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NAR is providing this guidance to help REALTORS® resond to the coronavirus's potential impact on the real estate industry.


Workplace Re-Entry Guideline
The National Association of REALTORS has provided guidance for it's members on how to safely reopen their businesses.
-  Workplace Re-Entry Checklist


Guidence on Open Houses & Tranactions during COVID-19
The National Association of REALTORS® has provided this guidance for its members in the wake of COVID-19. It covers preventative measures that REALTORS® can take to reduce the risk of contracting and spreading coronavirus, guidance for dealing with day to day business operations, and best practices regarding open houses.
Coronavirus: A Guide for REALTORS®
-  Showing Guidance During Reopening

Legislative Actions Related to COVID-19
Federal emergency bills and laws passed in the wake of COVID-19:
Short Summary of H.R. 6201 “Families First Coronavirus Response Act” - What REALTORS® need to know about changes to family medical leave, paid sick leave, and Medicare, Medicaid, and health insurance/unemployment changes, and related tax credits.

Coronavirus Emergency Legislation: What REALTORS® Need to Know
CARE Act 
Congress has voted on a historic COVID-19 relief that includes many benefits for Realtors® that were secured by NAR. Here is an outline of the major provisions.

-  Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act
-  SBA CARES Act FAQs

Full Overview of H. R. 6201 “Families First Coronavirus Response Act” – Expanded details on how the emergency legislation affects REALTORS®.
Impact of H.R. 6201 "Families First Coronavirus Response Act" on NAR Members
-  Congress Reaches Deal on $2 Trillion Stimulus Package

Guidence for Real Estate Managers  
Property managers inherently have a high standard of responsibility, but especially in uncertain times there are many people who rely on us as leaders to keep them safe and protect their interests. From employees, to owners, investors, residents, and tenants, there are several aspects of preparedness, business operations, and communication needed to address each one of these stakeholders when faced with the threat of a pandemic. 
The single most important action to take is to plan now.
-  Institute of Real Estate: Pandemic Guide for Real Estate Managers

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 
Find the most up to date information on Coronavirus (COVID-19) from the CDC including how to protect yourself, what to do if you think you’re sick, and resources for the community.
Most Recent COVID-19 Information

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