On the fence about whether to buy or sell your home this year? There is good news
For nearly two years, real estate professionals have worked tirelessly to ensure the safety of buyers and sellers during the pandemic.
Since March 2020, seasoned experts in the art of real estate transactions have also learned new technologies, plus safety and sanitation measures. As new variants emerge their education continues, which equals key ways agents add value.
Regarding in-person showings, agents don’t leave anyone’s health up to chance. They follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and National Association of Realtors (NAR) to ensure in-person showings are safe. NAR maintains specific resources to inform agents on latest recommendations and best practices.
Guidance from the CDC also equips real estate professionals with the know-how to employ sanitation and disinfectant measures, so that they’re safe for you and your potential buyers.
Digital tools also enhance home sales. Agents are well-versed in using new technology and digital tools to sell homes efficiently. These tools have been reimagined like never before, as serving clients at a distance and limiting exposure to others is so important. Restricting the number of people interacting during the sales process is key to keeping everyone safe.
A variety of methods to serve our clients include virtual open houses, tours, and listing appointments; high-quality photos for online presence; eSignatures; video conferencing.
The health challenges facing our world today have fundamentally changed the way real estate professionals conduct business for the better.
Connect with the Dennis Hartley Team today so that you have the latest tools on your side, to feel safe and confident when you buy or sell this year.
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