NEXUS is your connection for ideas, answers and one-to-one professional advice.
Whether you’re a new agent getting started in the business, or a seasoned professional, NEXUS connects you to:
• Answers that keep you compliant with the latest rules and regulations
• Market data and local development updates to help you make faster decisions about the transaction and inform clients
• Practical education to build your confidence and credibility
Connect to network of over 5,000 REALTORS® across 3 counties and a professional, knowledgeable staff ready to answer your questions anytime.
pdf Primary REALTOR® (232 KB) - Brand new in the business or returning after being Inactive longer than a year. Active and currently licensed and involved in the real estate profession.
pdf Designated REALTOR® (295 KB) - Each firm must designate in writing a Designated REALTOR® who will be responsible for all of the duties and obligations of licensees associated with the Designated REALTOR®, including the obligation to arbitrate disputes pursuant to Article 17 of the Code of Ethics and to pay Association dues as established in the Bylaws. The Designated REALTOR® must be a sole proprietor, partner, corporate officer or branch office manager of the firm capable of acting on behalf of the firm's principal(s) and must meet the other qualifications for REALTOR® membership established in the Bylaws. The Designated REALTOR® must be actively engaged in the real estate profession, and maintain a current, valid real estate broker's license or be licensed or certified by an appropriate State regulatory agency to engage in the appraisal of real property.
pdf Secondary REALTOR® (279 KB) - Has Primary membership with another board of association of REALTORS®.
pdf Affiliate Membership (177 KB) - Open to any individual involved in the indusrty relative to real estate; i.e., mortgage, title, inspection, appraisers, etc.
NEXUS Dues - Dues are paid annually to your local (NEXUS), state (NJR) and national (NAR) REALTOR® associations. NEXUS splits the dues billing into two invoices. NEXUS dues are sent in July/August and the state and national in October. All payments are due by the 1st of the new year.
Frequently Asked Questions on Membership and Licensing
There are a number of requirements for licensure through the New Jersey Real Estate Commission. Click here for more details on license requirements for a salesperson or broker.You will be directed to our Real Estate Success Insitute school website.
You qualify for REALTOR® Membership if you are actively engaged in the real estate profession other than as a sole proprietor, partner, corporate officer, or branch office manager; Associated either as an employee or an independent contractor with a Designated REALTOR®.
A Designated REALTOR® is assigned by the brokerage and must be a sole proprietor, partner, corporate officer or branch office manager of the firm capable of acting on behalf of the firm's principal(s) and must meet the other qualifications for REALTOR® membership established in the Bylaws.
You are eligible for REALTOR® Emeritus status if you have been a member of the National Association of REALTORS® for a cumulative period of 40 or more years.
If you have a real estate related business, you may apply for Affiliate Membership.
It typically takes less than 3 business days. You’ll receive an email notification once you are approved.
Yes. There is a mandatory new member orientation and Code of Ethics training that you must take within 60 days of joining. You will receive emails about that after you join.
You’ll receive a dues notice via email in the fall. All dues – NEXUS, New Jersey REALTORS® and National Association of REALTORS® - must be paid by January 1. You may pay online and with a credit card. Late fees will incur after January 15.