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COVID-19 Guide for Gold Country Homeowners

The global pandemic caused by COVID-19 has brought a tremendous amount of uncertainty and angst into our daily lives and routines and has quickly become one of the most challenging things we’ve ever had to face as a community, country and industry. While we tread through uncharted territory, it’s important not to panic and that we address this challenge together as a community.

We recognize that many of our Gold Country real estate clients in Amador, Calaveras and El Dorado County have questions regarding the potential impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the real estate market and local economy.

While the true impact of the coronavirus on the gold country housing market is likely to take months - if not years - to determine,  we wanted to share some early insights with you and also offer some helpful tips on how to get thru this challenging time we are facing together.

To request a FREE copy of our 6-page COVID-19 Prepardness Guide for Homeowners, simply complete the brief form below or contact your GOLD COUNTRY MODERN REAL ESTATE Realtor directly.   

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