Dear Clients and Friends,
I hope this email finds you well even among the uncertainty of the Coronavirus. Many people have reached out to me to ask Real Estate related questions of how COVID-19 and the current laws closing down businesses is affecting the local housing market. I am pleased to report there is still activity happening!
We have seen a slight slow down with home showings, but Realtors and Sellers are working together to make each home as sterile as possible, leaving specific instructions to potential Buyers that comply with health guidelines being passed down from the government. Lenders, title companies, real estate offices, and records offices are all operational at this time even though most of the staff is working remotely and the offices are closed to the general public. I am here for you and your housing needs! If you have specific questions, please feel free to reach out to me. I am happy to discuss anything or just support you in any way I can.
Some Excitement amidst the turmoil
On a side note, I have exciting news to share! I have made the switch back to my previous RE/MAX office in Loveland, RE/MAX Alliance, located on Hwy 34 across from Lake Loveland. I have a beautiful new agent office there with views of the lake! I feel so fortunate to be back and working among great staff and agents who will provide tremendous support to me and my clients.
It is my #1 priority to be able to serve my clients in the best way possible and I believe this is the office to do it from. Other noteworthy news is that I recently won the RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award. This award is based on how much sales volume I have accumulated over my career and it is an honor to hit that milestone. A special thanks to all of you that have bought and sold homes with me and send me referrals. You are the reason I get to do this job that I love and I am so grateful and appreciative.
Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help you or your loved ones at this unique time. My personal cell is: 970-481-7646. If you need anything, please reach out. I hope to connect with each of you soon. Blessings to you!
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