This article from the N&O says that we are nowhere near "enough" apparently.
There are at least 46 bills introduced at the General Assembly that would grant local governments new taxing authority. Six counties -- Camden, Chowan, Currituck, Dare, Pasquotank and Perquimans -- have had a 1-percent land transfer tax in place since the 1980s.
SENATE BILL 610
SPONSOR: Sen. Janet Cowell, D-Wake
Provides Wake County with additional revenue options: a 1-cent local option sales tax divided equally between school construction and transportation needs, county school impact fees, and a land transfer tax of up to 1 percent. All three options require voter approval.
HOUSE BILL 1142
SPONSORS: Rep. Jennifer Weiss (D-Wake) and Rep. Deborah Ross (D-Wake).
Authorizes Wake County to levy a local land transfer tax of up to 1 percent for school construction. Must be approved in voter referendum.
SENATE BILL 1516
SPONSOR: Sen. Bob Atwater (D-Durham, Chatham, Lee)
Authorizes all North Carolina counties to enact a land transfer tax of up to 1 percent if approved by voters in the individual counties.
HOUSE BILL 153
SPONSOR: Mickey Michaux (D-Durham)
Authorizes all cities and counties the ability to levy a menu of local tax options if approved by voters: a 1-cent local option sales tax, local government impact tax, local government meals tax, local government occupancy tax, and a local government land transfer tax.