Dear Prospects & Clients:
6/9/2020 UPDATE: Please click here, it's too detailed to copy/post below!
Per Vermont Governor Scott's announcement, as of today, April 20th, Realtors® & other low-impact service providers are allowed to return to work following specified guidelines. This ruling is very straight forward. No more than 2 people interacting at any one time. 1+1 = 2.
- Myself + Client/Customer
- Myself + Inspector
- Myself + Appraiser, etc.
Services operating with a single worker (such as appraisers, Realtors®, municipal clerks, attorneys, property managers…) may resume operations so long as no more than 2 persons (service provider and client) are present at one time.
- In addition, the 14-day self-quarantine remains in effect for those entering the state/have left and returned.
- Addendum 7 of the Governor’s Order addresses this further. Seeing a listed residence is not an essential purpose, therefore persons traveling into Vermont for that purpose would be subject to self-quarantine requirements, regardless of whether they stopped along the way from their place of origin
- Seasonal Rentals: Further, for those in areas of the state that work with seasonal rentals, the latest guidance on April 17 clarifies that tenants and owners can return to the state to pack and move their belongings. Moving is classified as an essential service. Walk-throughs and return of deposits are permitted, as long as everyone adheres to the 1-1 rule – one provider and one client
- Above very important requirements that will help Vermont set the stage for Governor's next steps forward.
It is of the UTMOST importance that I (and you) STRICTLY adhere to these guidelines, for my Professional Licensure and my and your personal safety!