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In honor of Women's History Month, let's take a look at some interesting facts about the accomplishments and contributions of women throughout history.
- Women were instrumental in the Civil Rights Movement. While men like Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X are often the most recognized leaders of the Civil Rights Movement, women like Rosa Parks, Ella Baker, and Fannie Lou Hamer played crucial roles in organizing protests, boycotts, and voter registration drives.
- Women have made significant contributions to science and technology. Ada Lovelace, often considered the world's first computer programmer, wrote the first algorithm intended to be processed by a machine. Rosalind Franklin made key discoveries about the structure of DNA, but her work was largely unrecognized until after her death. And Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson, and Dorothy Vaughan were mathematicians and engineers at NASA whose work on the early space program was essential.
The current NJREC Continuing Education Cycle began JULY 1, 2021 and ends JUNE 30, 2023. We recommend that you finish your CE no later than APRIL 30, 2023, so that there is adequate time for your classes to be reported to the NJ Real Estate Commission’s CE portal “PSI”.
Continuing Education at NCJAR is Easy, Engaging, Affordable and NJ Approved
Check NCJAR’s calendar for upcoming live CE classes as well as our affiliate partner The CE Shop for a variety of offerings.
Celebrate with us on Thursday, March 23, 2023 from 5:30pm-9:30pm at The Venetian, Garfield, NJ! It will be an evening of celebration and dancing, honoring NCJAR's 2022 NJR® Circle of Excellence Sales Award® Recipients for outstanding year in Real Estate!
AWARDS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PICK UP AT THE EVENT
OPEN BAR | PASSED HORS D'OEUVRES | BUFFET DINNER & DESSERT | DJ & DANCING | PROFESSIONAL RED CARPET PHOTOS | 360 PHOTO BOOTH | SOCIAL MEDIA STATION | PARTY FAVOR
When & where: Thursday, March 23, 2023 at 5:30PM-9:30PM at THE VENETIAN
NCJAR Members: $49 (MUST LOGIN TO RECEIVE DISCOUNT)
Let’s give a warm Welcome to NCJAR’s Newest Affiliate Member, Ryan Ackerman, Home Inspector of Ackerman Inspections.
Ryan Ackerman is a Home Inspector in Northern New Jersey who offers a wide variety of services aimed at helping his clients move through a smooth home buying experience. As a Captain for the Paterson Fire Dept, as well as a GC, Ryan has spent his life dedicated to mastering building construction and how it applies to the fire service.
Let’s give a Warm welcome to NJCAR’s newest affiliate member, Erin Wujciak, Senior Mortgage Account Executive, of Columbia Bank.
Erin is a Caldwell University graduate with over two decades of experience with Columbia bank’s mortgage team. She is thoroughly experienced in managing all aspects of the mortgage ending process, from application to closing. She takes great pride in ensuring a smooth mortgage process for all her clients.
Let’s give a warm Welcome to NCJAR’s newest affiliate member, Daniela Arevalo-Perez, Loan Officer, of Crown Home Mortgage.
Daniela has a focus on the Hispanic community and is passionate about educating clients on the avenues they can take to homeownership. She landed in the industry during the coronavirus pandemic and has facilitated over 120 deals since. Daniela often coordinates seminars to facilitate education on the home-buying process.
Throughout history, women have progressed through all industries. In the real estate industry, women lead the charge as they make up 63% of full-time agents. Even though the real estate industry is predominantly female, women in real estate face the same challenges as their peers in other sectors. Here are three of the most common challenges based on research by the Urban Land Institute.
On February 6th, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake and 7.5 magnitude aftershock struck southwestern Turkey and northeast Syria. To date, thousands of lives have been lost, 68,000 injured and 700,000 displaced during extreme cold weather. The World Health Organization (WHO) has estimated that up to 23 million individuals will be impacted by this tragedy.
The US housing market began the year in a state of rebalance, with many buyers and sellers remaining cautious while they wait to see where the market is headed. Nationally, pending sales rose 2.5% month-to-month, marking the first increase since May, while sales of existing homes fell 1.5% as of last measure, according to the National Association of Realtors® (NAR). Demand for housing persists, but higher mortgage interest rates have cut into housing affordability, with total home sales down 17.8% last year compared to 2021.
Learn about Residential Real Estate Council (RRC) and what it means to be a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS)
During our networking, discovery, and learning Happy Hour we will have an excerpt from the webinar by educator Dale Carlton discussing: "Legal Issues Impacting You in 2023."