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Old 09-11-2017, 01:51 PM
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Skipper I don't know if this will help or not, but I know someone who works with them and they seem to help a lot of people in the area Lane County and Eugene Catholic Charities assistance programs
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Old 09-12-2017, 02:15 PM
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The 30 day tax refund/exemption below is the same in all of California as in Oregon, though the other specific Oregon exemptions in the link could be up for grabs in other cities and states.

Be sure to scroll down to the last two paragraphs for other info:


When are guests exempt from the tax?

  1. Monthly Renter Exemption
    • If you stay for more than 30 consecutive days, you will stop paying the tax and any taxes collected in the 1st 30 days should be returned to you. You do not pay any taxes as long as there are no breaks in your stay.

Every penny of the tax(es) is and should be refunded, no matter how they are worded.

I'm guessing that some hotels who say they don't let guests stay monthly, will let you, if either at check-in you seem like they won't need to go through the eviction process if they're unhappy with you and you'll just leave, OR, you stay a while and they see how you keep the room, and don't have any unregistered guests staying overnight, friends for partying, or strangers at half and hour or so paid for pleasure intervals...

And as stated earlier, some force you to checkout and go somewhere else for two-three days before you can check in again for the weekly rate, so they can pocket the taxes temporarily or permanently, or to keep you from getting tenant status.

Also, when clicking the Check Availability for the room pricing in the Crossland link (as well as any other hotel stay) in post #10, it sometimes helps to do it earlier in the day, 11:00 - 3:00 am when they have more rooms available.

Also try to get a specific date quote between a Sunday-Thursday day of the week, as those are typically cheaper and for one single day at that.

This will give you a better idea of how much you're saving on the monthly/weekly rate schedule.

Some hotels won't raise the nightly rates on the monthly schedule as they do for 1-2 night stays involving the higher Friday/Saturday night rates or even special event and holiday rates.

To anyone who may be reading this in the future, those coming to Oregon strictly for the Oregon 420 benefit aspect only, OR any other reason as well..please don't abuse and ruin it for everyone else!

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