As many real estate agents might have heard already, Governor Pritzker of Illinois announced that real estate is an essential service and is thereby exempted from the stay at home order. Unfortunately, this is not the case everywhere. In many states real estate services are deemed non-essential, which means open house events are also banned.
If you’re still allowed to host open houses, here we present some tips on how to have your open house tours safely.
Right now house tours are still available in some states, but due to the uncertainty of these times real estate agents might have to do virtual tours. Real Estate agents need to adapt to the new reality. Whether you’re going to practice personal open house tours or virtual tours, we suggest that you start thinking about your options already.
Virtual tours may be the best option right now. By having virtual tours, you’ll allow potential clients to schedule a virtual showing instead of having to visit a place in person. This can help reduce the risk of spreading Covid-19.
And, as always, stay safe and healthy, and follow the advice of your local authorities and real estate board. Check out this article for more information on how Covid19 affect real estate market
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