It provides you with the opportunity to prepare for your exam with the following benefits:
- Initial assessment
- Unlimited Practice Exams
- Study Lessons by Topic
- Interactive Dashboard
It provides you with the opportunity to prepare for your exam with the following benefits:
The Department of Banking and Insurance, (DOBI), has issued a temporary rule exemption that allows approved NJ Real Estate Pre-licensing Schools to provide Pre-Licensing Courses online during the Governor’s COVID-19 state of emergency. The North Central Jersey School of Business, (NCJSB), has put a system in place to deliver both the NJ Real Estate Salesperson and Broker Courses online via a virtual classroom that will be both engaging and interactive. In the virtual classroom, students will see, hear, ask questions and participate as if they are in the live classroom, and this format meets all the requirements stipulated in the DOBI’s rule exemption to allow these virtual classroom hours to be used for credit towards the required live classroom hours needed to qualify to take the state licensing exam, as is required by the DOBI’s rule exemption.
Please note that when the Governor lifts the state of emergency, the DOBI’s temporary rule exemption automatically expires and the NCJSB will then be required to immediately resume all courses in a live classroom setting regardless of where a course may be in its schedule.
We have been monitoring the evolving situation with Covid-19. NCJSB’s primary focus is the health and safety of our students, instructors and staff. To avoid unnecessary risk, we have decided to postpone all upcoming classes, meetings, and events through the end of March.
NCJSB Administrative Staff is available by phone, email and social media should you have any questions or concerns Monday – Friday (9:00am – 4:30pm).
If you are registered to attend any classes, you will be contacted directly by NCJSB Team member with further instruction.
NJ Coronavirus & Poison Center Hotline at 1-800-222-1222 or 1-800-962-1253
Trained healthcare professionals are standing by to answer your call 24/7 OR visit nj.gov/health
To qualify for a real estate salesperson's license an applicant must be 18 years of age or older, have a high school education or equivalency, complete a 75-hour prelicensure course at a licensed school and pass the license examination. After successfully completing the course and passing the examination the applicant must apply for a license through a sponsoring real estate broker. In addition the Commission must be satisfied as to the applicant's honesty, trustworthiness, character and integrity.
The next NJ Real Estate Night Course starts on March 3rd – Classes are filling quickly and we only have a few spots left! North Central’s curriculum is uniquely designed and delivered to help students prepare for the state exam and their new career in real estate. Students will delve into important New Jersey real estate principles and concepts, and embellish their new knowledge with our industry-leading real estate pre-licensing exam materials and instruction.
March 3rd - April 23rd - ONLY $355
375 Broad Street, Bloomfield, NJ 07003
Tuesday & Thursday Evenings (5:30pm-10:30pm)
The next NJ Real Estate Night Course starts on October 8th – Classes are filling quickly and we only have a few spots left! North Central’s curriculum is uniquely designed and delivered to help students prepare for the state exam and their new career in real estate. Students will delve into important New Jersey real estate principles and concepts, and embellish their new knowledge with our industry-leading real estate pre-licensing exam materials and instruction.
ONLY $355 | Regular Price $425
October 8, 2019 - October 22, 2019 (Closed 10/14 Columbus Day)
Monday- Friday (9:00am - 4:30pm)
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The North Central Jersey School of Business, (NCJSB), a wholly owned subsidiary of the North Central Jersey Association of REALTORS®, (NCJAR).
Gerri Hodgetts, NCJSB Instructor has a unique teaching style that delivers amazing results!
The next class starts uly 10th …. Register Now! It’s a great time to get into real estate!
July 10, 2019 - August 9, 2019 - Wed, Thurs & Fri (9:00am - 2:00pm) - Register Now
Thinking about becoming a real estate agent? You’ll be in good company. Estimates from the Association of Real Estate License Law Officials (ARELLO) show that there are about two million active real estate licensees in the U.S. today. One reason so many people pursue a career as a real estate agent is the earnings potential: The median annual pay is about $46,000, according to 2017 data (the most current available) from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. For real estate brokers – who have additional education, testing and experience requirements – that figure jumps to nearly $57,000. Overall, the highest 10% of agents earned more than $109,490 in 2017, and some agents earn much more than that.
Of course, working as a real estate agent has other, non-financial benefits. It offers a great deal of versatility, and with different clients and different homes you won’t be doing the same thing every day. You may also get to be your own boss, meet and work with lots of people, and enjoy the satisfaction of helping them through one of life’s major milestones. Another perk: It’s easy to get into. Compared to other careers with similar earnings potential, getting your real estate license is a relatively quick and inexpensive process – and you don’t need a college degree.
Still, if you want to become a real estate agent, you’re looking at an up-front investment of money and time, both of which will vary depending on where you get your license. To give you an idea of what to expect, here are five steps to becoming a real estate agent.
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Have you decided you want to get into commercial real estate as a career, but don’t know where to get started? Every real estate professional started in the same place: knowing nothing. I get asked on a daily basis how to get started. With more than 30 years in a commercial real estate (CRE) working on the landlord side, tenant side and leadership side, I've seen many newcomers take their first steps into CRE. Stop thinking and start taking action by following these insider secrets:
can be excellent. Pay is often based on commission, so the more properties (and, especially, the more high-priced properties you sell), the more money you will make. Besides the various positions involved in the actual sale, there are other jobs within the field, such as real estate lawyer - so there are many paths into real-estate-related work.Updated September 08, 2017 : Real estate is a career field that combines human interaction, sales, a service ethic, and geography and economics. Compensation is usually good and
Congratulations to North Central Jersey School of Business (NCJSB) December 2017 Real Estate Class! Everybody Passed the Classroom and & State Exam! Gerri Hodgetts, NCJSB Instructor has a unique teaching style that delivers amazing results!
The next class starts January 29th …. Register Now! It’s a great time to get into real estate!
Jan 29th - Feb 23rd (Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri (9am-2pm)) Click Here to Register
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This is the time when real estate agents across the country are thinking about what they can do to make next year their best year ever. The market has been very strong, giving many agents an opportunity to increase sales transactions and earn more income than they have in years.
With intense scrutiny from Silicon Valley to the White House, the topic of diversity and inclusion has been pulled into focus and entered conversations everywhere from the newsroom to the boardroom. Employers across all industries are increasingly seeking ways to create equal opportunity for employees regardless of their age, gender, ethnicity and sexual orientation. Some are faring better than others.
Considering a Career in Real Estate? Flipping through the television channels, you will find more than a few shows about buying and selling homes and the professionals that make it happen. Networks like HGTV and DIY have cast real estate careers into the spotlight, sometimes glamorizing the hard work and grit that goes along with success. Like your mother told you, don’t believe everything you see on TV. Yes, life as a REALTOR® is rewarding in many ways, but do you have what it takes and how do you get there if you have a desire to break into the biz?
If you think becoming a real estate agent seems like a good idea, you’re not alone. There are currently more than 1.2 million Realtors in the U.S., and for good reason. Realtors® enjoy flexible hours, the opportunity to be self-employed, a network of interesting people, and of course, the money. But how did all these people become agents? The fact is that most people who work in residential sales were in some other profession first.
July 24, 2017 By Chad Jampedro
The world has changed. The technological innovations of the last twenty years have led to the exchange of information with an ease and volume that was virtually unimaginable just a generation ago.
Social media platforms keep us connected with family, friends, colleagues and acquaintances on a daily basis. Economic crises, environmental disasters and the threat of terrorism have shaped our global perspective. All of these factors have led to the world becoming a smaller, more interconnected and interdependent place.