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We are still carrying out viewings in all our available properties but to keep everyone safe we are following the current Government Guidance.
Property viewings in England?
Regardless of the level of risk, landlords in all areas of England are free to market their properties and arrange viewings.
Provided all parties are following social distancing measures, tenants, landlords and agents are free to visit properties for viewings, moving in, cleaning the property after check-out, etc. Lettings agencies may also now re-open and tenants may leave the house to visit these offices too but practices involving viewings will have to change to account for coronavirus –
Absolutely no in-property viewings should take place while the prospective or current tenants have any symptoms that are linked to coronavirus.
Initial viewings should be done virtually wherever possible. If tenants are still in residence, you should ask them to record a virtual tour of the property to accommodate this. If the property is vacant you may record the virtual tour yourself.
All physical viewings should be arranged by appointment, limited to members of the same household and open house viewings should not take place. While these viewings are taking place, every effort should be made to ensure that nobody touches any surfaces in the property. In addition, while letting agents and landlords can accompany prospective tenants on a viewing they should ensure social distancing practices are followed as far as possible.