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Coronavirus Update: Showings Allowed Again in Colorado

by | Apr 21, 2020 | Denver, News

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Colorado Governor Jared Polis announced yesterday that he plans to let the current stay-at-home order expire as scheduled this Sunday, April 26th. This means that showings will once again be allowed in the state of Colorado.

We know many of you have been eager for this news, and we are expecting activity in the real estate market to increase substantially in the coming days.

At Trelora, we’ve worked hard to maintain the safety of our clients and staff by following all social distancing guidelines both in our office and in our clients’ homes. The “Safer at Home” period that starts this coming week will not be a complete return to normal, and we will continue to take every precaution possible to help control the spread of the coronavirus.

For clients who prefer to conduct showings, listing consultations, and other services remotely, we will remain flexible. We’ve learned quickly how to successfully conduct real estate transactions virtually — especially for those in more vulnerable populations, we are happy to continue to offer remote service as needed.

Trelora has also been fortunate to be able to keep 100% of our employees on board during the pandemic and the associated economic downturn. That means that we are here, we are healthy, and we are eager to serve you, no matter the circumstances.

We know that this is a trying time for all of you. As our state begins to gradually reopen, please know that our first priority is your well-being. Thank you for trusting Trelora with your home, and we look forward to continuing to serve you.

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The information contained in this blog is for general information purposes only, and while believed to be accurate, Trelora assumes no legal responsibility for accuracy. Information provided within should not relied upon as legal advice. Please consult with your local advisors for independent information regarding availability and applicability in your market.