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“The Mecklenburg County Courthouse is slowly reopening. Last Monday, eviction hearings resumed for the first time since March. At one point,...

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The City of Concord, with the assistance of Tindale Oliver, has been rewriting the Development Ordinance in an effort to align it with the adopted...

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There are multiple ways to give back to the community during this time. Please visit the links below to find out how you can assist these...

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The AANC has created a FAQ as a resource to navigate the ending of the CARES Act Eviction Moratorium. Note: This document will be updated to...

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On last Friday, Chief Justice Beasley extended Emergency Directive 18 for an additional 30 days. This directive requires that an affidavit be filed...

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Governor Cooper wrote to the North Carolina Congressional delegation urging them to extend the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation program,...

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“Trump's last-minute decision to cancel the event follows a mad scramble by the Republican Party over the last few months to try and hold a...

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The NMHC Rent Payment Tracker is powered by Entrata, MRI Software, RealPage, ResMan and Yardi...

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In December 2019, the North Carolina Building Code Council (BCC) approved to amend the 2018 NC Fire Code, Section 304.4 (below). The approval...

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Rent prices in Charlotte’s apartment market stumbled during the first months of the Covid-19 pandemic but have shown recent signs of a...

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Latest: North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announced plans July 14 to remain in phase two of reopening for an extra three weeks. During the same...

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“Charlotte is one of the top 10 markets for people looking to move out of the Manhattan area." Could the pandemic mean more businesses and...

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