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The emergency rental assistance program is on track to make over 3 million payments by the end of the year at the current rate. Data from Princeton...

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According to a recent Charlotte Business Journal article, Duke Energy Corp. informed North Carolina regulators that it is extending its voluntary...

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Attention Charlotte Property Owners! Very Important Information Regarding the Charlotte Future 2040 Map The 2040 Charlotte Future Policy Map...

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Because 2021 is a year following the federal census, some municipalities must redistrict to correct population imbalances. However, not all of...

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The Greater Charlotte Apartment Association (GCAA), in collaboration with the National Association of Residential Property Managers –...

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What is sexual harassment in fair housing? Sexual harassment in fair housing focuses on staff or vendor interactions with residents as well as...

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The share of renters choosing to renew expiring leases in August 2021 surged 4 percentage points year-over-year, the largest increase on record....

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North Carolina’s unemployment rate declined slightly in August, which means it’s now fallen for 11 months in a row. The state Commerce...

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The end of payments might have an impact on consumer spending, which could reverberate in the apartment industry as households find it harder to...

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NMHC Rent Payment Tracker Finds 72.0 Percent of Apartment Households Paid Rent as of September 6 The National Multifamily Housing Council...

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Apartment Professional Training (APT) Scholarship Application Period Is Open! Since its inception in 2008, one of the GCAA Education Foundation's...

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The program, Meck Lending, has relaxed eligibility requirements, making it easier for small businesses and start-ups in Mecklenburg County to...

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