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We're Here to Help!

We're Here to Help!

*Updated: April 8, 2020 We know this is an uncertain and frightening time, but Think is here to help you in any way we can. Below we've assembled information to help homeowners, tenants, and small business owners navigate this unprecedented time. Please reach out to us with any questions you have - we are ready and waiting to talk you through the changing market, the impacts of COVID-19, or just to chat. We're all in this together!  Please note, this post will be updated regularly as the situation evolves.   Read More

Fun & Free Activities

Fun & Free Activities

We all know staying home is the best thing you can do right now to help fight the spread of COVID-19, but it can be hard! We all need some distraction from the news and something fun to fill the time, so scroll down to see our list of fun, free, activities you can take advantage of from the comfort of your couch. Read More

What "Stay Home" Means To Us

What "Stay Home" Means To Us

  As you know, the COVID-19 virus continues to spread, creating a huge public health risk. Health officials have pleaded with people to reduce contact with other people, with the ideal scenario being people staying home as much as possible. To that end, on Monday, March 23rd Governor Kate Brown issued Executive Order 20-12, which reads in part: Read More

Helping the Houseless in Portland

Helping the Houseless in Portland

Housing is an issue that is close to our hearts. As housing costs have skyrocketed, leading to an unprecedented number of houseless people, we feel an urgent need to support a number of local organizations that work to support our neighbors experiencing houselessness. Read More

Breaking New Ground: Gov. Kate Brown Announces New Housing Plan

Breaking New Ground: Gov. Kate Brown Announces New Housing Plan

“Together, we can make Oregon a place where every child has a safe and stable place to call home.” This week, Gov. Brown released an “aspirational” housing plan called “Breaking New Ground” to help thousands of Oregonians find “stable housing.” During her announcement, she called the plan “ambitious and historic” recognizing the $400 million investment it will require over two years. Read More