COVID-19 Health and Safety Acknowledgment

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For those events that require in-person services to take place at the property, this Health and Safety Acknowledgment (Form COVID-HSA) can be completed by and provided to anyone who intends to physically be present at the property. A licensee can provide it to a potential seller or landlord before a listing appointment or a private property showing, it can be given to a photographer or an inspector who intends to visit; any and all occupants and visitors (such as inspectors, appraisers and contractors) can fill out the form to demonstrate to the others that, as far as they are aware, they do not have current risk factors that could indicate a higher possibility of COVID-19 infection.

Be sure to review Real Estate in the Age of COVID-19: Suggested Best Practices.

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Revisions Updated 05/2020

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