COVID-19 Resource Center

Resources and Information about COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

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Dustin Engelken (email)
TAA's Government Affairs Director

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CDC: Stop the Spread of Germs

NMHC: Multifamily Preparedness Begins with an Incident Response Plan

PDF FAQ - Coronavirus Outbreak: What Real Estate Managers Need to Know

Forms & Documents

NAA's Payment Plan Agreement and Notice of Temporary Waiver of Late Fees

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AANC's Essential Work Provider Templates

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AANC's COVID-19 Resident Letter Template

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Durham residents who are behind on their rents and facing evictions due to the COVID19 pandemic will soon be able to apply for financial help to...

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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has extended the national ban on evictions through the end of June. The eviction ban had been...

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The City of Durham and Durham County are partnering to launch a new Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) utilizing federal COVID relief...

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Wake County, the City of Raleigh, Telamon Corporation and Legal Aid of NC have launched another rental and utility assistance program through the...

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The Department of Treasury has published a revised version of their Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program...

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Wake Board Approves $19.3 Million for Eviction Prevention, Utility Assistance Last night, the Wake County Board of Commissioners approved using...

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Late yesterday, President Biden issued an Executive Order directing the CDC to extend its eviction moratorium through March 31. The current order...

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Those behind on rent or facing a possible eviction now have more time to apply for assistance. The House Wake! COVID-19 Eviction Prevention Program...

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Republicans and Democrats reached a deal today on COVID-19 relief legislation and an omnibus federal funding bill, which appears to include several...

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NC Courts will postpone non-essential, in-person court proceedings for 30 days, beginning Monday, December 14.

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Less than One Month Left to Apply for Rental Assistance through House Wake!

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Effective immediately, Wake County Courts will be temporarily closed and/or operating at reduced capacity, but they are currently accepting new case...

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