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How to develop a plan with sellers to sanitize listings

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REALTOR Magazine | Melissa Dittmann Tracey

From pre-showing cleaning checklists to real estate-branded masks, REALTOR Magazine outlines how agents are helping clients take steps to protect their health when their home is on the market.

Your sellers may be nervous to have buyers physically in their homes amid a global pandemic. Nearly 30% of real estate professionals say their sellers have expressed concern about the risks of COVID-19 infection from in-person showings, according to HomeLight’s latest Top Agent Insights Report. Six percent of agents say their buyers have expressed similar concerns, the survey shows.

[…] What’s more, real estate pros need to communicate the extra steps they’ve taken to safeguard properties against infection risks. “It’s one thing to sanitize, but if you don’t tell others, its benefits in easing concerns is lost,” Sardone adds. Here are some ways real estate professionals are helping to fight the fears of COVID-19.

Read the full story here: Make a Plan With Sellers to Sanitize Listings

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