NJ Realtors® Weekly–Nov. 16

Published Nov 16, 2022

NJ Realtors® Weekly–Nov.16

Top Story of the Week

Expand your volunteerism and consider applying to serve as a trustee on the NJ Realtors® Housing Opportunity Foundation or NJ Realtors® Educational Foundation.

NJ Realtors® Educational Foundation conducts research and assists in the education of students pursuing a college or university degree. Applications are due by Nov. 21. Click here to apply.

NJ Realtors® Housing Opportunity Foundation aims to increase safe and affordable housing opportunities in New Jersey. Each year they plan Realtors® Care Day and the foundation is currently working on a Fighting Hunger initiative to help combat food insecurity in New Jersey. Applications are due by Dec. 2. Click here to apply.


Being a Member Has its Perks

Members Save on Realtors® Triple Play Registration

Register for the 2022 Triple Play Realtor® Convention & Trade Expo before Dec. 4 and save up to $100 compared to non-member on-site registration. Don't miss out on this year's 100 sessions aimed to help you lead the way home for your clients.

Special 2022 Realtors® Triple Play Feature: Riding with the Brand 

Riding with the Brand 2023 is on a roll and on the road! Join the fun, engage with your community, and showcase your pride in your profession. Also, enter to win a motorcycle complete with the Realtor® logo and Riding with the Brand theme. Register here.

NAR NXT Recap 

Last week, Realtors® from across the country attended the NAR NXT Realtor® Experience conference in Orlando.

NAR installed their 2023 Leadership Team—special congratulations to NJ Realtors® Past President Ilene Horowitz who was sworn in as Region 2 Regional Vice President.


State of the State

2022 General Election Still Pending 

In last week’s election, voters across the country went to the polls to vote in their federal, state, and local elections. At the federal level, while control of the House of Representatives has yet to be determined pending the outcome of approximately 10 races, the Democrats will maintain control of the U.S. Senate with either 50 or 51 Senators, depending on the outcome of the Senate runoff election in Georgia

In New Jersey, the Congressional delegation has been determined with 9 Democratic and 3 Republican members of the House, an increase of one Republican seat.