CHARLOTTE, N.C. - There is a program in Charlotte that tries to find local landlords to step up and help the homeless.

Housing CLT gets money from the city of Charlotte, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Foundation for the Carolinas and the North Carolina Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

Executive Director Harry Mack said many landlords require tenants to prove they earn three times their monthly rent, which is nearly impossible for homeless families.

Housing CLT partners ask landlords to relax their requirements on income and credit. Read the full story on

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