Representing residential landlords and resolving Oregon rental disputes
Oregon residential landlord representation
Under Oregon law, both landlords and tenants have responsibilities and rights about leasing and managing residential rental properties. Whether you are trying to understand your obligations under the law, negotiating a dispute, or facing another issue with Oregon’s tenant and landlord laws, Megan Salsbury is here to represent your interests in matters including:
- Counseling landlords about legal issues with residential rentals, leases, and tenancies
- Term lease contracts and month-to-month rental agreements
- Habitability, repair, and maintenance protocols
- Landlord access to rented/leased property
- With-cause and without-cause evictions
- Legal requirements, procedures, and timeframes for notices
- Housing discrimination
- Property disputes
- Other legal proceedings pertaining to Oregon landlord and tenant law
Helping rental property owners navigate Oregon landlord and tenant law
Do you own rental properties as investments? Did a loved one leave you property in their will, and now you don’t know what to do with it? Are you trying to figure out how to manage an issue or dispute with a tenant?
Understanding Oregon’s residential laws is not easy. That’s why Megan is here to help. Whether you are an accidental landlord or a seasoned investment property owner, Megan can represent your interests, clearly explain your legal requirements and options, and advise you on the right course of action for your circumstances.
Based in the Eugene/Springfield area, Megan Salsbury aids owners/landlords throughout Oregon. Whether you own and manage rental houses, duplexes, apartment buildings, or other residential rental dwellings, Megan can help you navigate the complexities of Oregon’s residential rental laws.
Landlords in Linn, Coos, Douglas, Lincoln, Benton, Deschutes, or Lane County
Find your way today: Discuss your residential rental property situation with Megan, and get on the way to resolving your rental property issue: