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The AANC and GCAA support HB 880 which we advocated for during AANC’s 2019 Lobby Day in Raleigh. This bill contains significant legislation...

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This bill is an act to clarify the timing of collection of system development fees and to require the department of environmental quality to amend a...

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….“The states that are doing the worst at this have historically done a bad job of it.” Among the worst, historically and at...

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The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) announced that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (the Enterprises) are allowing servicers to extend forbearance...

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If your residents are experiencing a financial hardship and cannot pay rent due to COVID-19, the Emergency Rent Assistance Program for the City of...

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With courts in Mecklenburg County now reopened after being closed for months because of the pandemic, the city's Covid-19 housing task force is...

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While most housing indicators are down year-over-year, housing stands poised to lead an economic recovery provided businesses can reopen as the...

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NAA and IREM sponsored a joint survey of our memberships and partnered with CEL & Associates to conduct the survey. The results will be used in...

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Governor Roy Cooper announced a statewide mask mandate on Wednesday afternoon, making it mandatory for North Carolina residents to wear a mask in...

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The National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC)’s Rent Payment Tracker found 92.2% of apartment households made a full or partial rent...

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North Carolina’s current statewide response rate is 57.9 %. Federal funding to NC is dependent upon census data. An accurate count is...

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Opportunity zones are not providing the economic and community development benefits to underfunded neighborhoods that the program was intended for,...

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