NJ Realtors® Weekly—Nov. 29

Published Nov 30, 2023

NJ Realtors® Weekly—Nov. 29

Top Story of the Week

NJ Legal Update You Don't Want to Miss

New Jersey Realtors® Chief Counsel Barry Goodman and New Jersey Realtors® CEO Jarrod Grasso are back with an extended legal update session at Realtors® Triple Play on Dec. 6 at 10 a.m. This session has moved to Hall A of the Atlantic City Convention Center to accommodate more members, and if you're not attending the convention, you can watch virtually. Click here to register for the virtual session.

They'll cover the top 10 New Jersey legal issues affecting all licensees including an update on the NAR Anti-Trust Lawsuit, and the session will be followed by a question-and-answer period.

1 core continuing education credit will only be awarded to those who attend the event for the full amount of time and participate using the polling and/or Q&A features.

Being a Member Has its Perks

What You Need to Know About the Antitrust Lawsuit

To help answer your questions regarding the antitrust lawsuit of Burnett v., the National Association of Realtors®, et al, New Jersey Realtors® launched a new webpage with frequently asked questions and resources. We encourage you to educate yourself about the case and continue to showcase the value of using a Realtor® to buy, sell, and rent homes in the Garden State.

Click here to visit the webpage.

Triple Play is Next Week

New Jersey Realtor® members can save on their Realtors® Triple Play registration by registering online through Dec. 3. Don't miss out on this one-of-a-kind convention.

Sessions to attend:

  • Top Scams Targeting the Real Estate Industry with Craig Grant.
  • Elements of 1031 Exchanges with Randy Templeman.
  • How Not to Be a Robot in a Digital World with Heather Haase.
  • Me, Myself & AI-Evolve, Elevate & Educate with Automated Intelligence with Jeremias Maneiro.

State of the State

Invest in RPAC Before the End of the Year

Invest in the future of the industry before 2023 comes to a close. The end of the year for the Realtors® Political Action Committee is Dec. 1. All contributions must be received by RPAC of NJ by the close of business on Dec. 1, to count toward 2023.