Prices for Lumber Soar as New Homes Prices Spike

From The National Association of Home Builders: Average New Home Price Now $16,000 Higher Due to Lumber The recent spike in softwood lumber prices has caused the price of an average new single-family home to increase by $16,148 since April 17, according to NAHB standard estimates of lumber used to build the average home. Similarly,Continue reading “Prices for Lumber Soar as New Homes Prices Spike”

Flood Risk Tool for Consumers Rolled Out Today

Realtor.com® Announces New Flood Risk Tool – Washington Report Joseph Ventrone Washington Report: Advocacy Updates from Washington D.C. Realtor.com® Announces New Flood Risk Tool August 26, 2020 National Flood Insurance Program By: Austin Perez On August 26, 2020, realtor.com® rolled out a new property listing feature called Flood Factor™, an online flood risk visualization toolContinue reading “Flood Risk Tool for Consumers Rolled Out Today”

Call to Action – House Bill 1200 Rental & Mortgage Relief!

House Bill 1200 provides vital rental and mortgage assistance to tens of thousands of North Carolinians through allocating federal relief money for grants. This legislation will be back before the General Assembly when they return in September, and WE NEED YOUR HELP to ensure it gets across the finish line. Tell your legislators to supportContinue reading “Call to Action – House Bill 1200 Rental & Mortgage Relief!”

Lee County Government Offering Small Business Grants

Do you have between 2 – 20 employees? Lee County CARES Emergency Small Business Grant Program In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Lee County Government is opening applications for an emergency small business grant program, with potential grants up to $7500 each, in an effort to aid these businesses in maintaining their business and workforce.Continue reading “Lee County Government Offering Small Business Grants”

City of Fayetteville Taking Applications for Boards & Commissions – Apply Below

The Fayetteville City Council has established 26 boards and commissions, 23 of them are open to applications from Fayetteville citizens. The volunteers who are appointed to the boards and commissions serve as the link that connects the public to its governing body and serve as advisors who make recommendations that help shape the policies andContinue reading “City of Fayetteville Taking Applications for Boards & Commissions – Apply Below”