Learn Your Rights at a Housing Forum about the New RUCO Law – April 27, 2009


GREENSBORO, NC – April 16, 2009 – (RealEstateRama) — Do you know your rights and responsibilities under the new Rental Unit Certificate of Occupancy (RUCO) ordinance, which requires all residential rental property in Greensboro—occupied and vacant—to be inspected prior to leasing? If not, or if you just want to learn additional information, join a group of housing experts for a Housing Forum on Monday, April 27, from 6-8 pm at the Warnersville Recreation Center, 601 Doak St.

The panelists include Dan Reynolds, manager of Codes Enforcement for the City of Greensboro, Lisa Dellinger of TREBIC, Jason Austin of Greensboro Landlord’s Association and representatives from the Greensboro Housing Coalition. They will discuss the RUCO ordinance, responsibilities of tenants and landlords, fair housing rules and much more.

The forum is free and open to the public. For more information about the forum, call Dan Reynolds at 412-6216. Also, learn more about the RUCO ordinance by visiting the City’s Engineering and Inspections Web site at http://www.greensboro-nc.gov/departments/Engineering

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The City of Greensboro works in partnership with the community to build an increased quality of life for all residents by fostering an environment where inclusion, diversity, and trust are valued.  As the seventh largest employer in Greensboro, the City has a dedicated professional staff of 2700 employees who maintain four core values of honesty, integrity, stewardship, and respect.  The City of Greensboro is governed by a council-manager form of government where a mayor and eight council members act as the legislative body.  For more information on the City of Greensboro, please visit us online at www.greensboro-nc.gov.


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