This is a legal question about which you should consult with an Oregon lawyer. If you do not have a lawyer,I suggest that you contact the Oregon State Bar Lawyer Referral Service. See http://www.osbar.org/public/ris/lrsform.html.
This service will give you the name(s) of local attorneys who can counsel you on this matter.... more
To answer this perfectly, I would need to know more. But I would say a qualified "yes, you'd have to allow access". That does not mean at times that are difficult or very inconvenient for you. Think of this: the person he is showing it to could become your next landlord.... more
This is a difficult task even for a professional. I find the banks are inept in dealing with the public on fore closures and short sales. Sometimes banks have a list of fore closures that may be available to agents. Otherwise you may have to wait through their process until it comes back on the market. If you'd like to contact me direct I would be happy to make a few enquirys... more
If you are a renter, then you need to talk to your landlord as they are required to give you 24 hours notice per Oregon laws, UNLESS you have an agreement to show the property on shorter notice.
It's creepy videotaping people, but I would call and chat with your landlord about it.... more
I am not sure what you mean by short refinance, however, if you are talking about the government's HARP program, go to www.makinghomeaffordable.gov and you will find tons of information on how to proceed.... more
Good luck. I have run into this issue before. Have your broker check every place the home was manually inputted. It is likely it has pulled the info from an incorrect input and it won't self correct.... more