About New Jersey REALTORS®
New Jersey Realtors®, formerly known as the New Jersey Association of Realtors® (NJAR®), is the voice for real estate in New Jersey and serves as a leading advocate for the real estate industry and private property owners. NJ Realtors® provides essential programs and services for Realtors®, including government affairs, continuing education, market statistics and many other benefits. Additionally, NJ Realtors® provides resources for consumers related to the real estate industry and the process of buying and selling a home.
Comprised of 14 local boards, New Jersey Realtors® has more than 63,000 members who are involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries.
NJ Realtors® is the state arm of the National Association of Realtors®, which at more than 1.1 million members, is the largest trade association and one of the most powerful groups in North America. Not all real estate agents are Realtors®. Realtors® — who are all licensed real estate agents — represent some of the most knowledgeable, successful, and trustworthy professionals in their industry. Realtors® subscribe to a strictly enforced Code of Ethics that promotes the fair, ethical, and honest treatment of all parties in a real estate transaction. Agents who are not Realtors® are not bound to these same ethical practices and principles set forth in the Realtor® Code.
Members of New Jersey Realtors® gain tools designed to support their bottom line:
- Powerful advocacy services to protect your business and property ownership
- Best-in-class education to build your credibility
- Market and industry data to complement your expertise
- Standardized forms and contracts to lower your risk
New Jersey Realtors® exists to support all segments of its membership, in concert with the local boards and associations of Realtors® and the National Association of Realtors®, by developing and delivering programs, services and related products which enhances the ability to conduct business successfully and ethically, and to promote the extension and preservation of the right to own, transfer and use real property.