Real Estate

Restrictions lifted slightly on property showings

As of May 4, properties can be shown within guidelines

When the Bay Area counties lifted some shelter-in-place restrictions as of May 4, real estate professionals could resume showings .... with a few rules.

Virtual showings of properties and meetings with service providers that enable real estate transactions are still preferred. However, if virtual meetings are not feasible, providers such as real estate agents, escrow agents, notaries, and title companies, can have in-person meetings.

Properties can be shown with the following guidelines:

* By appointment only

* No more than two visitors at a time in same household or living unit

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* One individual showing the unit

* No visits when occupant is present

Check with your real estate professional for more details.

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Restrictions lifted slightly on property showings

As of May 4, properties can be shown within guidelines

by / Pleasanton Weekly

Uploaded: Thu, May 7, 2020, 1:12 pm

When the Bay Area counties lifted some shelter-in-place restrictions as of May 4, real estate professionals could resume showings .... with a few rules.

Virtual showings of properties and meetings with service providers that enable real estate transactions are still preferred. However, if virtual meetings are not feasible, providers such as real estate agents, escrow agents, notaries, and title companies, can have in-person meetings.

Properties can be shown with the following guidelines:

* By appointment only

* No more than two visitors at a time in same household or living unit

* One individual showing the unit

* No visits when occupant is present

Check with your real estate professional for more details.

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