NJAA News

On August 5, 2019 the New Jersey Apartment Association joined Acting Governor Sheila Y. Oliver in Trenton in support of S1150/A5041 as she signed it into law. The bill, which establishes inspection tiers for multifamily homes was sponsored by Senator Teresa Ruiz (D-29) and Assemblywoman Verlina Reynolds-Jackson (D-15). The new law, effective immediately, allows the […]

Assemblywoman Linda Carter (D, 22nd District) recently participated in a tour of Metro Rahway, a luxury redevelopment project near the Rahway NJ Transit station. Jeffrey Garfinkel of Sterling Properties Group and Shane Sorrano of AST Development Corporation led the tour. The tour offered the Assemblywoman the chance to gain a more thorough understanding of the […]

This week, NJAA Executive Director David Brogan had the honor of being named to InsiderNJ’s 2019 “Insider 100: Policymakers” publication. Widely considered one of the top political news sites in New Jersey, InsiderNJ identified the most influential people involved in the development of public policy in our state. This recognition compliments NJAA’s recent award from […]

Recently, NJAA president Steve Waters had a chance to sit down with Real Estate NJ Magazine’s editor Josh Burd to discuss his career in the multifamily industry, his role at Morgan Properties, and his priorities for his term as president of NJAA. Read on to learn more about Steve’s commitment to professionalism and advocacy, the […]

On June 26, 2019, the New Jersey Apartment Association (NJAA) earned top honors from the National Apartment Association (NAA) for its excellence in government affairs. NJAA was named winner for its success in growing the NJAA PAC and for the design and written content of the NJAA PAC brochure. Selected among nominations from the 160 […]

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