Bravafi Is Helping Portland Residents Access Extra Cash For Emergencies Using Their Vehicle Title
Bravafi is helping cash-strapped Portland residents get an extra immediate monetary boost to tide them over the rough times. The company can help applicants arrange funds to tackle unexpected emergency expenses that may have been brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. The company’s services can even be availed of by individuals or households who may not have an ideal credit score. Readers can visit Bravafi - Portland to read customer reviews and get the contact information to make direct inquiries.
Portland, OR, is the state’s largest city and the seat of Multnomah County. As of the time of writing, the county has recorded almost 61000 coronavirus cases and has witnessed around 850 deaths. The first confirmed case in Multnomah County was recorded on March 10, 2020. By April 1, the number of cases in the Portland metro area had risen to over 30. The city managed to pull through the first wave of the coronavirus with a fewer number of cases per day as compared to other major hotspots around the country. However, the number of cases hit its all-time peak at the start of December 2020 with the 7-day average reaching 420. The situation stabilized as the number of cases dropped steadily all through 2021, rising once in mid-April 2021, and then once again in September 2021, though never close to the stark levels that it had touched in December 2020.
City and county officials followed all the recommendations made by authoritative bodies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Multnomah County Health Department, and the Oregon Health Authority. Common areas of interest such as community centers, sports facilities, and libraries were closed off to the public. The city also stepped up its attempts to shore up healthcare infrastructure to prepare for the influx of coronavirus cases. For example, the Oregon Convention Center was converted to a temporary shelter with around 140 beds. On March 17, Oregon Governor Kate Brown banned in-house consumption across Oregon. On March 23, Governor Brown issued an executive order requiring home isolation for the state’s residents with scant exceptions for essential services.
The stay-at-home orders and the eventual shutting down of several businesses, especially those in the leisure and hospitality sector, led to an unemployment rate of 13.4% for Multnomah County in June 2020. This was over 10% more than the unemployment rate same time last year. The hospitality industry was severely hit as Travel Portland reported in early April 2020 that there was a decrease of almost 80% in demand for lodging and occupancy in Portland. The city’s sporting calendar was also affected as prominent organizations such as the National Basketball Association (NBA), Major League Soccer (MLS), and National Women’s Soccer League canceled games planned for the season. The schools in the state were shut down as early as March 31, 2020, and then on April 8, the school closures were extended through to the end of the 2019-2020 school year.
Bravafi - Portland is doing its part to help the local community by lending a helping hand to those whose lives were upended by the deadly virus. The company can make available up to $50,000 worth of funds for those who qualify. The company’s application process is streamlined and fast. Applicants who are approved can have cash in hand in as little as 24 hours from the start of the application process. The company offers low and competitive rates that set it apart from other competing financial services providers in the area.
A spokesperson for the company talks about its dedication to providing essential financial services to its scores of customers by saying, “In these trying times, we take pride in being able to provide residents with a way to access the extra cash they need, regardless of why they need it. Applicants don't need great credit to apply and qualify with Bravafi.”
For more information about Bravafi - Portland, contact the company here:
Bravafi - Portland
511 SW 10th Ave
Portland, OR 97205