UPDATED: As COVID-19 Case Counts Rise, REALTORS® Should Continue to Prioritize Health and Safety

May 05, 2021

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Mackenzie Smith
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Update: This post and the Safer Showings documents referenced below were updated on May 5, 2021 to align with Provincial Health Officer orders and directives up to and including April 2021. Real estate professionals must continue to adapt to protect themselves, consumers and communities from COVID-19.

While provincial restrictions do not directly impact REALTORS® ability to conduct business, we encourage you to stay vigilant by prioritizing your clients’ and communities’ health and safety.

Review best practices in our safer showing guidance for Realtors and managing brokers:

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, explore some of the challenges Realtors are facing and how to turn those into opportunities in the February 2021 episode of Open House by BCREA.

We recommend Realtors also keep informed by monitoring provincial health orders, notices, and guidance, exercising caution, and care in all areas to ensure you are doing your part to help curb the spread of COVID-19.

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