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Housing policy in NC is sometimes created on the basis of varying, often conflicting criteria. Without uniform guidelines for determining what constitutes substandard housing and what is adequate, housing policy is apt to be skewed and/or obsolete.
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NC Insight (NoCar JK 4101 .N3x), Vol. 5 Issue 2, Aug 1982, p41-51, il
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Eblen Charities is a non-profit organization has followed its mission, 'help people stop hurting', for twenty-two years. Ove the years, Eblen has assisted tens of thousands of families through a number of programs and events, including dental programs, housing assistance, and health assistance.
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27219
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It's been about a decade since home prices peaked just before the housing catastrophe that nearly destroyed the American economy. In aggregate, the housing market has bounced back. Raleigh and Durham-Chapel Hill are doing well overall, but a closer look shows that home values in downtown Durham have risen more than anywhere else in the Triangle.
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16037
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Housing North Carolina Awards recognize affordable housing developments that can serve as models for other communities. Criteria include affordability, design, contribution to the community, and other features, such as services for residents. The winners are Choanoke Area Development Association of North Carolina, Inc. (Rich Square); Allison Summit (Statesville); Gateway Village (Gastonia); Tanglewood and Bermuda Run Apartments (Warsaw); Hunters Hill (Winston-Salem); and My Sister Susan's House (Greensboro).
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Southern City (NoCar Oversize JS 39 S6), Vol. 62 Issue 1, Jan 2012, p9, il
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Several factors caused the housing recession and profound changes in the home finance delivery system have substantially altered the opportunity for home ownership. Theo H. Pitt, Jr., president and chief executive officer of the Home Savings and Loan Association of Rocky Mount, discusses economic and demographic trends that present major problems for the savings and loan industry and home buyers.
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24135
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The author discusses the 2008 mortgage meltdown in North Carolina and the reasons for the fall in the housing market and how the meltdown will have political and economic impacts for years to come.
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27775
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Durham will evict approximately 200 low-income residents from their Lincoln Apartment homes. The property owner can no longer afford the utilities and upkeep. None of the city’s recent initiatives will immediately help them. The city has a waiting list for affordable housing, Section 8 housing is closed, and funding is scarce. The budget includes plans for expanding affordable housing over the next five years, but it won’t help those Lincoln Apartment residents now.
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Indy Week (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57), Vol. 29 Issue 43, October 2012, pOnline Periodical Website
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355
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The Farmers Home Administration (FmHA) is attempting to secure housing loans for low-income individuals.
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NC Insight (NoCar JK 4101 .N3x), Vol. 5 Issue 2, Aug 1982, p57-59, il
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Located from Asheville to Ahoskie, this year's winners of Affordable Housing Awards ranged from a group residence for the elderly to a large neighborhood redevelopment project.
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Southern City (NoCar Oversize JS 39 S6), Vol. 49 Issue 1, Jan 1999, p12, il
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27755
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People’s Durham has been awarded a Citizen Award by IndyWeek. The group’s mission is to “further the agenda of justice in Durham” and to increase the power and influence of the working class in Durham. The group has been noted for their work coordinating community projects, supporting public and affordable housing projects, and lobbying for education.
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4935
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The 2000 Housing North Carolina Award winners include a day shelter for the homeless in Asheville and a wooded community for the elderly in Durham. This is the eleventh year for the awards, which are sponsored by the North Carolina Housing Finance Authority. The agency was created in 1973 and since then has financed over 109,000 affordable homes and apartments.
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Southern City (NoCar Oversize JS 39 S6), Vol. 51 Issue 1, Jan 2001, p6, il
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11930
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Housing North Carolina Awards recognize affordable housing developments that can serve as models for other communities. Criteria include affordability, design, contribution to the community, and other features, such as services for residents. The winners are Eddy Place (Mooresville), Prospect Terrace (Asheville), Park at Cline Village (Conover), Riveremere (Charlotte), Benjamin House (Elizabeth City), and The Ark (Elkin).
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Southern City (NoCar Oversize JS 39 S6), Vol. 57 Issue 12, Dec 2007, p8-9, il
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Housing North Carolina Awards, now in their fourteenth year, recognize affordable housing developments that can serve as models for other communities across the state. Awards have been given to communities from the mountains to the coastal plains, and to small towns, such as Tabor City, as well as large ones, such as Charlotte. Other communities which have won awards include Asheville, Gastonia, and Morrisville.
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Southern City (NoCar Oversize JS 39 S6), Vol. 54 Issue 1, Jan 2004, p8-9, il
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Housing North Carolina Awards recognize affordable housing developments that can serve as models for other communities. Criteria include affordability, design, contribution to the community, and other features, such as services for residents. The following five projects were honored in 2006: Battery Park Senior Apartments (Asheville); Club Nova Apartments (Carrboro); Countryside Estates (Greenville); Lennox Chase (Greenville); and St. James Annex (Wilmington).
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Southern City (NoCar Oversize JS 39 S6), Vol. 56 Issue 12, Dec 2006, p8-9, il
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11931
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Housing North Carolina Awards recognize affordable housing developments that can serve as models for other communities. Criteria include affordability, design, contribution to the community, and other features, such as services for residents. The winners are Partnership Village III (Greensboro), Eastway Village (Durham), Springfield Gardens (Charlotte) and Hawthorne House (Burnsville).
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Southern City (NoCar Oversize JS 39 S6), Vol. 58 Issue 12, Dec 2008, p8-9, il
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