Oregon and Southwest Washington's

Housing Crisis

Problems, Solutions and the Role of the Law

Friday, February 16, 2018 - Portland, OR


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OR CLE: 6.0 General Credits
WA MCLE: 1.25 Law & Legal & 4.75 Other Nexus Credit
CA CLE: 6.25 General Credits
OR Real Estate Broker: 7.5 CE Alternative Delivery Credits

*See credits tab for full information on credits.

Topics covered

Civil Rights / Discrimination, Government, Real Estate

Who Should attend

Attorneys, Government Employees, Land Planners, Municipal Employees, Real Estate Brokers

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Seminar Overview

Housing affordability persists as a considerable problem in the urban areas of Oregon and SW Washington.  It manifests itself with longer commutes, decreased home ownership amongst the middle class and increasing rates of homelessness. Is there a fix? This seminar probes this question, with an eye towards the root causes of our housing woes, and an examination of a range of potential solutions.

This seminar is designed for a day long in-depth discussion with the experts who work on various aspects of housing policy, development, and the law. We selected leaders from the development, finance, non-profit, legal, and planning sectors to learn from. Housing is an increasingly intractable issue, that may require us to think beyond conventional solutions.

Join us for a deep dive into the problem and its resolution.