Real estate companies are resuming their activity two months after they were forced to shut down, when the State of Emergency was decreed, in a market that has been completely transformed.
Since yesterday (Monday), real estate agencies have been resuming their normal activity as part of the first phase of the “Plan for the transition to a new normal” designed by the Government.
Amongst these companies, the most common measures that they have established include shifts in their offices, where plastic partitions have been installed to separate clients and workers, as well as requesting the use of gloves and masks. Regarding physical visits, although the Government initially said that they would be resumed from 4 May with security measures, in the end it has backed down. Now, the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and the Urban Agenda has assured that home visits will be allowed from 11 May.