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In Person Showings CAN Happen

In Person Showings CAN Happen

In Person Showings are officially allowed in Denver by following the official re-opening guidelines.  This is great news for all the home buyers out there!  If you feel good about a home, and are ready to take a personal tour, we can do it.  I’ll keep you updated on all the guidelines and ensure we are following the safest practices to allow you to get a proper look at your next home.

To schedule a showing, send me an email at andrew (@) florencerealtyco (.) com or click HERE.

The official guidelines are here:

•Adhere to all general rules or guidance on social gathering limitations when working in the field, including in someone’s business or personal home
•No meetings, showings, appraisals, consultations or gatherings of more than 10 people; these should be conducted remotely
•Implement procedures for field-based employees to monitor for symptoms and report to management daily on health status. Refer symptomatic employees to the CDPHE Symptom Tracker. (Additional Guidance)
•Maintain 6 foot distancing from other employees and customers
•Require gloves and face coverings or masks for any in-person interactions or work being done in third-party homes or office spaces (Additional Guidance)
•Change gloves between customers
•Inquire whether third-party homes have symptomatic individuals or individuals who have contact with known positive cases and, if they do, cease any in-person interaction and limit any in-home activities to only those which are critical and can be done without risk to service provider
•Maintain detailed log of customer interactions to enable contact tracing (if ever needed)
•Prioritize remote work and/or personal protective equipment  for people at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19
•Sanitize high- touch surfaces and tools or equipment after each customer visit  (Additional Guidance)
•Provide guidance and encouragement on personal sanitation including frequently washing hands
•Require service providers to stay home if showing any symptoms or signs of sickness of if they have had contact with a known positive case
•For real estate: no open houses and no food or beverage offered during showings
For for more information, head to the Colorado.Gov Website HERE.
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Andrew Bacon

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