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  • 10/28/14New Jersey Apartment Association Hosts 11th Annual NJAA PAC Reception

    Assemblywomen L. Grace Spencer (D-Essex) and Caroline Casagrande (R-Monmouth) led a panel discussion on politics and the multi-family rental housing industry as the New Jersey Apartment Association hosted its 11th Annual Political Action Committee (NJAA PAC) Reception on October 7 at the Crestmont Country Club in West Orange, N.J.Continue Reading

  • 10/17/14NJAA Announces Leadership Changes: David Brogan to Serve as Executive Director

    The New Jersey Apartment Association (NJAA) is known as the premier trade association representing the multifamily housing industry in New Jersey. In order to increase the reach and impact of the NJAA and enhance the value of the association to our members, the Executive Board has decided to move in a new leadership direction. Therefore, the Executive Board is pleased to announce that it has hired David Brogan as our Executive Director & Executive Vice President of Government Affairs and Business Development. Continue Reading

  • 10/2/14New Jersey Apartment Association Members Hit the Links to Support Local Youth

    The New Jersey Apartment Association (NJAA) Charitable Fund, Inc. recently hosted its Annual Golf Outing at the Crestmont Country Club in West Orange, N.J. The sold-out event offered the more than 160 participants a day of friendly competition, non-stop networking and ideal golf weather.Continue Reading

  • 09/24/14New Jersey Apartment Association Announces Finalists for 2014 Garden State Awards of Excellence

    The New Jersey Apartment Association (NJAA) has announced the finalists for its 2014 Annual Garden State Awards of Excellence. In its 21st year, this annual program recognizes the outstanding accomplishments of NJAA’s multi-family rental housing member companies and their professionals.Continue Reading

  • 08/29/14NJAA Submits Amicus Brief in Appeal of Hamilton Twp. (Atlantic Co.) Licensing Ordinance

    The NJAA petitioned the Appellate Division of the Superior Court to join as an amicus curiae in support of the appellant in Timber Glen vs. Township of Hamilton (Atlantic County). The apartment firm, Timber Glen, is asking the court to invalidate Hamilton’s apartment licensing scheme as impermissible under state laws enabling municipalities to adopt licensure ordinances.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

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