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Spokane Association of REALTORS®
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“The change came as the result of a weeklong lobbying campaign by Washington Realtors, a statewide industry group with clout in Olympia, which told members that “our staff has been meeting two to three times a day with the governor’s liaison to plead our case.”
Spokane Association of REALTORS®
Spokane Association of REALTORS®
In this week's Pivot in Place video from NAR's Leadership Team, Mabél Guzmán, NAR's Vice President of Association Affairs, shares her three key tips for virtual showings and working with clients remotely.
Spokane Association of REALTORS®
National Association of REALTORS®
In this week's Pivot in Place video from NAR's Leadership Team, Mabél Guzmán, NAR's Vice President of Association Affairs, shares her three key tips for virtual showings and working with clients remotely.
Spokane Association of REALTORS®
Spokane Association of REALTORS®
NEW FAQs AND CUSTOMER DOWNLOAD AVAILABLE - At the excellent suggestion of a Washington REALTORS® member, Washington REALTORS® and the Northwest Multiple Listing Service - NWMLS have developed a one-page client handout that you can use to explain your obligations under the Governor’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order.

We also have developed updated FAQs (see link). In particular, please note the updated question relating to movers...

QUESTION: Can moving companies move buyers into a property and move sellers out of a property?

ANSWER: The Washington Mover’s Conference (the statewide trade association for moving and storage companies) has received information from the Governor’s office that moving companies are permitted to operate when needed to ensure that people remain in housing, that contracts are fulfilled, or that vulnerable individuals are removed from danger. All moving work must be conducted with the fewest employees possible and follow social distancing and sanitation measures.

We will keep updating these FAQs as needed.

For questions related to real estate, please email comment@warealtor.org.

For questions related to moving, please contact the Washington Movers Conference at wmcmovers.com or jim@wmcmovers.com.