Virtual Santa and Tree Lightings To Catch This Holiday Season

Even during a pandemic, the holidays must go on. As we inch closer to December, many annual tree lightings are either going virtual or imposing social distancing guidelines to ensure everyone stays safe during the holiday season. Here are 12 virtual and in-person tree lightings to catch in the coming weeks. Click here to find … Continue reading “Virtual Santa and Tree Lightings To Catch This Holiday Season”

Extension of Statewide Moratorium on Evictions

On Friday, August 7, 2020, the Supreme Court of Virginia responded to a request from Governor Northam for a statewide moratorium on evictions as COVID-19 cases continue to be reported in Virginia. The court pointed to the ease with which COVID-19 spreads and the risks associated with traveling and being inside a courthouse. Effective August … Continue reading “Extension of Statewide Moratorium on Evictions”

Is Coronavirus Going to Impact Real Estate?

We’ve seen a strong seller’s market over the past few years because there have been more buyers than homes for sale, but this might be changing. Before the coronavirus hit, the percentage of agents characterizing their market as favoring sellers was already trending smaller as the year went on. Click here to read more.

The Coronavirus Addendum Clarified

The Addendum is in response to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 pandemic, can be used during or after contract ratification, and can be used to extend deadlines and the Settlement Date as many as times as the parties agree during the transaction (like the Inspection Contingency Removal Addendum). What does the coronavirus addendum say? Paragraph 1:This … Continue reading “The Coronavirus Addendum Clarified”