shreddingday2021 1We take protecting your personal information seriously! Visit us on September 24th (9:30am-12:30pm) for NCJAR’s Shredding Day, and our shredding pros will properly dispose of your confidential items, like bank statements, tax returns, paystubs, cancelled checks, medical records, credit applications, credit card applications, pre-approved credit card offers and more!

Dispose old documents, free of charge!

NCJAR Shredding Day – Friday, September 24th (9:30am-12:30pm)

Shredding Locations:
NCJAR Morristown: 910 Mt. Kemble Avenue, Morristown, NJ 07960
NCJAR Wayne: 204 Berdan Ave, Wayne NJ 07470

Securely destroy your sensitive documents while protecting identity theft and recycling paper!

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NCJAR Backpack DonationNCJAR’s members, along with the Community Outreach Committee donated over 3,000 school supply items to seven Boys & Girls Club locations around New Jersey. This project was led by Leslie Czapka and Katherine Cuno both with Coldwell Banker Morristown. 

Leslie and Katherine sorted and delivered to all seven BGCA locations. Many thanks to all who donated and especially to Leslie and Katherine for a job well done! 

Thank You!

LEVERAGE GLOBAL ALLIANCES BUILDING OPPORTUNITIES LOCALLYGRES2021new

The 15th Annual Global Real Estate Summit NYC hosted by 8 Regional REALTOR® Associations will convene the best minds in the world to tackle the real estate industry’s most urgent challenges and opportunities.

Who should attend? There’s something for everyone at this annual event. Many of the attendees are real estate professionals. In the mix, you’ll also find:

-Architects and Designers
-Real Estate Practitioners and Investors from the US and Abroad
-Developers
-Relocation Experts
-Global RE Associations and Networking Organizations
-Government Officials
-Financial Bankers and Brokers
-Legal and Tax Professionals
-Technology Experts
-Economic Development Organizations

Featured speakers on: The Global Commercial Economic Outlook, Emerging Trends in Design and Architecture, Negotiating Across Borders, Using Global Networks to Build Your Business

IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL OPTIONS

Will be held at The Marriott Marquis, NYC

REGISTER HERE!

902d7680d439072876dd71d2d3629538SAFETY WEBINARS

September is REALTOR® Safety Month, and with the ups and downs of the last year, the importance of keeping safety at the forefront of your mind is clear. Join former police officer and 35-year REALTOR® veteran, Janet Judd, as she details why safety matters and how implementing safety best practices is not only good for you, but ultimately good for your business.

REALTORS® encounter job-related risks every day. Whether you are new to the industry, or a seasoned REALTOR®, it is easy to miss warning signs or become complacent in your practices. Learn proven tactics on how to spot danger and how to navigate dangerous situations and key takeaways that you can share with friends, family, clients, and co-workers.

Join us the following day in this two-part session to continue the conversation. You will have the opportunity to ask questions, speak about your experiences, and hear stories from fellow REALTORS®. All are encouraged to participate in this interactive and open conversation about REALTOR® danger zones.

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Avoiding REALTOR® Danger Zones

Conference Year-Round + REALTOR® Safety Discussion: Avoiding REALTOR® Danger Zones

commissiondisputesFollow The Code: Commission Disputes

Don’t assume Realtors® can arbitrate all commission disputes.

Article 17 defines an “arbitrable issue” as a contractual dispute between Realtor® Principals (Brokers) of different firms.

Have you arranged for a referral commission to be paid without the signature/acceptance of the brokers on an agreement? If not, an arbitration request would probably be dismissed by the Grievance Committee for lack of a contractual relationship.

NAR Code of Ethics

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disaster assistance after a aurricaneThe recent flooding has been nothing short of devastating for a long list of local businesses, schools, and homeowners across Essex County. FEMA has added Essex County to the official declaration list. Now, those in Essex County who suffered damage to their homes or businesses in Hurricane Ida are now eligible for emergency federal relief funds. 

Counties in New Jersey declared for FEMA disaster relief: Union, Essex, Passaic, Hudson, Bergen, Hunterdon, Somerset, Middlesex and Gloucester.

Apply for assistance here, or learn more about the Individual Assistance program.

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority approved an emergency grant program for small businesses — those with up to 50 employees — impacted last week by the remains of Hurricane Ida, and for businesses impacted by Tropical Storm Henri.

More about the Henri/Ida Business Assistance Grant program.

freshsummitThe FRESH Summit 2021

New Jersey Realtors® is excited to announce that the F.R.E.S.H. Summit—free Realtor® education starts here—is back and better than ever. All October long members will have access to free virtual educational sessions to help you better your business. There's a lot in store next month—click here for the session schedule.

REGISTER HERE!

Screenshot 4Screenshot 2The September/October Issue of New Jersey Realtor®Magazine is Here

Grow your business this fall with the help of the September/October issue of New Jersey Realtor® Magazine. From improving your listing copywriting skills to boosting your productivity with fall book reads—this is an issue you do not want to miss.

Also in this issue:

Town Spotlight on Mount Holly—The melodic sound of church bells fills the air as you enter this historic town. Even though it's small, it's routed and rich in history.

Podcasts 101—Learn about how starting a podcast can help you grow your reach and gain more clients.

Social Media 101—Explore social media tools to help you evolve your social media accounts.

followthecode 1Follow the Code: Listing Photos

Don’t copy other Realtors® information. Don’t copy anyone’s information. Don’t use Google images.

Everyone knows using images from another Realtor’s® listing without permission is a violation of the Code. If you find an image of the property on Google chances are great that it was associated with a listing of the property. Utilizing certain Google images may be ok with them for personal use. However, Google does not allow commercial use. You could be getting yourself in legal trouble or possibly be in violation of Article 12.

NAR Code of Ethics

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NCJAR OfficesThursday, September 2, 2021

We hope all of our members are safe from the remnants of Hurricane Ida. Due to flooding, power outages and local road closures, NCJAR staff is operating remotely, and can be reached by phone, chat or email.

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