Are you planning on listing your home during the COVID-19 pandemic? This two-step guide will help you to get your home ready to sell while keeping it clean and disinfected between showings with potential buyers. Whether you hire a professional maid service to assist you in disinfecting your house or you conduct virtual real estate showings to reduce the number of in-person visits to your home, the following resources will help you to sell your home as safely as possible during the coronavirus outbreak.


1. Get Ready to List Your Home

When it comes to preparing your home for sale, there’s a lot more you need to do than simply clean up. It’s crucial that you practice due diligence and declutter, clean from top to bottom, depersonalize and have a plan for keeping your home spotless. 


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2. Keep Your Home Free of the Coronavirus

Safety is the name of the game right now, and this means limiting in-person showings, offering virtual viewings, and maintaining a solid cleaning routine at all times.


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If you’re selling your house during the COVID-19 pandemic, you’ll need to take a few extra safety precautions to eliminate harmful germs from your home — as this will help to keep you, your family, and any prospective buyers safe from the coronavirus. With these helpful resources and a great real estate agent to assist you, however, you’ll sell your house in no time while also keeping you and your home safe throughout the entire process. 


- Curtis Fisher