From the National Association of REALTORS® Regarding a Government Shutdown

Good afternoon:  If you’ve been following the news from DC, you know that if Congress is unable to agree on the provisions of a Continuing Resolution (CR) to fund the federal government by September 30, 2023, the result will be a partial shutdown of some government operations. This partial shutdown will include some federal housing,Continue reading “From the National Association of REALTORS® Regarding a Government Shutdown”

Major Rezoning Denied by Hoke County Commissioners

Commissioners voted to deny the request below. Commissioner Bobby Wright the only vote to pass the rezoning. Developer – Harold Kidd with Upland Partners submitting the requestDeveloper wanted to rezone to Residential R8 which would have allowed for lots of a minimum of 8,000 square feet. The land will stay currently Residential Agriculture 20 whichContinue reading “Major Rezoning Denied by Hoke County Commissioners”

Raeford Commissioners Approve New Subdivisions

Raeford Commissioners approved several new subdivisions for the county. Kingston Village37.38 acres located at Fayetteville Road and Johnson Mill Road75 lots – request submitted by Floyd Properties & Development Buffalo Creek50.85 acres located on Neil Sinclair Road47 lots – request submitted by Drafting and Design Services Inc. Strother Landing20.16 acres located on Strother Road26 lotsContinue reading “Raeford Commissioners Approve New Subdivisions”

Cumberland County Commissioners Approve Large Quarry Operation

The Cumberland County Commissioners approved a rezoning from A1 agricultural district to A1/CZ agricultural conditional zoning. The property is 62.55 acres and is located south of Carlos Road and east of Rebel Road. Red Rock Materials is the owner. The property will be used for a sand mine/pit. Mr. Brian Raynor spoke on behalf ofContinue reading “Cumberland County Commissioners Approve Large Quarry Operation”

City of Fayetteville – Affordable Housing Project Updates

Christopher Cauley, Director of Economic and Community Development for the city gave an update on Affordable/Attainable housing projects within the city. Below are some of the highlights of his presentation. June 6, 2022 – new policies and procedures which allows for more development partners and smaller scale rental developments. August 7, 2023 – project proposalsContinue reading “City of Fayetteville – Affordable Housing Project Updates”

Sanford City Council Approves Industrial Park

From: The Sanford Herald The city continues to grow as two new developments of townhomes and a large industrial park were approved by the Sanford City Council Tuesday. After months of discussions and public hearings and unanimous approval from the Planning Board, council voted to approve a statement on the long-range consistency and the zoningContinue reading “Sanford City Council Approves Industrial Park”