|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Vehicle registration||MH 18|
Ner had been a part of Khandesh region since the time of the Faruqi Kings. The Mughal emperor Akbar had made Ner the headquarters of a mahal in the Sarkar of Nandurbar with an annual revenue of 7,22,760 daams. Traces of its former consequence are seen in the Muhammedan tombs that still line the main road leading into the village. It, along with the neighbouring villages, suffered much during the 1872 floods of Panjhara.
Most of the economy is agriculture related. Vegetables grown in the village are sold in the markets of Surat, Nasik and Mumbai. Crops such as Millet, Chilli, Groundnuts, Sugarcane, Gram, Cotton, Wheat, Jowar, etc. are also grown. In ner the great manopanchit parshvnath jain temple, an 100 years old jain temple and statue of manopanchit parshvnath is only the statue in India out of 108 parshvnath gods.
Ner has no commercial banks, co-operative banks, agricultural credit societies, non-agricultural credit societies or other credit societies present within the village.