BANGOR, Maine (WABI) Coronavirus is changing the way real estate operates in Maine.
While deemed an essential business, the industry has had to adapt to CDC guidelines and the stay-at-home order.
Agents are turning to technology, from using Facebook Live for virtual open houses, to having customers e-sign some documents.
According to ERA Dawson-Bradford in Bangor, sales for March slowed after a strong month in February…
But, with low interest rates enticing buyers, and high prices attracting sellers, there is still a demand agents have to keep up with…
Realtors are required to wear gloves and shoe coverings while inside homes, even if they’re just sharing on social media.
Once a potential buyer has expressed serious interest, they may be able to visit the property in-person.
That’s if the seller has granted permission.