UPDATE: January 14, 2021 – All Counties entered Phase 2.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, real estate activities are limited to prevent further spread of the virus. Real estate was originally classified as “non-essential” activity. But it was quickly reclassified and recognized as an essential industry. Today, activities are still restricted. Guidelines are in place to help agents continue the business of listing and buying homes, while protect the public.
Effective January 5, 2021, Washington Governor Jay Inslee issued “Healthy Washington – Roadmap to Recovery” his updated response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Its goal is to safely facilitate the re-opening of Washington’s businesses, including real estate activities. His office updates these on a regular basis.
Currently all Counties in the state are in Phase 2.
We strictly observe all guidelines to protect our buyers and sellers This includes wearing masks, social distancing, and limiting showings as allowed. Also, we restrict open houses to the guidelines currently in effect. We continue to take all appropriate measures to ensure the safety of our clients.
COVID-19 Real Estate Guidelines.