WHAT DOES THIS PROGRAM LOOK LIKE IN NORTH CAROLINA?
With 252 sites spread from the mountains to the coast, North Carolina’s program is expansive in its potential. The North Carolina Department of Commerce serves as the lead agency for the program and is coordinating with local economic development organizations across the state.
The BLUEzy Brunch Series: An In-depth Look at OPPORTUNITY ZONES and How to Thrive in the Real Estate Market’s Newest Sensation
Join us at the The Westin Charlotte on Tuesday, April 9th from 11 am to 1 pm for a complimentary brunch and learn from an Opportunity Zone expert Justin Wolk, Capital advisor and real estate investment banker for StackSource, a leading capital advisory platform
QUESTIONS: CALL 908-525-5109 or EMAIL: [email protected]
REGISTER FOR FREE: https://bluezybrunch.eventbrite.com
- NC Dept of Commerce: "North Carolina Opportunity Zones Program"
- NAR Resource Page: “Qualified Opportunity Zones”
- Tax Foundation: “Opportunity Zones: What We Know and What We Don’t”
- NC REALTORS®: "Opportunity Zones"