Safely reopening Marin County from COVID-19

Real Estate

Real Estate related businesses are defined as a commercial or residential real estate office or firm, or related businesses that conduct activities such as real estate sales, rentals, inspections, surveys, photography, staging, movers and escrow-related procedures.

Current Status

Service providers that enable real estate transactions (including rentals, leases, and home sales), including, but not limited to, real estate agents, escrow agents, notaries, and title companies, are allowed to operate provided that appointments and other residential real estate viewings must only occur virtually or, if a virtual viewing is not feasible, by appointment with no more than two visitors at a time residing within the same household or living unit and one individual showing the unit (except that in person visits are not allowed when the occupant is present in the residence).

Reopening Guidelines

Each real estate related business must create, adopt and implement a Site Specific Protection Plan (SPP) prior to reopening. The SPP template combines  state-level guidance published in the California State Resilience Roadmap and local Marin County public health policies.

Please follow the state guidance provided below as it applies to your establishment:

Incorporate the appropriate industry specific guidelines from the state guidance linked above into the “Business Specific Best Practices” section of your SPP.

More Information

As new guidelines become available, this webpage will be updated.   In the interim, please sign up to receive notifications when business protocols and other information about business reopening is available.

Questions?  Contact us.

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