Portland Business Journal | Jonathan Bach
Oregon housing officials are trying to open applications for a key rent-assistance fund for landlords by the end of this month.
The landlord compensation fund program will last until the end of June, according to a spokeswoman for Oregon Housing and Community Services, the state’s housing finance agency. In late December, lawmakers authorized the creation of the fund and put in $150 million. June 30 is when the two fiscal years covered by the current state budget come to a close.
The fund will allow housing providers to apply to get 80% of what they’re owned in past-due rents, but they’d need to forgive the remaining 20%.
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