COVID-19 UPDATE - Flagler County Association of REALTORS
Association office will be available by appointment or phone call to pick up lockboxes, check-in/ check-out Supra, Member lounge, etc. keeping within the 6 ft distance guidelines.
Committee meetings to be held by remote access until further notice.
Professional Standards hearings to be completed with panels of three to be under the gatherings of 10 or less if all parties agree.
Both Boards will meet remotely until further notice.
Before opening the office fully: purchase dispensing hand sanitizers for all common areas and have both masks and gloves available to wear in employees' presence.
Adhere to the county and state guidelines for opening fully.
Orientation will continue online with an invitation to attend a remote question and answers meeting since we will be inducting online with remote GMM.
GMM held remotely, until further notice.
CE classes will all be held online until further notice.
This guideline may need to be revised from time to time, as state and county policies are updated and revised.
Dorothy – ae@FlaglerCountyRealtors.com - Association Executive
Cassandra – info@FlaglerCountyRealtors.com - Office Manager
Nicole – gad@FlaglerCountyRealtors.com - Government Affairs
Linda – Marketing@FlaglerCountyRealtors.com - Professional Development - MLS Errors/Compliance
Misty – Membership@FlaglerCountyRealtors.com - Membership
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Florida Realtors is monitoring all official state communications regarding the virus and will pass along relevant information as it is received. https://www.floridarealtors.org/news-media/news-articles/2020/03/latest-information-coronavirus-realtors-florida
This guidance will be continually updated based on current directives from the WHO, the CDC, and the White House, and we encourage all members to stay informed by regularly visiting the CDC's website(link is external), and to comply with local and state government orders regarding coronavirus-related restrictions. https://www.nar.realtor/coronavirus-a-guide-for-realtors