After leveraging technology, if you have serious buyers who still want to see your house in person, keep in mind that according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), there are ways to proceed safely. Here are a few of the guidelines, understanding that the top priority should always be to obey state and local restrictions first: • Limit in-person activity • Require guests to wash their hands or use an alcohol-based sanitizer • Remove shoes or cover with booties • Follow CDC guidance on social distancing and wearing face coverings Getting comfortable with your agent – a true trusted advisor – taking these steps under the new safety standards might be your best plan. This is especially important if you’re in a position where you need to sell your house sooner rather than later. Bottom Line In a new era of life, things are shifting quickly, and virtual strategies for sellers may be a great option. Opening your doors up to digital approaches may be game-changing when it comes to selling your house this season. As always, a trusted real estate professional can help you safely and effectively navigate through all that’s new when it comes to making your next move. Let’s connect today to make it happen.
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