real estate news
for the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia
Funkhouser Real Estate Group is helping clients meet their real estate needs by providing face masks and gloves for property tours during the COVID-19 pandemic. The real estate market continues to stay active and our firm has prepared to help clients stay safe while buying and selling homes.
“The health and safety of our clients and community is our top priority,” says Kemper Funkhouser, Funkhouser Real Estate Group’s Chief Operating Officer. “We are committed to helping our clients stay safe during this time while guiding them through the home sale and purchase process.”
The Shenandoah Valley real estate market continues to stay active during this time and the real estate professionals at Funkhouser Real Estate Group are prepared to transact business in a safe manner. In addition to providing face masks and gloves, our firm has the latest technology to help clients transact business electronically. “Besides walking through a property, our associates can conduct a real estate transaction one hundred percent through our online technology,” says Funkhouser.
We are also providing seller clients with yard signs that describe guidelines purchasers should follow before and during a property tour. These guidelines include asking buyers to work with a real estate professional to research property online and to get financially qualified prior to scheduling a tour in person. During a property tour, purchasers should wear a mask and gloves, not touch surfaces and limit the number of persons on the tour.
“We recognize our clients may have concerns during this unprecedented time. We want to do our part in helping to keep our community safe while meeting the real estate needs of our clients,” says Funkhouser. During the month of April, Funkhouser Real Estate Group helped over 200 clients list, buy or sell property. The real estate market continues to move forward during the COVID-19 pandemic.