From the National Association of REALTORS®, Moratorium Extended

NAR continues work to ensure rental assistance meets needs of housing providers View this email online March 29, 2021   What the Moratorium Means for You The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) announced today that it is extending its nationwide eviction moratorium through June 30, 2021.  The order was put into place Sept. 4, 2020,Continue reading “From the National Association of REALTORS®, Moratorium Extended”

NC Representative Files Bill to Protect Private Property Rights for Landowners

North Carolina House ofRepresentativesFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Marshall ConradDate: March 23, 2021REP. JOHN SZOKA FILES LEGISLATION TO PROTECT AND ENHANCE PROPERTY RIGHTS FOR FAMILY LANDOWNERSRALEIGH, N.C. – State Representatives John Szoka (R-Cumberland), Kyle Hall (R-Stokes), Donna White (R-Johnston) and Brian Turner (D-Buncombe) filed HB367, the “Uniform Partition of Heirs’ Property Act”, a bill that protectsContinue reading “NC Representative Files Bill to Protect Private Property Rights for Landowners”

from NC REALTORS® – Group 4 Vaccines Available Today!

Today, North Carolina expands vaccine eligibility to Group 4, beginning with people with high-risk medical conditions and those living in close group settings. North Carolina plans to move to other essential workers, including real estate professionals, on April 7. This multi-phase process is spelled out in more detail on our website here: ncrealtors.org/COVID19vaccine. This isContinue reading “from NC REALTORS® – Group 4 Vaccines Available Today!”

NC REALTORS® Now In Group 4 for Covid Vaccine Beginning March 24

From the North Carolina Department of Health & Human Services Group 4 – Adults at Higher Risk for Exposure andIncreased Risk of Severe Illness (Essential Workers NotYet Vaccinated and Other Group Living Settings) COVID-19 Vaccinations: Your best shot at stopping COVID-19A tested, safe and effective vaccine will be available to all who want it, butContinue reading “NC REALTORS® Now In Group 4 for Covid Vaccine Beginning March 24”

Gov. Cooper Eases Restrictions

From the desk of Senator Kirk deViere Governor Cooper Announces Easing of COVID Restrictions as North Carolina Trends Stabilize Key indicators used to guide decisions throughout pandemic show state’s trends are moving in the right direction As North Carolina’s numbers continue to show improvement and vaccine distribution increases, Governor Roy Cooper announced today that theContinue reading “Gov. Cooper Eases Restrictions”

NC House Files Bill to Eliminate Tax on Military Retirement Pay

North Carolina House ofRepresentativesFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Marshall ConradDate: February 16, 2021NC House Members File Bill to Eliminate Tax on Military Retirement PayRALEIGH, N.C. – State Representatives John Szoka (R-Cumberland), John Bell (R-Wayne), John Bradford (RMecklenburg) and Diane Wheatley (R-Cumberland) filed House Bill 83 late yesterday to eliminate the income tax onthe retirement pay ofContinue reading “NC House Files Bill to Eliminate Tax on Military Retirement Pay”