Precautions To Take When Selling Your Home During the Coronavirus Outbreak
Jennifer Young Homes shares tips for homeowners in the Metro DC area to reduce the risk of Coronavirus.
By: Jennifer Young Homes
"Apart from requiring hand washing and keeping everything sanitized, asking people to remove shoes or wear booties is more crucial than ever," said Jennifer Young, CEO of Jennifer Young Homes. "We are also distributing hand-sanitizer to all attendees of our upcoming Seller's Seminars."
Other precautions we are taking, many suggested by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) include:
If the thought of strangers walking in and out of your home is uncomfortable, we also offer alternative marketing opportunities such as pre-recorded video tours or even a live FaceTime call.
Finally, do not panic, stay informed, and use your best judgment. The situation is rapidly changing, and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) will update its risk assessment as needed. Visit the CDC's website for latest updates.
About Jennifer Young Homes
Founded in 2001, the Jennifer Young Homes team is made up of a highly successful team, which operates in Fairfax County and sells homes everywhere in VA, DC and MD. In 2019, the Jennifer Young Homes team sold over 400 homes — that's at least one home per day. Jennifer Young Homes has been featured on HGTV's House Hunters, iHeart Radio and Northern Virginia Magazine. The team is proud to be a part of Keller Williams Chantilly and offers a Guarantee Buy Program and monthly Seller's Seminars. To learn more, visit www.jenniferyounghomes.com or call 703-651-5655.