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    Staying Safe with COVID-19 in the Real Estate Industry

    As the news of the coronavirus continues, we want to reassure you that Lucido Agency and our agents are available should you need us! We work and sell homes 365 days a year, and we will still continue to do so during this unprecedented time. Health and safety has always come first for our team and clients. Based on the government’s announcements and guidelines, we have heightened our protocol for all Lucido locations worldwide, to help keep our agents, clients, and community safe.

    Our agents and staff will be working remotely, and are absolutely still available to serve you and your real estate needs.

    Our team’s in-person Open Houses have been canceled through March 31 and any Broker Events and Career Nights have been postponed. All of our locations will continue to follow the safety instructions provided by Keller Williams, Inc. should anything change.

    We have implemented safety procedures for all listings – this includes appointments, staging consultations, photo shoots, and showings. We have also educated and encouraged our sellers to adopt our showing safety guidelines to minimize potential risk while successfully marketing and selling their home.


    Our team has been utilizing virtual technology in our daily business for quite some time, and we will certainly continue to do so now. For clients or potential clients looking to speak with us, we offer a variety of options including:

    • Virtual buyer consultation with one of our agents

    • Virtual listing appointment with one of our agents

    • Live video tour of homes you would like to view prior to making an offer

    • Virtual open house of your listing



    If you’re looking to buy or sell a home or have questions about the market, contact us to set up a time to chat or meet virtually with one of our agents.

    We’re here for you if you have any questions. And if there is anything we can do for you, please let us know.

    Our thoughts, gratitude, and best wishes go to our healthcare and government personnel as they work tirelessly to help us get through this challenging time.

    The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has a webpage dedicated to information on the coronavirus outbreakIt is always good to verify information you’ve heard from family, friends, or social media.

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