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Nearly 25% of those who rent in Wilmington are looking to move outside the area, according to a new study.
Residents at a Charlotte hotel say management told them to leave their rooms, and shut off power and water in violation of North Carolina’s guidelines on evictions amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A study by a housing nonprofit has found nearly 1 in 4 Charlotte-area tenants have missed rent payments that were due in the first week of April.
At its March 9 meeting, the New Hanover County Board of Commissioners authorized the conveyance of 14.36 acres of county-owned property at 3101 Castle Hayne Road to Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity for a workforce housing development.
Affordable housing has been a growing issue for the City of Wilmington for years. On Monday, the city welcomed its newest addition to the public housing community.
The Hive Boutique Hotel recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark its official opening at 505 N. 2nd Street.
Dozens in the Cape Fear are still displaced from Hurricane Florence. It was one of the topics area leaders discussed Thursday morning at the Cape Fear Housing Coalition Legislative Breakfast.
A movement to build tiny, affordable housing around Guilford County is getting some help from local college students.
North Carolina's state medical examiner's office says it has found no sign of carbon monoxide poisoning in the deaths of two infants at a public housing community in Durham where the gas has forced recent evacuations.