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New Jersey Realtors 2017 President Elect Christian Schlueter has been specially selected to serve as a local Ambassador for realtor.com®, a leading online real estate destination operated by News Corp [NASDAQ: NWS, NWSA]; [ASX: NWS, NWSLV] subsidiary Move, Inc
Three outstanding New Jersey Realtors received the 2016 NJ Realtors Good Neighbor Awards during a ceremony on Dec. 6 at the Triple Play Realtor Convention & Trade Expo. These awards recognize individuals who have made extraordinary commitments to community service programs throughout the state.
New Jersey Realtors is proud to announce Ilene Horowitz, of RE/MAX American Dream in Denville, as the 2016 Realtor of the Year and Lorraine Spinogatti, of RE/MAX of Barnegat Bay in Manahawkin, as the 2016 Realtor-Associate of the Year. These two members were singled out for their outstanding contributions to the real estate industry, commitment to the Realtor organization, and dedicated involvement in their local communities.
In an effort to help residents with disabilities currently not eligible for the state’s senior freeze property tax reimbursement program because they receive disability retirement benefits from the federal government, Assemblyman Ron Dancer has introduced legislation (A-4130) to extend the program to disabled former federal employees.
DANCER LEGISLATION MODERNIZES NJ’S SENIOR FREEZE PROGRAM, PROVIDING IMMEDIATE RELIEF BEFORE TAX BILL IS...
Assemblyman Ron Dancer has introduced legislation transforming the state’s senior freeze program, providing more immediate tax savings to senior citizens and reducing costs for New Jersey. Currently, eligible senior and disabled residents are reimbursed for a portion of property taxes paid in the previous year. Under Dancer’s bill (A4106), most qualifying homeowners will receive a credit directly applied to their tax bills for the current year
WASHINGTON, D.C. — (RealEstateRama) -- Greater Bergen Community Action’s (GBCA) Weatherization Assistance Program is open to both homeowners and renters. If determined eligible,...
August 26, 2016 Governor Christie Announces Additional Assistance For Municipalities Hard-Hit By Superstorm Sandy
Governor Chris Christie today announced the Non-Federal Cost Share (“Match”) Program is now allowing local government entities in the nine New Jersey counties most impacted by Superstorm Sandy to apply for reimbursement of the funds they used to share in the cost of Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) assistance for emergency activities undertaken during the storm’s immediate aftermath.
Midland police arrested 29-year-old Estaban Pando at around 9:30 p.m. on Thursday after receiving a tip through Midland Crime Stoppers regarding his involvement in the theft of Midland Fire Department’s Station 6 squad truck early Tuesday morning. It is believed that Pando and another unknown suspect stole the Chevrolet Silverado 3500 from outside the station before abandoning it in east Midland. The truck sustained significant damage and had equipment taken from it.
Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli (R-Somerset) issued the following statement today: “Direct quotes in a Tuesday POLITICO NJ article seemingly demonstrate corrupted power by leadership of a Trenton special interest that represents over one hundred thousand honest, rank-and-file, middle-class teachers
The New Jersey Business & Industry Association said Wednesday repealing the estate tax must be part of any new legislative compromise on tax fairness. “Those who say the estate tax matters only to the wealthy are dead wrong,” said Michele Siekerka, NJBIA President and CEO. (Click here for NJBIA chart “Estate Tax: Myth vs. Fact.”)
Governor Christie: The people in this state are being driven from this state because of high property taxes. We know that. We also know that children across the state, especially in those 31 districts, are being driven from a productive, happy, successful future by a failed education system. Neither one of those things are acceptable to me. So now you know the governor has put forward what is now called a ‘radical’ school funding plan.
Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin today continued the “Jobs that Pay” tour at Versatex Building Products, a manufacturer of trim, fascia, soffit, and decorative exterior moulding pieces for the home. Davin commended company officials for its continued growth and strong commitment to supporting its workforce
The issue that in every poll that you see for my lifetime has been named by the people of New Jersey as the most important issue: reducing property taxes. The 2% cap has restrained property taxes and if we pass this school funding formula, you will see why the 2% cap is so important because if you give them all this money, believe me they’ll want to spend it. But with a 2% cap they’ll only be able to spend 2% of the new money they get.
Upcoming training programs offered in several areas of the State by not-for-profit economic development corporation UCEDC are designed to help develop financial and business literacy for business owners at all stages of maturation. In partnership with the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA), the comprehensive, six-week “Entrepreneurship 101” program walks entrepreneurs through all aspects of starting a business, culminating in the development of a business plan.
On April 1, the National Flood Insurance Program began implementing additional flood insurance program changes resulting from reform legislation. These changes may significantly affect what your clients pay for their flood insurance. While some property owners may see minimal policy cost increases, others will experience larger premium increases—for example, clients with buildings in high-risk areas built before that community’s first Flood Insurance Rate Map.
Christie Administration Announces Housing Recovery Information Session in Union County to Assist Homeowners Hard...
In its continued effort to meet and assist Sandy-impacted families right in their home communities, the Christie Administration today announced that the 33rd Information Session will be held Wednesday, April 6th, 2016, at Union County College in Cranford, to provide personal assistance for storm-affected homeowners participating in the Reconstruction, Rehabilitation, Elevation and Mitigation (RREM) Program and LMI Homeowners Rebuilding Program.
Since 2004, Anat has sold over 400 properties valued over $415 Million. With an average home sale of over $1 Million dollars, it is no wonder Anat is the top ranking agent in Tenafly, New Jersey. Living and working in Tenafly, New Jersey, Anat and her team are dedicated to the Bergen County home market and making sure that your next home purchase is the perfect fit for you and your family. With a lifetime of experience, Anat is able to assist new and returning home buyers with the somewhat daunting task of purchasing a home.
Community Investment Strategies Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Bloomfield Affordable Senior Housing Community
State, county, and local officials joined Community Investment Strategies, Inc. (CIS) for a ribbon cutting ceremony to unveil Heritage Village at Bloomfield – an 82-apartment affordable 55-plus housing community in Bloomfield, Essex County that serves seniors on a fixed income.
Landlords & residents are being reminded that under Township of Teaneck Code, Section: 29A-9 (i), all buildings, residences, etc. must have an appropriate address or house number affixed to the house or dwelling as described in the ordinance. The purpose is for general identification of a property and for emergency response purposes.
The New Jersey Division of Taxation will conduct a public hearing this month to allow citizens of Jersey City to voice their opinions about property taxes as part of its investigation into whether to order the Hudson County municipality to begin a property revaluation.