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The delay in the release of 2020 census data that cities and others need to draw new election districts based on the latest population counts is...

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April marks the highest overall monthly rent increase since June 2015 and the strongest year over year (YOY) rent growth since the start of the...

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The federal judge who overturned the national eviction moratorium issued a stay of her decision on last Friday, (May 14) allowing the ban on...

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The NC HOPE Program is now live! The relaunch of the program will be dedicated to the allocation of the $1.1 billion Emergency Rental Assistance...

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On May 14, Governor Cooper announced that effective immediately, all mandatory indoor and outdoor capacity limits for businesses, event venues and...

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March 24th - June 4th AANC, Affiliates will be hosting meetings with North Carolina Legislators in our first ever Virtual Lobby Day! In-person...

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The GCAA Government Affairs Committee joins our partner REBIC, our development community, and others in the “Let’s Get it Right,...

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Support the AANC PAC and enter to win great prizes. Ticket prices start at $20.00 for 1 entry. Winners will be selected and announced live during...

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May 24th - June 3rd, GCAA will be hosting meetings with our North Carolina Legislative Representatives in AANC’s first ever Virtual Lobby...

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Given the recent federal court decision to vacate the CDC’s nationwide freeze on evictions, housing providers are still not out of the woods...

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The National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC)’s Rent Payment Tracker found 80.0 percent of apartment households made a full or partial rent...

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Charlotte’s City Council voted to appoint an ad hoc committee to study the Source of Income Discrimination (SOID) issue and provide...

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