COVID-19 Resources for Real Estate Professionals

We are all currently experiencing unprecedented disruptions to our lives due to COVID-19. We hope you and your loved ones are staying healthy and safe during this time. Here at the MLS, we've switched to a work from home policy and cancelled all travel for employees. While we won't see you at in-person events for the foreseeable future, we want to do what we can to support the real estate community.

That's why we've launched this page, where you can keep up-to-date on resources available to help real estate professionals through the Coronavirus pandemic. We have educational resources, forms, and guidance from various agencies. We'll put future updates here,  so please check back!

We'll get through this as a community. If you have any questions or ideas for topics we can cover in future resources, please let us know. Stay well, and we'll talk to you soon.

Blogs and Webinars

If you're using your downtime to learn more and prepare for the road ahead, we have plenty of blog posts to read and past webinars available on demand, and our educational webinar series will be continuing as scheduled.

REmote Learning Series

We've also launched a series of livestreams on our Facebook page, aimed at keeping you entertained and informed, and helping you and your clients navigate changes in the market. We'll be live every Tuesday and Friday at 11 AM EST for the foreseeable future; be sure to Like our page to be notified.
COVID-19 Contract Addendum

COVID-19 Contract Addendum

This pandemic is causing unprecedented delays and changes to real estate transactions. However, real estate goes on! This contract addendum helps protect your clients from any unforeseen delays and problems caused by Coronavirus.

SBA Coronavirus Relief

Financial Resources

The Small Business Association has released multiple programs to help small businesses through this pandemic, as well as fast-tracking existing programs. The Paycheck Protection Program can help you if you have direct employees, while an EIDL Loan advance can help with lost revenue.

NAR Guidance

The National Association of REALTORs has issued continued guidance for professionals and property owners to help the industry navigate constantly changing laws and regulations. Their resources have helpful best practices, no matter the status where you do business.