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Reminder that NJR 2020 Advertising Rules are still in effect. In short, neither you, the agency with which you are associated, nor anyone on your behalf or with your authorization shall in any manner advertise, publish or distribute prior to February 1, 2021 that you are a recipient, qualified or eligible to receive the NJ REALTORS® Circle of Excellence Sales Award® for the year 2020.

Don't risk receiving a violation or a penalty fee. You can review the Advertising Rules in detail here.

AVATA webinar p neely

Join us on Thursday, February 11 from 10:00 - 11:00 am for a lead and conversion tool demo and Q&A brought to you by Patrick Neely of AVATA Communications. Patrick is also a REALTOR® with Richard Neely Real Estate, Maple Shade. 

AVATA's New Jersey-focused, Bright-driven search engine saves you time by only returning properties that fall within your client's housing budget. Results are programmed to stay within the budgeted get-in and stay-in costs your clients are working with - thereby saving you and your clients search time.

The webinar is free and you can get more information and register here.

lojik webinar

Join us on Thursday, February 4 from 10:00 - 11:00 am for a CMA tool demo and Q&A brought to you by Sean O'Sullivan of LOJIK, a property analysis and valuation firm.

LOJIK's platform integrates with the Bright MLS to retrieve recent and historical sales data with speed, precision, and accuracy.

The webinar is free and you can get more information and register here.

dec market stats

Every month, we get compiled data about what is going on in the local housing markets to help you stay on top of all that is happening in your local and nearby areas.

We encourage you to use this info to expand your understanding of how the buying and selling landscape is continuing to evolve.

You can review the December market data for Camden, Ocean, Burlington, Gloucester, and Salem Counties here

COVID 19

Jan. 2021 - The NJ Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee and Assembly Housing Committee approved legislation providing financial assistance for landlords whose tenants are unable to pay their rent due to COVID-19.

The NJ Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee approved S-3037 which creates the One- and Two-Unit Landlord Emergency Assistance Program in the Department of Community Affairs and appropriates $50 million for this program.

The Assembly Housing Committee approved A-4617 which appropriates $300 million to create a Landlord Emergency Compensation program.

Both bills require approval in the full Senate and Assembly before they can reach Governor Murphy's desk to be signed into law.