The Benefits of Forming an OSTA Chapter in Your Park or Marina
Have you ever wondered if your landlord can legally do something that he is doing? Have you ever wondered what you can and cannot do with your home without getting evicted?
Strong OSTA Chapters know and understand their rights. They can help residents navigate difficult tenant-landlords issues.
Many of our right for homeowners in rented spaces didn’t exist until after 1977, the year the Oregon State Tenants Association was established and now, expanded in 2019, to include floating home tenants.
If you already have a Tenants or Homeowner’s Association or an active Committee of Seven, forming an OSTA Chapter can bolster and supplement your efforts by bringing a statewide network of education, empowerment and advocacy to support your cause. It is not uncommon for Oregon park and marina landlord-tenant laws to change because of issues which were first uncovered in a park or marina community with an OSTA Chapter. OSTA listens and gathers information from their Chapter member experiences and are often the first to sound the alarm when new legislative solutions must be pursued in order to resolve Chapter park or marina issues.