As San Diego County reports a testing positivity rate average of 1.3% -- a rate low enough to put the county in the "yellow tier" -- many San Diegans are beginning to get back to normal life. Last week the state reported the county's adjusted case rate was 1.7 new daily cases per 100,000 population, an improvement of the previous week's 2.4 new cases per 100,000. The county will need to report a similar average this week in order to "seal the deal."
Region May Be Headed Toward Fewer Restrictions as Pandemic Recedes
Brought to you by the Greater San Diego Association of Realtors. COVID-19 may be causing many things to change, our ability to assist you won't.
We committed to supporting you through this situation and strive to provide the services necessary for your business.
Hours and Staffing
Our work hours remain the same, however, our team is following the direction and safety recommendations of our Governor and the Center for Disease Control. Like so many of you, we are now working remotely. For us, it’s business as usual with a little extra caution. We are fully equipped and plan to continue to support our members with no disruption in service during this time.
For the safety of our members, employees and community we offer webinars and plan to expand our online classes. Click Here for a comprehensive list of education and training options.
The 7 SDAR service centers, SDMLS, and our retail store will remain open.
Necessary meetings, such as nominations, elections and board meetings will be accommodated with your safety as our primary concern. Feel free to contact us for more information on this procedure.
Committee Meetings and Events
All committee meetings and events are suspended, as a health and safety precaution. We will provide advance communication when we plan to resume in-person gatherings.
For public health, caravans are canceled until further notice. Booklets will be emailed to the caravan liaison to provide some continuity throughout this situation.