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Re: “Room for Improvement: Critics say overnight room rental rules don’t protect public health

After reading this article , I am a bit concerned for the rights of the property owner here. The options for use of your privately owned property is the sole right of the property owner. When you purchase property you will know what it is zoned as what it will be limited to for its uses. Most Room-Rentals if within Private Homes are arranged as Month to Month or Term Lease.
Utilities are either included with the Rent or are Separately Handled. Owners and Renters in today's environments find themselves do to Income Shortfalls , Loss of Job income,etc.. The very real need to find alternate ways for new income sources. Renting of extra bedrooms in the house becomes a true necessity for these times. The House is Limited to the Number of bedroom occupants for that House Property. Therefore does not exceed the Correct Number of House Property Occupants and Utility Needs for these occupants. A typical B & B may offer
a breakfast ,lunch,dinner food Menu or it may not . Month to Month or Term Lease arrangements generally do not offer any Food Services with their Room-Rentals. Each Tenant or Resident will supply their own needs for : Foods, Cooking, Storage, Supplies,Pantry needs.
Room-Rentals offer use of the other Rooms within that same dwelling for these needs and their own comforts. So many People are in a very bad financial way for many years now, to end or to
over limit down the Property Owner from their ability to use room-rentals within their own homes would add another real catastrophic crunch to the Wallet and drastically reduce the financial picture for those Property Owners to maintain room-rental income within their own properties here in Bend. More Properties will Foreclose and Default thus there will be more empty deserted and abandoned homes in and around the City of Bend. People living on very
small incomes are the First to be Hit Hardest . Small income individuals or couples are most often seeking Room-Rentals within the Private Home Sectors of the City of Bend. The Elderly
are also a large group seeking a private Room-Rental within the City of Bend areas. Be so ever
careful how you go about hurting all of these individuals whom now are dependent on the
ability to find and be placed within a Private Room Rental with a caring and willing Home Owner.
Many People find themselves in true need of a simple Bedroom-Rental in the Private home setting as this fits both their financial requirements and their personal needs list, to keep things
affordable and financially responsible as well for each of them involved. Neighbors living next door or near to Properties either as a " B & B or Private Home where Room-Rentals occur should
be on good terms with each other and work out any differences between you firstly. Financial and otherwise horrible economical times here indicate Neighbors need to be more open and friendly with each other work out problems-solve them together neighborly keep in mind that this Room-Rental offers lower cost methods of affordability to the person in need of a place to
call home and live within a smaller income as it also offers to the Property Owner a very real way
to find this alternative financial income source to stay afloat and able to pay their debts,etc..
Maintain their property ownership taxes,etc... I ask all involved to NOT reduce nor amend the
Laws or Rules for Room-Rental Taxes, etc.. to be enforced to the Private Home Sectors whom are at best these days trying to keep up with always increasing Property-Taxes,etc.. all private property owners are forced to confront yearly. Their is the real need for Private Room-Rentals within Privately Owned Properties here in the City of Bend , Many can not pay high rents for
Apartments,Duplexes, Condos, etc.. The Low income person holding a basic job here in the City of Bend earns very low wages to exists on , Lets keep our Working Poor with a place still to live.

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Posted by Great Deal on 02/28/2013 at 5:12 PM

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