Covid-19 has undoubtedly impacted the real estate industry. Since 2020 we've adapted to be able to continue conducting business so that your plans as a buyer or seller are not impacted. See below for answers to our most commonly asked questions. Have a question that is not answered? Feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are we vaccinated?
Yes, our whole team is fully vaccinated and has received booster shots (both agents and our administrative staff).
Is your office open?
Yes, our office is open and we are following all state and local protocol.
Are showings and open houses happening?
Yes. We are allowed to conduct showings and open houses and are following all Covid-19 guidelines established by the state of Vermont. Please note that some individual sellers may require masks or other procedures and we will respect all requests.
What virtual options are available?
- We are able to conduct 100% virtual showings for you by going to the showings ourselves and using the video chat service of your choice to take you through the home.
- Many attorneys are now offering closing by "Power of Attorney," enabling the entire closing to be done virtually. Some attorneys' offices are now offering in-person closings, but this varies by office.
- If you are considering buying or selling, we can conduct a consult over the video chat service of your choice. This has come in handy for many out-of-state buyers who wouldn't have been able to be here in person even without Covid-19 restrictions.
- If you are out-of-state, we can attend your home inspection on your behalf and keep you in the loop.
We've had wonderful success with assisting out-of-state buyers in their real estate purchases in Vermont. Need help with something and you are out of state? Just ask and we'd love to help!