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The COVID-19 outbreak has created a new reality for all of us, and one that will have a long-reaching impact on the way we live, work and play. Chances are you’re dealing with many new challenges, both personally and professionally.

From a real estate standpoint, real estate and mortgage brokers have been declared an essential service, as have lawyers and the land registry offices. This makes sense for those people who need to make a move. A lot of transactions are underway right now, with some people having sold who are anxious to buy and need a place to go, while others for whatever reason need to buy or sell right now. If you find yourself in a situation like this, I’m here to help.

For Sellers

  • virtual property valuation – Zoom/Facetime call
  • professional market evaluation report
  • virtual staging consultation to give you tips on where to invest your money and how best to spend your extra available time to help you get top dollar for your house.
  • professional walk through video, floor plans to convey property details to online visitors
  • digital signatures for documents reduce face-to-face time

For Buyers

  • needs/wants assessment – Zoom/Facetime call
  • mortgage needs review and referral
  • view available properties delivered to your inbox – let me know your ideal location/budget/must-haves & nice-to-haves and you can start planning and dreaming now.
  • virtual showings to help you narrow down your options and find “the one” before onsite visits
  • digital signatures for documents reduce face-to-face time

If spending a LOT more time in your current house has made you realize that it’s no longer a good fit for you, let’s start to prepare now to make sure you’re ready to go when the pause is lifted.

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Things to Check During the Weeks After Moving Day

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