Dear Clients and Friends of Ravenel Associates Commercial and Ravenel Associates Real Estate (RARE),
As we find ourselves in uncharted territory in the upcoming weeks, our companies are continuing to adapt to changes in the real estate industry, while following the health and safety guidelines administered by government officials and those in the medical field. We remain committed to serving our clients, even if it means approaching things a little differently. Patience and compassion will bring us together and allow us to continue to move forward. Please reach out to us with any questions or concerns you may have.
· Thinking Through Technology – We are leveraging our technology and online platforms to continue to meet the marketing demands of our sellers and landlords, while continuing to use search engines and virtual tours for our buyers and tenant clients. Do you have an out-of-the-box idea that may work during this time? We’d love to hear your thoughts! Send an email directly to your team representative.
· Continuing Connections – Our social media pages are active with helpful resources, client listings and closings, and the occasional post to make you smile. Our entire team of commercial and residential agents are available via email, phone, text, and Zoom/Facetime to answer any questions you have as we navigate the future together. Follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
· Relatable Resources – We’ve put together a few resources which you may find useful during this time:
Realtor.com - The Coronavirus, Real Estate, and You: Everything You Need to Know Now (Click here) Costar.com - Update: Five Real Estate Takeaways From Coronavirus Stimulus (Click here) Bankrate.com – List of Banks Offering Help to Customers Impacted by the Coronavirus (Click here) CharlestonRealtors.com - City of Charleston “Stay At Home” Ordinance (Click here)
We wish you the best as we move forward together and continued health for you and your loved ones.
“When you encounter various trials, big or small, be full of joy. They’re opportunities to learn patience.” - Scott Curran