Open houses look a little different now. Zuber Realty has revised our open house procedures to follow state guidelines and CDC safety measures. In-person open houses are optional, but may be held if the seller and agent are comfortable with it, and guidelines are strictly followed. We have alternative ways to market properties and schedule private showings if buyers or sellers do not want to attend or hold open houses.
Our in-person open houses are currently following these safety measures and procedures to minimize any health risks.
Social distancing is practiced during open houses. The number of people allowed in the property is limited to one buyer group to tour the home at a time. We recommend you keep your group small, and you’ll probably want to leave your children at home.
Realtors will enforce sign-in policies at open houses. Everyone attending open houses is required to sign-in and provide contact information. This ensures we have the relevant information if it becomes necessary to do contact tracing. You’ll also be asked to answer a few questions about your health.
Open house visitors and realtors are required to wear masks while touring and showing the property.
Safety is our primary concern. We are taking these precautions to help keep homeowners, buyers, and realtors safe during open houses.
All persons attending in-person open houses fully assume any and all risks that result from entering the properties for sale or lease, as applicable, and from allowing others to enter properties for sale or lease.
Open House Alternatives
As a buyer or seller, you are never required to put yourself at risk if you feel uncomfortable with in-person activities. We can also arrange for virtual showings and tours or a live stream open house.
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