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During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many real estate agents are finding new ways to thrive in an unprecedented state of the industry. By using technology to conduct business virtually, many real estate agents remain successful without person-to-person contact in their roles.

As professionals, we must always anticipate the next significant change coming our way. To protect the health of both industry professionals and clients, this transition from traditional real estate practices to more virtual applications is critical at this time. From virtual showings and video chats to social media, text messages, and phone calls, agents can utilize several different ways to engage with clients without person-to-person contact. 

While physical health is the top priority for many individuals during the COVID-19 outbreak, real estate agents cannot disregard their businesses. By implementing precautionary adjustments to technology and new approaches to industry practices, estate agents can remain safe, as well as continue to grow their business in 2020. Over time, these lessons learned throughout this pandemic may also be applied to day-to-day operations for years to come. Although the roles of real estate agents may seem different during this time, these roles may also become easier, and even more profitable in upcoming months. 

If you have additional questions, USHUD remains available to assist you during these times of uncertainty. By receiving the right support, real estate professionals can make the most out of this challenging situation and improve the industry for the future.

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