How to Sell Your Home During a Pandemic
Make sure your Real Estate Agent has a professional virtual tour and a personal video walk through of your home. Have all Buyers watch these two things and read the Seller's Disclosure Statement before making an appointment to see your home in person. All Buyers shoudl be pre-qualified for a mortgage loan to avoid having looky-loos walking through your home. You really only want serious Buyers visiting your home.
Don't plan on having any open houses while the virus is still active in your community.
Ask your Listing Agent for a "Carona Virus Showing Kit" which should include sanitizer, booties and gloves for people to use during showings.
Before a home showing, clean and disenfect high-touch areas, like countertops amd doorknobs, and leave all lights on to avoid people needing to touch your light switches. Also leave interior doors and closet doors open to avoid touches on these. Put a note on the exterior of the front door requesting people to remove their shoes and use the booties that are provided.
Make hand sanitizer, soap and paper towels available with signs encouraging hand washing.
Once the showing is over, clean and disenfect thoroughly to lower you and your familiy's exposure risk to whatever Buyers have brought in with them.
Many Sellers have followed these general guidelines even before a Pandemic made these strategies necessary.
We have designed a perfect checklist to help you sell your home with ease. Let us know if you have any questions!
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Arizona Traditions Active Adult Community
The community of Arizona Traditions is in Surprise, Arizona. The Gated Community offers a small community feel but offers big community attractions. There are 1700 homes in the community. This is small when compared to some other large active adult communities in and aroun the Phoenix area. Yet, it offers world-class amenities and a very exciting lifestyle.
The amenities in the community are amazing and include something for everyone. The 20,400 square-foot clubhouse is the central hub for the community and many activities. It boasts a 700 person ballroom, arts and crafts studios, a library and a modern fitness center.
Residents can enjou the outdoors in the communitie's three pools, a softball field, biking trails, bocce ball, shuffleboard, pickleball and tennis courts. The 18-home Arizona Traditions Golf Couse was designed by Dick Baily and it winds thoughout the community giving a beautiful backdrop for many homes. After a round of golf or just to gather with friends there is the Arizona Traditions Bar, where one can sit in a relaxed sports bar and enjoy cocktails. For more homes like the one below, please visit http:www.cerretateam.com and search for HUD Homes or Homes in Arizona Traditions.