Residential builders seeking tax credits under the state’s relaunched Economic Redevelopment and Growth program can apply for the subsidy starting June 1, officials announced Tuesday.
Nationally, April is known as New Homes Month and is intended to highlight the benefits of purchasing a new home. April is also recognized as National Fair Housing Month to commemorate the passage of the 1968 federal law, which prohibits discrimination concerning the sale, rental and financing of housing. These two annual recognition events represent a paradox for many of us in New Jersey.
Business leaders have secured nearly $700,000 in state funding for Atlantic City’s Chelsea neighborhood, supporting everything from streetscape improvements to outdoor fitness classes.
The New Jersey Builders Association has installed its newest president, tapping a Millburn-based developer and attorney to help guide the organization in the year ahead.
An attorney with Genova Burns LLC’s real estate and land use teams has earned a promotion to counsel, in one of several newly announced moves by the Newark-based law firm.
The pandemic’s impact on property valuations is still far from clear, with some owners taking a more measured approach to tax appeals ahead of this year’s filing deadline in New Jersey.