NJ Realtors® Weekly—Jan. 17

Published Jan 17, 2024

Top Story of the Week

Forecast the 2024 Market with Freddie Mac

Members can attend a free webinar next week with Freddie Mac to learn the ins and outs of 2023's economic impact and Freddie Mac's Affordable Lending Manager Monica La Crue and Senior Economist Rama Yanamandra, Ph.D. will make predictions for the 2024 market. Click here to register.

This event is currently pending approval from the New Jersey Real Estate Commission. If this event is approved continuing education credit will automatically be issued to those who attend. 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

Level Up Your Business with RentSpree

New Jersey Realtors® Member Perks Partner RentSpree is back on Feb. 1 with a webinar to share how rentals can help level up your real estate business. They'll cover the value of rental listings, prospecting strategies, how to leverage online tools, and more.

RentSpree will enter all webinar attendees in an Amazon gift card raffle. Click here to register. 

Read this: January/February Magazine

New Jersey Realtors® is proud to offer members a bi-monthly magazine, which goes in-depth into pertinent real estate topics such as transaction roadmap to share with your clients, highlights the incredible work of Realtors® in their community, and a sit down with Acting Commissioner Justin Zimmerman. Read the issue here.


State of the State

Gov. Murphy Delivers State of the State Speech

Last week, Gov. Murphy delivered his State of the State address before a joint session of the New Jersey State Legislature. In his speech, the governor called for expanding affordable housing opportunities in New Jersey, expressing his support for legislation overhauling how affordable housing is provided in New Jersey.

The governor also called for new housing options in areas close to public transportation, downtown Main Streets, and near where jobs are located in New Jersey. He also called for improvements to New Jersey’s public transportation and public school systems, which impact property values and housing in New Jersey. Watch the full address here.