March 16, 2012
For immediate release
The New Jersey Real Estate Commission has approved a new Continuing Education Course titled, “NJ Residential Construction Regulation – The Rules for Building Wealth” written and presented by South Jersey attorney Robert J. Incollingo. The Course Identification/Reference Number is: C20160374.
“NJ Residential Construction Regulation – The Rules for Building Wealth,” 2 credits, will equip the real estate professional with an overview of the regulatory framework for the business of residential construction in the State of New Jersey, illustrating the “long view” of construction as another aspect of real estate practice – being that part of the process which likely precedes and post-dates each listing and sale. Because real estate and construction share the common goal of maximizing property value, by sales and improvements following each other in perpetuity, a deep understanding of the one is of little point without at least a passing conversance with the governing principles of the other.
The material will be delivered with reference to New Jersey case, statutory and regulatory law which inform the course headings as approved. Special attention will be paid to the perceived societal ills addressed by the statutes and regulations examined, as revealed in controlling opinions and legislative history. Upon successful completion of the course, the student should have a greater appreciation of the process of construction, a complex and highly regulated business whose profits pour over into the real estate industry and build wealth for all.
For information on upcoming dates, times and locations for the presentation of the new course, please contact the author at RJI@RJILAW.com.
Bob Incollingo has nearly thirty years of experience representing clients in real estate matters.