Category Archives: Legislative

Governor Cooper’s Eviction Moratorium Expired June 30th

NC REALTORS® Government Affairs staff is pleased to announce the eviction moratorium, NC Executive Order 206, has expired. This is long awaited news and relief for NCR property managers and their landlord clients. The Federal CDC order remains in place … Continue reading

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BREAKING – Municipal Elections Pushed to 2022

Legislation delaying municipal elections for offices elected by district until 2022 became law on Monday. Under Session Law 2021-56, more than 30 municipalities across North Carolina will delay elections originally scheduled for later this year. The delay will allow these … Continue reading

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Virtual Spots Available for CREW Charlotte June Luncheon (Hybrid): The 2040 Plan with Taiwo Jaiyeoba

June 8th, 2021 – 11:30am – 1:00pm CREW Charlotte is excited to host our first in-person luncheon in over a year! Virtual spots are still available so don’t delay! Learn more about the Charlotte Future 2040 Comprehensive Plan from Assistant … Continue reading

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BREAKING – New 2040 Plan Revisions Just Released!

NEW 2040 Comp Plan Draft Released The recommended draft of the Charlotte Future 2040 Comprehensive Plan is now available online at cltfuture2040.com. The City of Charlotte is hosting a virtual Planning Community Conversation about the recommended draft on Thursday, May 27, … Continue reading

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Two Legislative Wins for REALTORS®

Last week was a good week for REALTORS© advocacy efforts as two top legislative priorities passed the House and were sent to the Senate. House Bill 367, the Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act passed the House with a vote … Continue reading

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COVID-19: Guidance for Workplace Vaccination Policies

Originally published by National Association of REALTORS® On December 16, 2020, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) published updated guidance on COVID-19 vaccines(link is external). In anticipation of the wide distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, associations and brokerages should begin thinking about … Continue reading

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Take This CLT Development Center Survey

The CLT Development Center would like your opinion about their services and processes. Please click the link below to provide your input: Share your perceptions of City services; please DO NOT evaluate Mecklenburg County as a part of this research. … Continue reading

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Building Block Video Series Part 4 of 4: Tutorial of the State Historic Preservation Office’s GIS

Is your house within a Local Historic District? How has your neighborhood changed from thirty years ago? Join Andrew Edmonds, the GIS Technical Support Analyst for the NC State Historic Preservation Society, on Monday May 17th at 10am as he … Continue reading

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City Manager’s Response to the Draft 2040 Comp Plan

On May 6, 2021, Marcus Jones, Charlotte City Manager, released a memo providing an update on the 2040 Comprehensive Plan. Included is a link to the 650+ comments from the community and next steps. The timeline continues to move toward … Continue reading

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Call to Action: Let’s Get It Right, Charlotte

Charlotte is one of the nation’s fastest growing cities, built amid diverse areas and unique neighborhoods, with families and people who recognize the qualities of a dynamic city. This growth, however, presents both challenges and opportunities alike. Due to this, the … Continue reading

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