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Welcome to HFO
Investment Real Estate

Welcome to HFO
Investment Real Estate

Our job is simple: we identify the perfect multifamily commercial real estate investment options for you, based on your unique objectives. We have apartment buildings for sale in Oregon and Washington. Our specialization in the apartment market spans more than 240 collective years and hundreds of transactions. We know apartment investing.

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Latest News and Trends

Check out our most recent newsy bits and stay current on what’s happening in the Oregon and Washington multifamily industry. Low Land Supply is Behind the Housing Crisis

By: Kelsi Maree Borland November 29, 2021 | The housing crisis is among the biggest challenges across the country. Home prices and apartment rents are frequently reaching new records, thanks largely to a housing shortage. While there are several factors at play—from high construction costs to limited labor—the limited availability of...

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Oregon Governor Kate Brown Calls Special Session on Evictions as Tenants Push for Moratorium to June 2023

Oregon Governor Kate Brown has announced a special session for December 13. The governor is hoping to provide $100 million to transition from large-scale rental assistance to long-term renter protections, including eviction diversion strategies or assistance with legal representation with tenant outreach and education. Multifamily NW is not in...

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HFO is Always Taking Resumes!

We're always taking resumes for new team players in our active, growing office. If you think you've got what it takes, send your experience, salary requirements, and desired position to Operations Manager Jennifer Lyke. Her email address is

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Baltimore Sun [Opinion] Affordable Housing Policy Shouldn't Be Left Up to Local Leaders

Baltimore land use and zoning attorney Tom Coale criticized the decentralization of housing policy, claiming it favors the housed. In Maryland, a study by the Department of Housing and Community Development indicated a current shortage of 85,000 units of affordable apartments, with an additional 97,200 families eligible for affordable housing...

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