October 20, 2018
EBCBOR EVENTS
EBCBOR REALTORS Care Foundation Host their First 'Annual Cook for Charity' Fundraiser!

EBCBOR Realtors Care Foundation's Cook for Charity was a huge success thanks to all of the work and dedication of our trustees. It was an evening filled with delicious food prepared by wonderful people, while networking and giving back to the community. Thank you again to our sponsor Steve Grossman of NJ Lenders Corporation and his team for helping make this event be the success that it was. VIEW IMAGES.
INDUSTRY NEWS
A Study of the Effects of Student Loan Debt on First - Time Home Buyers in New Jersey
   
Total student loan debt in the United States is estimated at $1.5 trillion (as of August 2018). In New Jersey (in 2017), 61% of people graduated from   college   with   student   loan   debt,   and   the average balance for recent graduates with debt was $28,233-median debt for all college graduates is $18,633 (nationally the median debt is $16,995). Delinquency rates for student loans in New Jersey are 9.6%, which is below the national average of 11.5%.


INDUSTRY EVENTS
WRC Presents: The Mindset & Skills of a Champion
   
Keri has mastered the art of Selling & Negotiating with over 3 Decades of Top Producing Sales in
Real Estate and Social Network Marketing. Keri concentrates on self-development as a lifestyle.
 
THURSDAY OCTOBER 25TH 2:00PM - 4:30PM
REALSOURCE ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS
5 FRANKILN TURNPIKE, WALDWICK NJ 07463


LEGISLATIVE NEWS
Water Infrastructure Bill Passes Congress
 
NAR supported, bi-partisan water infrastructure bill is headed to President Trump's desk after the Senate voted to pass it 99-1 on October 10, 2018.S. 3021, "America's Water Infrastructure Act," would authorize numerous port revitalization, flood control, drinking water and water storage projects. The bill was the result of weeks of negotiations after initial water infrastructure legislation stalled.

TECH TIPS
When You're Selling to an Algorithim
 
 
Erica Ockey, an agent with Signature Real Estate Group in Las Vegas, officially left her comfort zone the day her clients expressed interest in selling their home to a tech startup. Open door, one of a host of emerging players known as iBuyers that are shaking up traditional business models by promising to streamline transactions with quick all-cash offers to sellers within hours, is drawing the attention of real estate pros and stirring as much intrigue as hand wringing within the industry.


NEWS YOU COULD USE
5 Things New Clients Want to Know
 
When you meet for the first time with prospective new clients, you have a short time to make a good impression. Even if you have the best interpersonal skills and the slickest promo tools, if you don't answer the basic questions and concerns that clients have, you may not get their business. Here are five of the things that many new clients will likely want to know, but may not think to ask.


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