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Tenant/Landlord or Basic Housing Questions
Southern Oregon Rental Owners Association (SOROA)
Southern Oregon Rental Owners Association (SOROA) is an organization comprised of rental housing owners, managers & business professionals in Jackson & Josephine Counties who have formed to promote the rental industry at a highly ethical & professional manner. SOROA exists and is committed to stay fully informed about all areas of property management and tenant/landlord law on a local and statewide level.
For answers to questions relating to tenant/landlord or property management issues, SOROA can be reached directly by calling 541/842-7676 in the Medford area or 541/476-7311 in the Grants Pass area. Or you can log on to www.soroa.net. The Oregon State Bar also has Landlord/Tenant information at www.osbar.org/public/legalinfo/tenant.html
Neighborhood Resources – City Manager’s Office - City of Medford
City Manager's office, knowledgeable and accessible to answer questions relating to problem properties, affordable housing, substandard housing, etc. Staff can be reached at 541-774-2000. Or, you can contact Neighborhood Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Center for NonProfit Legal Services
The Center for NonProfit Legal Services, Inc. provides civil legal assistance to low income and elder residents of Jackson County who are experiencing problems in housing, public welfare, family dissolution, employment, immigration or other major life situations that might regular legal assistance. They can be reached at 541-779-7292. Or, you can log on to www.cnpls.org.
Medford Building Safety Department – City of Medford
The Medford Building Safety Department can be reached for quick, concise answers to substandard housing questions and requirements. They can be reached at 541/774-2350 and are located at 200 S. Ivy Street.
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