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  • 11/23/16Congratulations to NJAA Members Named to NJBIZ Real Estate Power List

    On November 21, 2016, eighteen NJAA members and NJAA Executive Director David Brogan were named to NJBIZ's 2016 Real Estate Power 75 list. This list is published yearly and recognizes 75 individuals who contribute to the real estate landscape in New Jersey. Continue Reading

  • 11/1/16Over 150 Attendees and Dozens of Legislators Turn Out for NJAA PAC Reception

    Thank you to all who attended and contributed to the NJAA PAC reception on Wednesday, October 26th. Held for the first time at the Pleasantdale Chateau in West Orange, we hosted dozens of legislators and mingled with over 150 key industry leaders. The night proved to be a huge success, and we thank you for your support! Continue Reading

  • 10/7/16NJAA Supported Legislation Would Phase Out Estate Tax in Fifteen Months

    The Assembly and Senate voted on Friday on a tax reform package, which was negotiated between Governor Christie, Senate President Sweeney, and Speaker Prieto. NJAA commends the governor and legislative leaders for taking this important step toward making New Jersey's tax climate more competitive with other states and making it easier for New Jerseyans to retire in their home state.Continue Reading

  • 08/5/16President Obama Signs NAA/NMHC Supported Section 8 Housing Reforms

    On July 29, President Obama signed into law H.R. 3700, the "Housing Opportunity Through Modernization Act of 2016.Continue Reading

Advocacy In Action

Multifamily Inspections: Restore Commonsense and Balance to Multifamily Inspections in New Jersey

A-3835 (Ryan/Jasey/Cryan) and S-2795 (Van Drew/Oroho) clarifies state law to restore common-sense and balance to a comprehensive registration/regulation/inspection system that has, for nearly 45 years, served renters and the public well. It aligns and clarifies various statutes to make the State solely responsible for establishing and enforcing registration, maintenance, use, and inspection standards for rental properties of 3 or more units and prevents municipalities from imposing additional registration, licensure or inspection schemes on properties already registered with and inspected by the State.See NJAA Position

Water Conservation: Encourage Conservation by Sub-Metering Water Usage

Residents who pay for their own water use less. Understanding one’s usage is necessary in order to reduce both the amount of water used and the amount they are billed for. This enables residents to directly reduce the cost by reducing the amount used.See NJAA Position

Thank You to NJAA’s 2016 Diamond Sponsors