Thursday, 11 February 2021

As per a Government directive in Guernsey, lone workers who are not considered essential workers may return to their place of work if they are the only person present on the premises; and they have no physical contact with colleagues, customers or clients.

In plain English, this means that a singular estate agent can visit an empty property and undertake virtual (FaceTime) viewings if the property is empty. It is imperative that the owner/caretaker of the property does not visit prior to our arrival and the property has been empty for a period of at least one week to avoid the risk of Covid being present on any surfaces.

In addition to virtual viewings, a singular valuer from within our team can visit an empty property to undertake a market appraisal. As per the Government directive, the owner will not be able to be present and the valuer will discuss by phone afterwards.

To undertake either of the above services, the property MUST BE VACANT. Any property such as an apartment that shares communal areas for access are currently prohibited.

Most importantly, we’re here to help whilst upholding all safety principles to keep both you and our team safe.

Call the team today to find out more on 715555.

You can view the Government guidance at:

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