As much of the country continues to await election results, the dust has mostly settled in North Carolina and not a whole lot has changed.
All of us at NAA hope you and your families are staying safe and well. COVID-19 continues to be an enormous challenge for our nation and our...
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Rental Housing Industry Response to COVID-19 & Court Restrictions
North Carolina, March 18, 2020 – In a memo...
The Residential Building Permit Trend Report for the Southeast can be found here.
Hub RTP will be the new face of Research...
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has released new Guidance regarding Sevice/Support Animals. Is this what we were waiting...
Unemployment Stats: The state’s seasonally adjusted November unemployment rate was 3.8%, decreasing 0.2% from October’s revised...
Wake County has recently completed its quadrennial property revaluation process.
What does this mean?
As a result of this process, the overall value...
State lawmakers concluded business for the year on Friday, November 15, and will not return to session until January 14, 2020.
The North Carolina Building Code Council voted unanimously to amend the state fire code to include recognition of door-step trash collection from...
Last Tuesday, residents of Raleigh went to the polls to vote on municipal candidates in a change election for the future of the city. At odds were...
Over the last few years, a number of towns and cities across the region have increasingly come to realize they are facing a serious housing...
n Tuesday, August 6, the Triangle Apartment Association Political Action Committee's Board of Trustees voted to endorse candidates in municipal...