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Need to Rent & Willing to Work!

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Hello All!
I have finally transplanted to Portland, and am desperately seeking a home setting more comfortable than my current downtown apartment. My sub lease is up this month, October, and I really want to find a home space where I can live more naturally.

My partner and I will be teaming up to take on rent together. He has Cystic Fibrosis and has many health needs that need to be met within his home setting, but he is otherwise very healthy and active. We are well versed in gardening, composting, raising chickens and are looking to get into raising goats as well. We are hoping to find a home in Portland we can rent ($1400/month max), but with such a short time crunch we are open to sublets and community housing options also. We are willing to work to help you improve your property's gardening capacity to lessen rent, or if by chance you have a home to rent to us we would take wonderful care of it!

We are not partiers, we don't smoke and we will be spending much time working on his extensive CF fundraising campaign and no-profit work. I am currently taking my prerequisites for my midwifery program, so I will also be spending much time in my books.
Please contact me immediately if you have any rental options to offer us, or any suggestions for us as well.

Thank you and Happy Autumn to you all!
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