Intersection is pleased to announce the reopening of the Downtown San Diego office following the COVID-19 shutdowns with new guidelines and procedures to ensure worker and customer safety. These changes, designed to ease coronavirus concerns, range from the reconfiguration of office spaces to running daily temperature and health checks, to reducing customer contact. At this time, there will be no in-house meetings with clients through the end of June, with potential for extension.
Step by step, we’re seeing our local communities open up and the economy coming back to life. While we know this crisis is not over, we are continuing to educate our teams and clients, and are hopeful that we are moving in the right direction towards this long journey.
For more information on the precautionary measures we’re taking, please email email@example.com.
Below are guidelines for property showings between Intersection team members and outside clients.
Showing Guidance During Reopening
As restrictions begin to ease around San Diego County, California, and the country, Intersection provides this guidance to assist brokers, managers, and clients in preparation for business in the new normal. Intersection continues to encourage brokers and managers to use virtual showings and limit in-person activity in all other aspects of the transaction as much as possible during the pendency of this crisis, even where in-person showings are allowable by state or local order.
Please review the following guidelines prior to your scheduled showing.
Intersection Property Showing Guidelines
- If you are sick or exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, you are required to stay home.
- Adhere to social distancing recommendations and maintain a minimum of six feet of space between persons at all times.
- Avoid shaking hands.
- The number of persons who may attend a showing is limited to four total people, including Intersection brokers/managers.
- All persons entering a property are required to wear a face mask or covering and wash their hands or use hand sanitizer upon entering.
- Avoid touching any surfaces in the space, such as light switches, door handles, or walls.
- Intersection does not recommend the use of bathroom facilities at the property.
- Do not share phones, pens, or tablets or other personal property during the showing.
- Intersection requires all documents to be shared electronically versus the distribution of paper documents at the property.
- Use hand sanitizer upon returning to your vehicle.
We thank you for your patience and compliance with above guidelines.
Emily Bane is the Marketing Coordinator at Intersection, providing strategic marketing expertise to support business objectives across company divisions. Contact Emily at 619-819-8725 or firstname.lastname@example.org