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In this episode of the GCAA's Morning Perks Podcast you will hear from the following multifamily leaders in the greater Charlotte region!GCAA...

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AANC announced that on Thursday, July 7, Governor Roy Cooper signed into law HB 607: Various Court Changes. This bill includes a series of...

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Tune into episode 7 to hear from multifamily leaders in the greater Charlotte region!Parry BrandPresident for GCI Residential | ContactYazan...

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GET OUT TO VOTE!
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Early voting in Charlotte began on Thursday, July 7th for the city of Charlotte’s General Election. This is an important election as there are...

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Last fall, CLTWater paused development related services in basins draining to the WSACC plant where the maximum limit had been reached for permitted...

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GCAA is Hiring
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The GCAA has two open positions available! Click on the job title below to view the job descriptions. Member Services & Business Development...

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RPM Careers Week 2022 is July 18-22! The Residential Property Management (RPM) industry is stable and strong. Help us spread the word! Events...

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Submit your theme suggestion for the 2023 Trade Show here! 2022: Vacation Across America 2021: American Heroes 2019: Animation...

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The City of Charlotte is holding its General Election for Charlotte Mayoral and City Council seats on Tuesday, July 26, 2022. If you reside within...

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The Apartment Association of North Carolina (AANC) has released a Housing Affordability Toolkit that discusses and addresses numerous ways to...

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Gov. Cooper announced four judicial appointments. One appointment is in District 26, which covers part of Mecklenburg County: Shante’...

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The UDO Comment Portal closes tomorrow, June 30th at midnight. Planning Staff will review and consider each comment so be sure to submit your...

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