WAYNE, N.J. -- People generally know of Realtors® as the local real estate professionals who put their expertise to work helping clients buy and sell homes.
But the core of what Realtors® do is serve their communities, helping people achieve the dream of homeownership and supporting the institutions that make Northern New Jersey a great place to live.
That mission is front and center this week as dozens of Realtors® from our community head to Washington, D.C. for the National Association of Realtors®’ Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo.
Members of the Passaic County Board of Realtors® will use the week to sharpen their skills and stay current on the legislative and regulatory issues facing their clients. But most importantly, Realtors® will meet with members of Congress and leaders inside the administration to show their support for the policies that make homeownership possible for millions of Americans.
Whether it’s reminding legislators to make flood insurance a priority or defending important tax policies like the mortgage interest deduction, Realtors® are protecting the interests of homeowners everywhere.
That includes the Passaic County Board of Realtors® right here in Wayne, New Jersey.
Homeownership matters, and Realtors® are doing their part to keep the dream alive.
To Connect, to Educate, to Inspire...
As part of the Passaic County community since 1909, The Passaic County Board of REALTORS® represents a diverse group of individuals who work together with their neighbors, community groups, schools and elected officials to help make northern New Jersey a place you want to live, work and play. The Passaic County Board of REALTORS® (PCBOR), the “Voice for Real Estate” in northern New Jersey since 1909, represents more than 2,000 members from all real estate specialties including commercial sales, development, property management, appraisal, auctions, and residential sales. For more information, visit pcbor.com.
Contact: Anika Nahar