Your health and safety are of the utmost importance to us. We are monitoring the spread of COVID-19 (known as the coronavirus) and its impact on our community. As COVID-19 is predominantly spreading through close contact, out of an abundance of caution, we are implementing further precautionary measures in response to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), State of Tennessee and Metro Nashville guidelines to ensure the safety and health of our students, members and staff. Please review specific information below.
SAFER AT HOME ORDER
Tennessee – Governor Bill Lee
On Wednesday, April 2, Governor Bill Lee signed an executive order requiring all Tennesseans stay home unless carrying out essential activities.” (Real estate will remain an essential service, carried out with precautions acc. to CDC guidelines). https://www.newschannel5.com/news/gov-lee-to-say-order-requiring-tennesseans-to-stay-home
Metro Nashville – Mayor John Cooper
Here is the full version of the Nashville Safer At Home Order. You can find Real property marketing, leasing, purchase, and sale services listed as essential services under Section 4. Click here to view more:https://bit.ly/2xdQML1
Although real estate services can continue under both the state and local orders, we have an opportunity, and a responsibility, to serve as leaders in our community. It is VERY important that everyone comply with CDC protocols and orders when conducting business during this time. Open houses are not allowed. By practicing social distancing and following Safer At Home orders, we can do our part to take precautions and set a positive example for others around us.
TN License Update
In light of COVID-19, the Tennessee Real Estate Commission (TREC) issued an update yesterday that included: "...effective immediately until May 18, 2020, or until further such notice, no license will be suspended for failure to complete continuing education requirements." For more details, visit this link.
OFFICE CLOSED – STAFF AVAILABLE, WORKING REMOTELY
Under an abundance of caution to the current COVID-19 situation, our office is currently closed. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Our staff can assist you with your needs during regular business hours Monday through Friday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm as they are working remotely. Please call 615-254-7516, and someone will be able to help you further.
STAFF CONTACT LIST
IN-PERSON CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES AND EVENTS SUSPENDED THROUGH APRIL 30
All in-person continuing education classes and events through April 30, will be either canceled, postponed or moved to Livestream, when possible, as we evaluate our next steps beyond that date. Class fees will be refunded. We are working to Livestream more non-CE classes when possible. Look for announcements on these opportunities as they become available.
Contact our education department at 615-254-7516 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
ASSOCIATION MEETINGS MOVE TO ZOOM THROUGH APRIL 30
Any meetings scheduled between March 23 and April 30, will be coordinated by the staff in consultation with the chair to determine the necessity of the meeting, and if necessary, will create a Zoom Meeting for conducting the online meeting. Please direct any questions about your assigned committees to your staff liaison.
Lockboxes and SentriCards
If you have questions about Lockboxes or SentriCards, please contact Brittany Washington with Realtracs at 615-385-0777, or by email at email@example.com.
What are my options for taking CE classes to renew my license?
Our members rely on our classes to further their professional development, as well as ensure the timely renewal of their real estate license. If your license renews in the not-too-distant future, you are encouraged to use our online classroom by clicking here.
How do I apply for membership and/or make changes to my existing membership and related services?
Our staff can accommodate all the usual requests via phone at 615-254-7516 and at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When will you make decisions on classes, meetings and events after April 30?
We are making decisions in response to the most current Centers for Disease Control (CDC), State of Tennessee and Metro Nashville guidelines. We are working on a week by week and often day by day basis for making decisions that are best for our members, students, instructors and staff. At this time, we have made changes and arrangements through April 30, for classes, meetings and events and are now coordinating all those changes for that timeframe. We are considering options for after that date and will communicate that as soon as decisions are made.