“Wall Street moves in on Portland rental homes” is based on a collection of publicly available documents, including warranty and trust deeds, property transaction records, and federal securities filings reviewed by InvestigateWest. We are making these documents available and inviting experts in real estate and finance to review them as well. If you see something noteworthy, let us know by emailing reporter Lee van der Voo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Thank you for doing this work. The City of Portland’s investment portfolio and the Oregon Investment Council’s are worth looking at.
The OIC is making their reports less easy to understand, with a bunch of bar graphs and pinwheels.
Retired journalism professor Barbara G. Ellis is also looking at this.