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November 29, 2022

Rent control is both controversial and politically popular.Jim Lapides, with the National Multifamily Housing Council, tracked 19 state legislatures that had rent control proposals this year — nearly all of […]

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The State of Housing in Charlotte 2022 Report The Childress Klein Center for Real Estate recently released its 2022 State of Housing in Charlotte Report. The report reveals some unsurprising […]

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Mecklenburg County property owners will have to wait a few more months to find out their new property tax values, the county’s top tax official said Monday. Assessor Ken Joyner […]

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October 28, 2022

Click here to view NAA’s Get Out the Vote video! The future of the nation’s housing supply lies in your hands. Show elected officials that #housing votes. Learn more at  […]

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$50 million for housing will help provide well-maintained affordable housing for low- and moderate-income individuals and families in the Charlotte area. Efforts include: Multi-family new construction and rehabilitation Homeownership development […]

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Election Day is in on Nov. 8, but early voting is in progress and runs through November 5. The RHA PAC is providing resources for you as you navigate this […]

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Fannie Mae Launches Rent Payment Reporting Program to Help Renters Build Credit Fannie Mae recently announced the launch of its Multifamily Positive Rent Payment Reporting pilot program, aimed at helping renters build […]

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October 7, 2022

On Sept. 20th, the Mecklenburg County Board of County Commissioners unanimously passed a Source of Income Protections in County Supported Housing Policy. The language in the County’s policy is almost […]

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GCAA’s PAC, the Rental Housing Alliance (RHA), is pleased to announce it raised almost $10,000 from its fundraiser held as part of GCAA’s Executive Experience! The RHA PAC helps shape […]

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September 23, 2022

Charlotte and Gastonia will have bond questions on the ballot pertaining to transportation, housing, and other infrastructure related matters on the November 8th General Election Ballot. The City of Charlotte voters […]

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