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Passaic County Board of Realtors Raises Over $12,000 for The Valerie Fund

(Wayne, NJ) -- The Passaic County Board of REALTORS® (PCBOR®) has raised over $12,000 for partnering organization, The Valerie Fund through various fundraising efforts. The Valerie Fund is a nonprofit organization that provides comprehensive care to children with cancer and blood disorders and their families at 7 pediatric hospitals in NJ, NY and metro Philadelphia. 

Passaic County Board of Realtors® Strive to Make a Difference in Their Community Through Realtors® Care Day

The Passaic County Board of Realtors® (PCBOR) will be partaking in a statewide volunteering project called Realtors® Care Day on September 26, 2018. The project is organized by the New Jersey Realtors®, the New Jersey Association of REALTORS® Housing Opportunity Foundation, and members of local Associations including the Passaic County Board of Realtors®.

Low Inventory in Real Estate Market Expected to Increase as Economy Steadily Improves

(WAYNE, NJ) The real estate market continues to favor sellers and builders as the economy gradually improves. While the number of listings and openings are increasing nationally, NJ is still behind in terms of inventory. Low inventory rates are expected to help sustain a competitive market for buyers, leading to price increases over the next several months.

Passaic County Board of Realtors Joins Thousands of Realtors® in Nation’s Capital to Advocate Policy Issues Affecting Homeownership, Commercial Real Estate

(Wayne) (May 23, 2018) – More than 9,000 Realtors® gathered in Washington, D.C. last week, during the 2018 REALTOR® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo, to advocate for crucial real estate issues on behalf of current and future home and property owners across the country.

Passaic Valley Unico Helps Restock Shelves of Military Assistance Pantry

PATERSON, NJ - Members of the Great Falls Rotary Club and Passaic County Board of Realtors were joined at the Military Assistance Pantry on Ward Street on Saturday by members Passaic Valley UNICO to restock the shelves full of food and other goods for collection and use by area veterans.

Paterson opens food pantry for veterans

They fight overseas and then come home and, hard to believe, end up homeless, or simply hungry.
 
 
On Monday, a group of Paterson residents opened a food pantry exclusively for veterans and military families. It started with one good Samaritan delivering food to indigent veterans at home.
 
 
“We decided to really go and set up a space, and buy food, and go out and outreach to veterans. We’ll see,” said Irma Gorham, president of the Great Falls Rotary Foundation.
 
 
The pantry is a collaboration between the Great Falls Rotary Foundation and the Passaic County Board of Realtors. It’s open the third Saturday of every month.

Food pantry opens in Paterson to serve veterans

The more than 700 square feet room inside the Gordon Canfield Plaza Residence has shelves after shelves of canned food items for Passaic County veterans and military families. Officials opened the Great Falls Rotary Foundation Military Assistance Pantry during a ceremony on Monday morning.

 

James Williams, a veteran of the Vietnam War, welcomed the new food pantry that has the potential to serve thousands of veterans living in the 16 towns of Passaic County. There are 27,000 veterans, who call Passaic County home, according to congressman Bill Pascrell.

 

“This is what we need. There are a lot of veterans going through hard times,” said Williams, 68, (pictured). He said veterans have a hard time finding jobs and experience difficulties returning to a normal life after coming back from the battlefield. “We have to help our veterans in their time of need.”

 

The food pantry is the work of the Great Falls Rotary Foundation and the Passaic County Board of Realtors. The Paterson Housing Authority has donated the space to house the pantry in room 204 of the senior housing building.

Food Pantry for Military Veterans Set to Open in Paterson. Pascrell: It’s the Least We Can Do

PATERSON, NJ- “Service Above Self.”

 

It’s that noble mission that keeps members of Rotary Clubs all over the globe involved in making important impacts in their local community. And, in Paterson, it’s no different.

 

On Monday, that motto came to life again when members of then Great Falls Rotary Club and the Passaic County Board of Realtors, flanked by Congressman Bill Pascrell, Mayor Jane Williams-Warren, Councilman Andre Sayegh, and several local veterans, stood together to announce the opening of the Great Falls Rotary Foundation Military Assistance Pantry.

Real Estate Professionals Remain Cautiously Optimistic About Upcoming Year

(WAYNE. N.J.) -- Although inventory was down from previous years, the overall housing affordability remained stable throughout 2017. Despite mixed sales volumes, housing prices were consistently on the rise. While for buyers, higher prices may not be favorable, listing activity is expected to increase as more sellers are growing confident for 2018. Experts believe that with the economy slowly shifting, improved conditions are anticipated for sellers. 

The Passaic County Board of Realtors has chosen The Valerie Fund as their "Charity of Choice" for 2018.

With the opening of a new Valerie Fund Children's Center at St. Joseph's Children's Hospital in Paterson, New Jersey an additional 1,000 critically ill children and their families from Northern New Jersey have the opportunity to receive the comprehensive healthcare and financial support The Valerie Fund has to offer. Passaic County is a new geographic region for our organization and the home to The Passaic County Board of Realtors whose members have become important fundraising partners in recent years.

Housing Market Remains Stable as Buyers and Sellers Prepare for Upcoming School Year

 

Wayne, NJ -- While August marks the beginning of the school year for many regions in New Jersey, home prices continue to be on the rise. Although parents of schoolchildren are often hesitant to make a drastic move and uproot households in the first months of school, consumers that don’t have children helped keep the market on an upward slope. With a stable economy, consistent wage growth, and constant mortgage rates, the competition for buyers is expected to remain aggressive for available listings.

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