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Lexington's City Council will be considering two zoning requests for proposed apartment projects at their meeting this evening. From...

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On May 30th Governor Cooper and Chief Justice Beasley issued Orders that delay the ability of property managers to file for evictions until at least...

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The CARES Act affidavit was adopted by the Administrative Office of Courts pursuant to Emergency Directive 18, set forth below, that was included in...

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A 288-unit apartment community built in 2014 has been sold to a Boston-based company. Berkely Hall sold The Plantation at Pleasant Ridge to West...

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At 5 p.m. on Friday, May 22, 2020 North Carolina will enter Safer at Home Phase 2 of lifting COVID-19 restrictions. To that end, the state...

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NAA has released its latest COVID-19 economic impact report and it highlights some of the effects the crisis has had on the apartment...

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Apartment Dynamics' Mary Gwyn, a longtime PTAA member and a board member of the Apartment Association of North Carolina, was interviewed on...

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Two firms that have already partnered to develop a couple of apartment communities in Winston-Salem are planning a third project in the city. From...

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The National Multifamily Housing Council's updated its Rent Tracker as of May 6 and the numbers are encouraging. From their report: The National...

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As managers of apartment communities begin to confront the challenge of reopening amenities to their residents there are multiple issues they need...

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In another sign of the extraordinary circumstances that COVID-19 has put us in, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) gave the okay for...

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