Update from Friday, April 10, 2020
From Governor Scott's office: "all in-person real estate transactions are temporarily suspended. Real estate functions that can be conducted online, by phone or email may continue."
We are committed to the health and safety of our clients, team members and our community. Additionally, we are committed to do our part and follow guidelines set by the State of Vermont. While all in-person real estate transactions are temporarily suspended, we are available to advise and guide you through the current real estate market. If you have any questions, or need assistance, please contact us. We are here to help.
While we are still here to serve our community as real estate professionals, we realize that our contribution in that regard pales in comparison to the contribution being made by many others in our community, including our healthcare professionals, first responders, grocery store employees, manufacturing lines, truck drivers and others who are keeping things moving during these trying times.
A community is not just a collection of homes and neighborhoods. A community is the people who live, work and play in those houses and neighborhoods. We want to thank everyone for doing their part, including those staying at home right now.
There will be a time in the not too distant future when people will once again move into new homes and neighborhoods and join new communities. But for now we need to focus our priorities on making sure that everyone in our community stays healthy. We appreciate the Governor's focus on that priority and rather see business slow down now to make sure Vermont is stronger and healthier in the future.
Thank you very much. Stay safe and healthy. See you back in the community soon.