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Welcome to the new Housing Matters 2 NC Podcast with the latest news and information for the housing movement in North Carolina. With changes that impact your work happening daily, we're here to make sure that you stay up to date on the news no matter where you are. The podcast will include the audio from each week’s Housing Call that we host every Tuesday at 9:30 AM, so if you are unable to make the call, you will have another chance to listen in.

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Published on: Tuesday October 20, 2020

  CALL NOTES Around the State NCORR HOPE Program (Housing Opportunities & Prevention of Evictions) Wake County Rental Assistance – House Wake! Housing Affordability and Community Revitalization NEWS RELEASE – Updates to Wake County program Chief Justice Beasley Continues Court System COVID-19 Response; Modifies, Extends Emergency Directives (extends use of CARES Act Affidavit) 2nd … Continued

Published on: Wednesday October 14, 2020

CALL NOTES On the November 3rd ballot, residents of the City of Raleigh will be deciding whether or not to pass an $80 million bond measure for affordable housing. We hosted a special discussion with Raleigh Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin and members of the Affordable Housing Bond Advisory Committee Yvette Holmes of DHIC and John Goodman … Continued

Published on: Tuesday October 13, 2020

CALL NOTES Around the State Update on CDC Order in NC General Counsel of NC Administrative Office of the Courts monitoring Brown v. Azar & CDC guidance;  Additional NC-specific guidance may be forthcoming NCORR rental assistance update: State’s rental assistance program not quite ready, should open next week Number of Bankruptcies is Alarming Update on … Continued

Published on: Tuesday October 6, 2020

  CALL NOTES Around the State Wake County Emergency Rental Assistance Program Wake County programs helps renters, prevents evictions House Wake! Announces Partnership with Telamon Corporation to Help Prevent Evictions due to COVID-19 – Wake County News IRS Announces $3.1 Million in 2020 LIHTC National Pool NC will receive an additional $125,000 in credits N.C. … Continued

Published on: Tuesday September 29, 2020

  CALL NOTES Around the State On-going stories of eviction/housing instability: ‘We were failed’: In N.C., thousands brace for eviction — and homelessness Wake property prices increased as virus peaked in summer With some tenants 2-3 months behind in rent, housing advocates worry 2021 will come with more evictions Rental Assistance via NCORR & CDBG-CV … Continued

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