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RCD2017NCJAR MEMBERS...  WE NEED YOUR HELP! Do you know of a family in need of Critical Exterior Home Repairs? Then help them apply for Realtors® Care Day!

REALTORS® Care Day is a program that arranges for volunteers to assist eligible homeowners with minor exterior home repairs. NCJAR will be hosting the fourth annual "REALTORS® CARE DAY" in New Jersey on Friday, September 8, 2017. "REALTORS® CARE DAY" is an initiative of the North Central Jersey Association of REALTORS® and the New Jersey Association of REALTORS® Housing Opportunity Foundation. As part of our commitment to sustaining affordable workforce housing, this all-day community-wide effort will assist homeowners with critical exterior home repairs.

RSPS0317SLIDEMaking the Most of the Boom in Vacation and Second-Home Sales

Includes 6 Elective NJ CE Credits

In NAR’s 2016 Investment and Vacation Home Buyers Survey, vacation sales showed astonishing growth, nearly doubling the combined total of the previous two years. According to NAR’s chief economist, Lawrence Yun, the improved economy and steady rise in home prices has likely given clients reassurance that real estate remains an attractive long-term investment.

030717YPNRPRYoung people are entering the real estate industry in waves, and among them is a new breed of tech-friendly enthusiasts who believe digital is today and tomorrow’s path to success. Yet, with new tech tools introduced almost daily to the real estate market, identifying and adopting only the most valuable digital assets becomes a challenge … and sometimes with very little return on investment.

Read More About: Three real estate tech tools this YPN Chairperson can’t live without


The Morris County Clerk's Property Alert Service notifies users when documents are filed for a specified property or party name, ultimately helping users identify unauthorized or fraudulent activity.

Alerts are sent by email when a document is recorded with data that matches the property legal description (municipality, block, and lot) or party name specified by the subscriber.

GoodNeighbor.2017REALTOR® Magazine is seeking nominations for the 18th annual Good Neighbor Awards. The program recognizes REALTORS® who’ve made an extraordinary commitment to community service.

jan17 SM sellersWhen clients resist advice, show them more options to move forward.

Sometimes, sellers get in their own way. Maybe they refuse to lower the price of their home, even when a lack of showings offers a clear sign the asking price is too high. They might resist staging, arguing they can make their home show-ready on their own, or push back against making a needed repair. When sellers get hung up on such issues, they delay their ultimate goal to reach the closing table. So what can you do to make clients see the big picture and keep their home sale on track? Try these five methods to help sellers get unstuck. 

businesslifehappinessDaily Real Estate News | Thursday, February 16, 2017

What are the keys to happiness? Research reveals how you can be happier in your personal and professional life.

Stay positive.

“Bad things happen to everyone, including happy people,” writes Travis Bradberry, co-writer of “Emotional Intelligence 2.0” and co-founder of TalentSmart. “Instead of complaining about how things could have been or should have been, happy people reflect on everything they’re grateful for.” Happy people tend to find the best solution to a problem and then move on, refusing to dwell on negative events.

COE Logo FinalPublished Feb 02, 2017 by NJ Realtors®

If you are a 2016 NJ Realtors® Circle of Excellence Sales Award® winner, we encourage you to advertise your great achievement on all platforms. Please make sure you adhere to the advertising rules and regulations.

cropped EF Logo1New Jersey REALTORS® Educational Foundation offers annual scholarships to help students meet the costs of higher education. Criteria for selection include academic achievements, financial need, interest in real estate endeavors, and contributions to family, school and communities.