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DSTs and the New Economic ERA

As panic mounts regarding the Coronavirus, investors will be concerned about how less travel and more social isolation will impact income producing properties. No one

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DST Property

More Good Reasons To Use DSTs

They’re back!  And they’re at it again.  They, meaning Governor Kate Brown, Margot Black and their troglodytes in Salem and Portland. A troglodyte is loosely

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did you know?

I Bet You Didn’t Know

December 19, 2019 As the side of U-Haul vans running up and down the I-5 corridor proclaim, “I Bet You didn’t Know” that for the

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It's Not Too Late

It’s Not Too Late

December 5, 2019 As Left Coast city governments continue to careen down the path of progressive destruction; rent control, defenestration of landlord property rights, toleration

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DSTs & Anarchist Cities

Attention income property owners, Portland along with Seattle and New York City has just scored another first.  On September 21st, Portland along with its anarchist

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Blue States

DSTs & Blue State Lockdowns

As the nexus of business and finance, historically the country’s wealthiest states in terms of per capita income have been New York, New Jersey, Connecticut

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Leaving Portland

DSTs & Leaving the City

Liberal journalists are scrambling these days to tell us that nothing is wrong in our inner cities.  They’re urging us to look away from the

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Culture Wars

DSTs and the Culture Wars

September 8, 2020 – In our last blog post we discussed the Portland ‘brand’ and civil unrest.  We would like to elaborate on this now.

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Investment Property

DSTs and What’s at Stake

We have been urging income property investors to pull-up stakes and leave high tax anti-business blue states for some time now.  Private property rights have

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Free Rent

DSTs and Free Rent

Last year Oregon became “the rent control state,” an ignominious distinction at best, when Governor Kate Brown signed into law a bill enacting statewide rent

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