RE/MAX Revelstoke Realty COVID-19 Safety Plan

Friday, July 24, 2020


RE/MAX Revelstoke Realty is taking every measure to keep our clients and team healthy & safe.


RE/MAX Revelstoke Realty Safety Plan is outlined below and it will be strictly adhered to:
  • There is a notice posted on our entrance door advising the limit of 10 people to be in the office at any given time. Our Receptionist will be monitoring the number of people in the office before any access is granted to individuals coming through the door.
  • Real Estate Professionals should continue to correspond with clients through e-mail, telephone, and video/teleconference such as Zoom or Skype. DocuSign should be used for all signatures required. Should an office meeting be required, as a last resort, the closing office will be booked by the Agent and safe distancing, sanitizing procedures and placement of chairs to accommodate social distancing will be put into place prior to arrival.
  • Office staff and Floor day Realtor will be in the office Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. Any agents who choose to come to the office to work must respect social distancing and hand sanitizing.
  • Face Masks and protective gloves will be made available (as supplies permit) to staff and clients while in the office if they require them. They are not mandatory but recommended.
  • The current sanitizing process within the office is a full sweep of the office surfaces, kitchen area, door handles, filing cabinet handles, telephones, photocopier, stand up files, light switches, every two to three hours during regular office hours, or more often if required.
  • There are sanitizing supplies set out in various stations within the office.
  • There will be no loitering in groups while in the office and strict maintenance of the 2-meter rule will be enforced. Only ONE agent at a time at the photocopier and closing/bookkeeping office.
  • We encourage you to work from home as much as possible but if you enter the office, be sure to sanitize your hands and all handheld items as soon as you enter the building.
  • Any physical showings that must take place will be done with the 2 meter safe distancing rules in place. Our protocols for sanitizing surfaces while in the home remain in effect. The client checklist which asks them whether they are displaying any symptoms of Covid-19 must be completed by the clients prior to arriving at the property, and should they respond saying they are displaying symptoms, of course the viewing would be immediately cancelled. We must refrain from showing multiple properties in the same day as this helps minimize cross-contamination.
  • If viewing buildings such as strata properties you should meet the clients outside the complex. When touring pools, gyms etc., try to make the appointment with the Strata management to prevent physical contact with residents.
  • Do not drive clients in your vehicle. Have them use their vehicle separately from yours.
  • Get permission from your clients and consumers so that you can document names of people viewing the property in case there should be a Covid-19 outbreak.
  • Request that the occupants are not present for viewings. This applies to pets as well.
  • Make sure you disinfect lockboxes and keys every time they are used.
  • Avoid sharing pens and touching documents.

Home Inspection Protocols:
  • All parties involved in the inspection process should be informed of COVID-19 guidelines. Conduct a pre-screening assessment to determine the level of risk i.e.: occupants who may have travelled recently, are experiencing symptoms or contacted someone exposed to COVID-19. If there are concerns the inspection should be postponed.
  • Prior to the inspection request occupants provide clear and unobstructed access to the windows, heating equipment, water heater, electrical panel, and attic.
  • Following the inspection advise occupants to do a thorough sanitization of the home where the inspection would have taken place, such as key and lockbox, light switches, door hardware etc. The Inspector should collect used wipes, gloves and any other disposable items used during the inspection and dispose of them safely when leaving.

In Conclusion:
  • Anyone experiencing symptoms of Covid-19, including fever, cough, sore throat, sneezing should not enter any place of business nor should they enter any properties for viewing. If there are any symptoms present we encourage everyone to please stay home.
  • The safety of our Staff and Clients is our priority not only now but going forward for the long term. Management is available at any time to readily supply answers for any questions or concerns. We are dedicated to instilling a sense of safety and wellbeing within our establishment.


June 1st, 2020