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On June 18, 2022, HUD published a request for comments of proposed changes to the NSPIRE demonstration program that involve updates to seven (7)...

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Tune into episode 6 to hear from multifamily leaders in the greater Charlotte region!GCAA Board Member and 2002 President, Lisa Foley CAPS...

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Research conducted by the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB) and the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) indicates changes to...

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South Carolina was one of four states that held a Primary Election last Tuesday, June 14, 2022. Click here to see results of key primary races. The...

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It’s estimated a third of today’s multifamily marketplace rents by choice, not circumstance. In other words: The group has money....

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The Charlotte City Council has adopted the city’s Fiscal Year 2023 budget, with total spending planned at $3.2 billion. The budget notably...

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Member Services & Business Development Manager Job Overview The Member Services & Business Development Manager is an essential role to the...

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If you were unable to make it to the GCAA's 3rd Annual Hiring Extravaganza, please click the links below to view open positions within participating...

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Many of the 1,200+ public comments from the first UDO draft have been incorporated into the second draft UDO, also referred to as the public hearing...

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South Carolina's primaries are June 14 and for the first-time early voting in South Carolina is available now through June 10, 2022. You can find a...

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On today's episode we are with GCAA's Immediate Past President, Deidre Wilson (Regional Manager of Blue Ridge Companies); GCAA Board Member,...

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Charlotte City Council will vote on the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO), a rewrite of the rules guiding development, on Aug. 22 instead of in...

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