Colorado Association of REALTORS | With Coronavirus, Colorado’s Housing Market Moves Online
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With Coronavirus, Colorado’s Housing Market Moves Online

Apr 08 2020

With Coronavirus, Colorado’s Housing Market Moves Online

Denver-area REALTOR® Matthew Leprino spoke with CBS4 on ways REALTORS® are assisting clients in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Nowadays don’t just happen via title companies anymore. They’re occurring via remote notaries and curbside closings and you’re signing papers in your car and handing them back,” he said.

“March-April is really our highest inventory and really our craziest time of the year and so we’re going to have an artificial peak, I hope, as soon as this is over,” he added.

“Real estate is continuing to transact. There are still transactions that are occurring. There’s a lot of folks who are virtually looking at homes and placing offers on them.”  

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