Author Tyler Mulligan Archive

» Local Government Owners of Historic Property Asked to Convey Property by End of 2017: What Public Officials Should Know » Legal and Business Reasons Why Downtown Development Programs Should Involve Secured Loans—Not Grants » Conveyance of property in a public-private partnership for a “downtown development project” » Periodic Inspections, Permits, and Registration of Residential Rental Property: Changes in 2017 » Conveyance of Local Government Property for Affordable Housing » Local Government Support for Privately Constructed Affordable Housing » Follow Procedures Prior to Acquiring Property for Redevelopment » Notice and Hearing Requirements for Economic Development Appropriations » Local Government Economic Development Powers “Clarified” » Cash Grants for Real Estate Developers without Competition for Jobs—A Constitutional Quandary » Conveyance of Local Government Property to Nonprofit EDC for Industrial Park » Sale of Historic Structures by NC Local Governments for Redevelopment » NC Local Governments, Meet Your New State Partner for Economic Development » Acquiring real property for redevelopment—can local governments keep it confidential? » How a North Carolina Local Government Can Operate a Land Bank for Redevelopment » Food Deserts and Development Finance Options in North Carolina » When May NC Local Governments Pay an Economic Development Incentive? » New Rural Economic Development Division and Other 2013 North Carolina Legislation » Identifying Future Leaders in Rural Areas is a Challenge » Did the NC Supreme Court put cash economic development incentives in jeopardy? » Using a Redevelopment Area to Attract Private Investment » Local government assistance for a real estate development project—without making a grant » Investors benefit from financial planners and coaches: Can the poor do the same? » Who is an owner “of record” to be served with complaints and orders under NC minimum housing codes? » Protect Community Wealth by Increasing Financial Literacy of Adults » Targeting Troubled Neighborhoods for Housing Code Inspections » Youth Financial Education as an Asset-Building Tactic » Financial Literacy: A Necessary Ingredient for Building the Financial Assets of Low-Income Households » Savings Programs for Low-Income Households: Overcoming Challenges in Rural Areas » Build Financial Assets for Low-income Households by Sponsoring IDA Programs » Asset-Based Development: An Approach to Poverty in the U.S. » Ensuring Local Policy Complies with New Residential Inspections Law » Minimum Housing: A Way Around Residential Inspection Limits? » Is Interstate Competition Required for Economic Development Incentives? » A Primer on Inclusionary Zoning » No Legislative Surprises in Community and Economic Development as General Assembly Adjourns » More foreclosed and vacant homes ahead. How can local governments respond? » Venture Capital for Community Economic Development » Repairing unfit houses—and then recouping the costs » Foreclosures, abandoned homes, and minimum housing codes » Taxation of Affordable Housing in Community Land Trusts » How do local governments create green jobs? Here’s one idea. » Kelo Revisited: Eminent Domain for Economic Development in North Carolina » Valid cash incentive or illegal tax rebate? » Mission investing by community foundations » Awarding “blanket” incentives to all qualified applicants » Public Hearings for Cash Incentives: An Unwritten Rule? » Rural Realities article on Homegrown Development

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