind of tenant 97% of the time.