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"Oregon Tax Deed Foreclosures: Your Once-a-Year Opportunity!" - Portland Real Estate Investors Monthly Roundtable

  • 06/25/2024
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Round Table Pizza - 16444 Boones Ferry Rd, Lake Oswego
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Yes, if you as a property owner don't pay your property taxes, the county will take your property.  For example, if you have a house that has a current value of $500,000.00, and you have a delinquent tax bill of $25,000.00, under current Oregon law, you can lose it all!   And then the county tax collector sells the property at auction, with a minimum opening bid of $375,000.00, and when it is sold, the county keeps the money.

Learn how to profit from this seemingly unfair situation.  When you attend, you will leave with a list of prospects that need your help, and with the tools to make money helping them avoid ending up with nothing but an eviction notice on their front door

So, grab a pizza and join the group on June 25 at 6:30 PM.  Come early to network.

Moderated by Dave Metsker & Dick Uffelman

Join us at our monthly roundtable in Portland for networking, deal sharing, and deal analysis/discussion. This is a general roundtable discussion on various topics including how to finance your next real estate investment with creative, non-traditional financing options, and foreclosures.


Dave Metsker is a long time NWREIA member and past vice-president of the board. He has moderated the Portland Roundtable for many years. Dave has owned Prime Financial Group since 1990. He is a former Realtor and current mortgage broker and specializes in creative financing options for real estate investors.


Dick Uffelman spent 4 years as a trial attorney in the Tax Division of the Oregon State Department of Justice followed by 47 years in private law practice in the Portland area.  He holds a doctorate from Willamette University College of Law and the degree of master of laws in taxation from New York University School of Law. His primary areas of practice in the most recent years were taxation, probate and real estate law, with special emphasis in foreclosure litigation.  He bought his first real estate investment property in 1973. Although retired from private practice, he sits as an appellate judge on the Warm Springs Tribal Court and continues to lead the NWREIA pre/post foreclosure group each month as he has for many years.

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