NCJAR's Virtual Turkey DriveThank you, NCJAR Members, for participating in NCJAR’s Virtual Turkey Drive through our partnership with You Give Goods! We exceeded our goal by raising over 10,300 pounds of fresh turkeys and produce for the Community Food Bank of NJ (CFBNJ) to provide a Thanksgiving meal to New Jersey families in need. Covid-19 has made the demand for food even more significant across the nation. Your generosity will make a real difference this Thanksgiving!

Thank you again, NCJAR Members, for making Thanksgiving possible for approximately 8,633 NJ families struggling with food insecurity!

Realtor GE Appliance SavingsNow Realtors® can enjoy exceptional savings on GE Appliances’ full line of high-quality home appliances to fit every budget and style. Browse refrigerators, freezers, beverage centers, icemakers, ranges, wall ovens, cooktops, washers and dryers, water filters, and more. In-home delivery, installation, and haul-away services are also offered, where available.

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Register and attend NCJAR's YPN Free Webinar presented by international speaker and coach Jared James to help you plan for 2021 and ensure that it is your best year in real estate yet. There are tremendous opportunities in the real estate industry right now, but they aren't for everyone. It would be best if you were prepared and intentional about your strategy. As a bonus, all attendees will get Jared's proven 2021 business plan, digital plan, and social media audit for FREE just for attending. Register today, and don't miss out! 

Make sure to attend and be prepared to:

  • Get clear on your benchmarks that matter in your business and how to track them
  • How to determine who your ideal customer is and how to target them
  • Learn the #1 most important strategy to implement in the coming year
  • Learn the seven things to commit to in your real estate business
  • Walk away with a plan to follow to dominate in your area


November December Realtor MagBringing relief to the vulnerable in their communities is what the Good Neighbors do. These REALTORS® set examples for how to offer hope during the most difficult times. Also, in this issue, you'll learn about creative ways to engage clients and find tips for creating effective virtual home tours. Equipment and platforms are becoming less complex and more affordable. Plus, discover how a broker developed marketing tools that delight prospects frustrated by quarantine living, learn about NAR's new reality TV show, and more.


The Drive To Serve
REALTORS® haven't let the health crisis curtail their giving spirit.

Build an Engaging Presence
Broker Tiffany McQuaid has developed marketing tools that delight prospects frustrated by quarantine living.

A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating a Virtual Home Tour
More affordable equipment and solutions, and less complexity, make 360-degree, 3D tour creation a smart addition to every agent's tool kit.

New Guidance on Executive Order 192New Jersey Realtors® received guidance from the governor's office regarding Executive Order 192, which took effect this morning at 6 a.m. The EO mandates employers follow health and safety standards to protect all New Jersey’s workers at work during the pandemic.

The EO does not apply to independent contractors that have 1099 status. However, at open houses, sanitation materials must be provided to visitors. Open house visitors are required to wear cloth or disposable face masks while on the premises, in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations. There are exceptions including for children under the age of 2 and individuals with certain disabilities. Please see EO 192 for details.

Employers must follow health and safety practices such as requiring six feet be maintained between individuals, requiring masks be worn, providing sanitation materials, regularly washing hands, routinely disinfecting high touch areas, and conducting daily health checks. For more information on the safety practices click here.

NIGHT - NJ Real Estate Course - ONLINEThe next NJ Real Estate Night Course starts on November 23rd  – Classes are filling quickly and we only have a few spots left! North Central’s curriculum is uniquely designed and delivered to help students prepare for the state exam and their new career in real estate. Students will delve into important New Jersey real estate principles and concepts, and embellish their new knowledge with our industry-leading real estate pre-licensing exam materials and instruction.

Only $355.00
November 23rd - December 23rd (5:00pm - 10:00pm) 
Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday

LoveLettersorLiabilityLettersBuyer “love” letters are a tactic used by some buyers in an attempt to stand out to a seller, especially in hot markets with low inventory and bidding wars.  Seemingly harmless, these letters actually raise fair housing concerns, and could open real estate professionals and their clients to fair housing violations.  Learn how to protect yourself and your clients from the potential liability related to buyer letters.

To entice a seller to choose their offer, buyers sometimes write letters to describe the many reasons why the seller should “pick them.”  While this may seem harmless, these letters can actually pose fair housing risks because they often contain personal information and reveal characteristics of the buyer, such as race, religion, or familial status, which could then be used, knowingly or through unconscious bias, as an unlawful basis for a seller’s decision to accept or reject an offer.

Need a Circle of Excellence Unit?NJ Realtors® may utilize Industry Units (IU), or extra units, for non-sales related association activities toward their NJ Realtors® Circle of Excellence Sales Award. IU's can be earned by obtaining any NAR Recognized Designation. 

One unit is earned per Designation. You must complete ALL Designation Requirements* and be awarded the Designation in 2020. Please Note: Certifications are not included and may not be claimed.

NCJAR Online Instructor-Led Virtual Designations

Nov 11 & 2 (9:00am-4:30pm) Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR®) – 12 Ethics*

Dec 8 & 9 (9:00am-4:30pm) Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR®) – 12 Ethics*

Dec 17 & 18 9:00am-4:30pm) SRES® Two Day Designation Course - 6 Core **

your vote ncjarVoting in New Jersey ends on Election Day—Nov. 3. If you have made your selections and completed your ballot click here to find a secure drop box location near you.

If you plan to mail your ballot it must be completed and postmarked on or before Nov. 3, and received by Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. You can also deliver your completed ballot to your county board of elections office, or bring it to your polling location on Nov. 3.

Executive Order 192On Tuesday, October 27, 2020 Governor Murphy signed Executive Order 192, which mandates private and public companies to implement uniform health and safety standards protecting all workers.  This order will go into effect on Thursday, November 5, 6:00 am and requires the following:

  • Workers maintain at least six feet of distance from one another to the maximum extent possible. 
  • Employees, customers, visitors, and other individuals entering the worksite to wear cloth or disposable face masks while on the premises, with limited exceptions.
  • Employers must make available, at their expense, such face masks to their employees.  
  • Companies provide workers, customers, and visitors with sanitizing materials, such as hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol and sanitizing wipes, at no cost to those individuals.
  • Companies ensure that employees practice regular hand hygiene, particularly when such employees are interacting with the public, and provide employees break time for repeated hand washing throughout the workday and access to adequate hand washing facilities.