April 27, 2022

Here's What You Need to Know This Week


Top Story of the Week

Updated Seller Property Condition Disclosure Statement

Gov. Murphy signed A-2685 into law which requires that when a seller discloses awareness of water leakage, dampness, the presence of mold, and more on the property disclosure form, buyers must be provided with the New Jersey Department of Health's mold guidelines.

To comply with the law, which takes effect on May 1, NJ Realtors® updated form #140 in its zipForm Library. 


Being a Member Has its Perks

Automate Your Business with Hemlane

If you're looking for an easy-to-use property management platform, NJ Realtors® has you covered with new member perks partner Hemlane. The software can help you streamline and automate tasks such as screening tenants, collecting rent and late fees, and more. 

The platform also helps to reduce liability, grow relationships, and support your rental clients.


Quote of the Week

"Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired,

and success achieved." -Helen Keller


State of the State

Be An Advocate for the Industry

In the March/April issue of New Jersey Realtor® Magazine, the Government Affairs Department dives into 22 ways YOU can advocate in 2022. From responding to a Call for Action to attending a local municipality meeting, there are a multitude of ways you can support real estate and your business.


Fair Housing Month Resources

NJ Realtors® Staff Picks of the Week

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