Can homes still be shown in Montgomery county?

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Can homes still be shown in Montgomery county?

By Miriam Brassfield   
Posted on Mar 31, 2020 in Topic: Realtor Only
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Melinda Gordon
about 2 months ago
Realtors are still considering essential with the stay home order. So if the seller and buyer are ok and the agent will show the the house, yes, you can show.

Melinda Gordon
Bernstein Realty
713-256-9145


about 2 months ago
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Deborah Gonzalez
about 2 months ago
Housing Real estate is considered as essential , so don't worry to schedule a showing with your agent only remembered be precocious.


about 2 months ago
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Roxane Johnson
about 2 months ago
I think this is where we as Realtors should help flatten the curve. Use technology to show homes. It protects you and your clients. I’d be surprised if sellers are allowing showings. I listed a property this weekend and created a video so buyers could see the home.

One of the most famous surgeons, Dr. Goodrich, died yesterday of complications from the virus. That should be a huge wake up call that this virus has not hit the peak of its impact to this country.


about 2 months ago
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Diane Mireles
about 2 months ago
Yes. However, please remember to take precautions. This is not the time to be looking at houses for fun. One of my agents has a seller who will be homeless in May if he doesn't find a place, this is my definition of essential!


about 2 months ago
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Steven Montgomery
about 2 months ago
Before yesterday the answer was no in Montgomery County. As of yesterday, Governor Abbott declared real estate an essential services which supersedes previous county declarations. So your answer is YES as of today, but please understand that things are not business as usual and exercise caution. Your realtor should carry wipes, sanitizer and TP (lol).


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TEXAS Association of Realtors

about 2 months ago
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Elizabeth Ferrari
about 2 months ago
In these challenging times, perhaps it is best to contact your local county. I've 'bookmarked' my county website on a browser so at the touch of a button I can see the latest updates.

I hope this helps.


about 2 months ago
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Linda Blackmon
about 2 months ago
Yes. Texas Governor Abbott issued a statewide “Essential Services” order on March 31, 2020. A legal opinion from Texas REALTORS, all “residential and commercial real estate services, including settlement services” are allowed in all counties in the state.
That being said, it is always at the owner's discretion as to whether they will allow showings in the home, and you should follow CDC guidelines and have Disenfective wipes, mask, etc for yourself and clients if your out showing.


about 2 months ago
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Adele Brown
about 2 months ago
Please note, Governor Abbot's new order does not come into affect until 12.01am on 2 April.


about 2 months ago
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Joe Applewhite
about 1 month ago
Absolutely. Be sure and offer a Facetime or Zoom tour for those that are scared to go themselves. I bring gloves, Lysol, paper towels and hand sanitizer. I tell all my clients ahead of time that I won't be reaching out to shake hands and that is just for their protection. All my clients have been very grateful and understanding.


about 1 month ago
Disclaimer: Answers provided are just opinions and should not be accepted as advice.
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