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North Central Jersey Association of Realtors® Scholarship Program is to be available to high school seniors who will be attending an undergraduate four-year institution, students currently enrolled in undergraduate four-year institutions and students pursuing studies at an accredited one-year technical school or two-year community college.
APPLICATION MUST BE SUBMITTED BY FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 2022.
For more information regarding The Scholarship Program please check the attached document below.
NCJAR Member Ilene Horowitz joins leaders from Freddie Mac and representatives from the Housing Finance Agency ecosystem for an online robust panel discussion. They will discuss the latest trends in equitable housing, opportunities and challenges millennial homeowners face, and housing inventory levels in the eastern United States while giving you a deep dive into affordable lending products and solutions to help prospective homebuyers.
Tuesday, Apr 5 2022 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
When your registration is approved, you'll receive an invitation to join.
Watch this Live Webinar Recording on Modernizing Your Business with Inclusion, with Farrah Wilder and Laurie Benner.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion are more than just buzzwords. They each carry their own meaning. National experts will discuss how critical DEI is to your business success in the 21st century and the industry's future! It's not only the "right thing to do." Understanding DEI also allows you to lean into your communities and understand the changing demographics for the communities you serve.
REALTORS® know the importance of adapting and remaining relevant in today's marketplace. By developing a business practice rooted in inclusion and equality, you can help buyers of all cultural backgrounds achieve the dream of homeownership.
Every office/agent should have a copy of the latest AG Memorandum dated December 2021. This Memorandum should be given to all Sellers and Landlords at the onset of business discussions. This updated Memorandum contains the new Fair Chance in Housing Act (FCHA) requirements and details. In addition, every office/agent should also have a copy of the HUD FHEO-2020-01 regarding reasonable accommodations for assistance animals under the Fair Housing Act.
Documents & Additional Resources Can be found Below:
By: Mary Cano, NCJAR CEO
There is no law or NJREC regulation that requires a Seller to sign a form acknowledging receipt of a written offer. Article 1, Standard of Practice 1-7 of our Realtor Code of Ethics places a requirement on the listing Broker as follows: “Upon the written request of a cooperating Broker who submits an offer to the listing Broker, the listing Broker shall provide, as soon as practical, a written affirmation to the cooperating Broker stating that the offer has been submitted to the Seller/Landlord, or a written notification that the Seller/Landlord has waived the obligation to have the offer presented.
Resources: 2022 Code of Ethics & Standards of Practice
All NCJAR offices are staffed and open from 9:00am -4:30pm, Monday - Friday. We know your time is valuable, so we will continue to provide curbside pickup of lockboxes and board store items to make it as easy as possible for our members.
Simply, call ahead and we will have your order ready for you!
In this 1-hour webinar, you’ll learn some RPR basics, such as how to:
- Quickly conduct property searches
- Prepare for listing presentations
- Generate CMAs
- Efficiently prospect neighborhoods
- Share reports via email, text or on social media
- And so much more!
On Thursday, March 17, 2022 over 250 NCJAR members celebrated the Installation of NCJAR’s 2022 President, William “Bill” Flagg, and the 2022 Officers and Trustees at The Westmount Country Club. It was luxurious evening of celebration.
NCJAR would like to thank all those who attended and hope you enjoyed!
NCJAR Would Like To Give A Special Thank Our Installation Gala Sponsors For Generous Contribution And Continued Support.
Joe Verdicchio, US Bank | Greg Mezzacapo, US Bank | Matthew Petriello, Esq. | Anastasia Galichanina from Guaranteed Rate | Bhagyahri Sheladia from NJ Lenders | Robert Searle from C. Walter Searle Insurance Agency
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The U.S. real estate market remains hot ahead of the spring selling season, with existing home sales up 6.7% as of last measure, according to the National Association of REALTORS®. Experts attribute the growth in sales to an uptick in mortgage interest rates, as buyers rushed to lock down their home purchases before rates move higher. Mortgage rates have increased almost a full percentage point since December, with the average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage briefly exceeding 4% in February, the highest level since May 2019.