Oregon legislators are considering a way to increase funds for affordable housing efforts around the state. A bill pending in the House, would increase the document-recording fee when a person buys a home from 20-dollars to 60, to generate about 90-million dollars over two years. The new funds would add money to programs that help prevent homelessness, build affordable housing, and provide home-ownership assistance. Allison McIntosh with Neighborhood Partnerships, a group that coordinates the Oregon Housing Alliance, says there is dire need for affordable housing all over the state….