It’s the start of a new year, and that means it’s a great time to set some goals for the year ahead. If you’re in the real estate industry, you may be wondering what you can do to make the most of the year ahead. Here are a few suggestions for real estate goals to consider in 2023:
Expand your portfolio: Whether you’re a real estate investor or a broker, one of your goals in the year ahead may be to expand your portfolio. This could mean acquiring more rental properties, flipping more houses, or taking on more clients as a broker.
Increase your online presence: In today’s digital age, it’s more important than ever to have a strong online presence. Consider setting a goal to improve your website, start a blog, or get more active on social media to reach a wider audience and generate leads.
Get your finances in order: As a real estate professional, it’s important to have a handle on your finances. Consider setting a goal to get your finances in order by creating a budget, reducing debt, or saving more for the future.
Build your network: Networking is an important part of the real estate industry, and in 2023, you may want to set a goal to expand your network. This could mean attending industry events, joining professional organizations, or simply reaching out to other professionals in your field.
Enhance your skills: Whether you’re a seasoned pro or new to the industry, there’s always room to improve and learn more. Consider setting a goal to enhance your skills by taking a course, earning a certification, or simply staying up-to-date with industry trends.
Whatever your goals for 2023, the key is to set specific, achievable targets and create a plan for achieving them. With focus and dedication, you can make the most of the year ahead and achieve great things in the real estate industry. Whatever your real estate goals may be for 2023, contact Bergmann Law, LLC to help you reach those goals.
We are in the lineup for this year’s Fall Conference! The program has been approved by the Appraisal Institute, and additionally approved for 7 CE hours by the New Jersey State Board of Real Estate Appraisers, the New York State Board of Real Estate Appraisers for 7 CE hours and approved by the Insurance & Banking Commission for NJ Real Estate Continuing education for 7 elective CE hours. Approved by the State of New Jersey Tax Assessor Continuing Education Board for 4 appraisal hours & 3 administrative hours. Purchase tickets on the Metro NJ Chapter website here: https://ainewjersey.org
Property taxes in New Jersey, need we say more? Wait – we have some GOOD NEWS!
The State is launching its new Affordable NJ Communities for Homeowners and Renters (ANCHOR) program that promises to deliver real, tangible property tax relief to both homeowners and renters in the State. The ANCHOR program was established earlier this year when the New Jersey enacted a record $50.7 billion annual budget. Getting excited? Here’s what you need to know…
To be eligible for this year’s benefit, homeowners and renters must have occupied their primary residence on October 1, 2019, and file or be exempt from NJ income taxes.
Over 870,000 homeowners with incomes up to $150,000 will receive $1,500 in relief; over 290,000 homeowners with incomes between $150-250,000 will receive $1,000; and over 900,000 renters with incomes up to $150,000 will receive $450 to help offset rent increases.
How To Apply:
Eligible homeowners can apply online, by phone, or via paper application, which can be downloaded online and returned by mail. Renters can apply online or download the application from the Taxation website and return by mail (there is no phone option for tenants, as this is the first time this group will be eligible for property tax relief).
The administration has set December 30, 2022, as the deadline for filing.
Receipt of Benefits:
Benefits are scheduled to be provided by the administration via a direct credit on tax bills, a check, or direct deposit no later than May 2023.