What is the Klamath Rental Housing Association?
KRHA is a group people involved in the rental housing industry in Klamath County, Oregon. It is comprised of landlords, on-site managers, professional property management companies and other businesses related to owning and operating income properties. The more than 100 members represent more than 1270 rental units.
The association services Klamath Falls and the surrounding areas; Keno, Midland, Worden, Merrill, Malin, Chiloquin, Fort Klamath, Beatty, Bly, Bonanza, Dairy, Sprague River, Beaver Marsh, Gilchrist, Crescent, and Chemult.
KRHA meets monthly to keep our members up to date on a variety of subjects. Discussions include: landlord/tenant law, Fair Housing rules, evictions, tax breaks, improving your investment property, and many others.
KRHA is the Klamath County chapter of the Oregon Rental Housing Association.
Thinking About Joining? Come to one of our monthly meetings and see what we are all about.
Oregon State Specific Rental Forms
Changes in Oregon-Tenant law have necessitated changes to the ORHA forms. The 2013/2014 versions are now available.
Klamath Rental Housing Association carries a complete selection of the Oregon state specific rental forms.
The forms can be purchased at the office in the Century Square Building, 4509 South 6th Street. (Corner of 6th and Gary.) The KRHA office is on the third floor in suite 314.
Members receive a 50% discount on all forms.
The office is open Monday through Friday from 10:00 to noon and from 1:00 until 3:00. (Plenty of free parking in the rear.)
Get involved with the Klamath Rental Housing Association.
Improve your chances of success.
- Learn how to find better tenants
- Save money on expenses
- Make your business more efficient
We believe joining the Klamath Rental Housing Association is a good investment and a smart business decision.
Whether you own a single rental property or manage hundreds of units, we can help.
“Every man owes a part of his time and money to the business or industry in which he is engaged. No man has the moral right to withhold his support from an organization that is striving to improve the conditions in his sphere.”
- Theodore Roosevelt