Governor Extends Eviction Moratorium

Governor Extends North Carolina Evictions MoratoriumRaleighDec 30, 2020Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed Executive Order 184, extending North Carolina’s evictions moratorium through January 31, 2021. Research shows that eviction moratoriums help prevent the spread of COVID-19. States that let their eviction moratoriums lapse saw a COVID-19 incidence rate that was 1.6 times higher than states thatContinue reading “Governor Extends Eviction Moratorium”

New Federal Stimulus Package Passed by Congress

NAR’s Federal Advocacy team has been working closely with Congress and the Administration to ensure the interests of REALTORS®, their families, consumers, and the entire real estate industry are protected in any federal action in response to COVID-19. On December 21, Congress passed a COVID-relief package, which also included an Omnibus spending bill for FY21,Continue reading “New Federal Stimulus Package Passed by Congress”

Update from the City of Sanford and Lee County

The following updates are from the city and county. Economic Development Policy: Lee County Commissioners is currently revising their economic development policy. The new policy will set aside funds for future building projects. County Manager John Crumpton – This policy addressed two of the primary goals of the commissioners, lowering the property tax rate andContinue reading “Update from the City of Sanford and Lee County”

City of Fayetteville Unveils New Brand Campaign

Fayetteville Cumberland Collaborative Branding Committee Unveils New Brand Campaign:Can Do Carolina The Fayetteville Cumberland Collaborative Branding Committee (FCCBC), comprised of Cumberland County, the City of Fayetteville, and representatives from community organizations, has unveiled its new strategic regional brand campaign, Can Do Carolina, that is designed to increase awareness and attract prospective residents and businesses alike.Continue reading “City of Fayetteville Unveils New Brand Campaign”

NC Eviction Moratorium Extended Through 2020

Governor Roy Cooper issued Executive Order No. 171. This order requires landlords to make residential tenants aware of their rights under the Center for Disease Control (CDC) Order. For eviction actions commencing after Executive Order No. 171, landlords must give residents the option to fill out a declaration form before starting any eviction action. TheContinue reading “NC Eviction Moratorium Extended Through 2020”

National Association of REALTORS® meets with White House on Eviction Moratorium

NAR meets with White House on Eviction Moratorium Sep 16, 2020 7:28 AM Megan Booth Yesterday, NAR President Vince Malta and other NAR leaders met with officials from the White house office of the Domestic Policy Council and the National Economic Council to discuss the eviction moratorium. President Malta outlined our significant concerns with theContinue reading “National Association of REALTORS® meets with White House on Eviction Moratorium”