Updated 6/10/20

COVID-19: WORKPLACE RE-ENTRY CHECKLIST

Guidance on Governor’s May 13th Announcement relaxing some restriction. Learn more.

AACAR is now approved to hold Continuing Education (CE) classes virtually, click here to view the schedule.

For any member that has a license expiring soon, the Executive Order issued by Governor Hogan on March 5th extends license renewals until after the state of emergency. The extension of renewals continues until 30 days after the date the state of emergency is terminated. For online classes please click here.

Maryland REALTORS’ Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, Bill Castelli answers your questions about Unemployment. Watch now.

Maryland REALTORS Legal Hotline is still available online – to submit a question, visit our Legal Hotline page.

Governor Hogan has temporarily prohibited evictions from taking place and utility providers from disconnecting services while Maryland remains in a state of emergency. The list of today’s Executive Orders including Temporarily Prohibiting Evictions, Prohibiting Termination of Residential Services and Late Fees, Order Relating to Various Health Care Matters, and Amending Prohibition of Large Gatherings can all be found here.

Please click here to see the details of a new procedure to accept plan submittals while the Department of Inspections and Permits and the Office of Planning and Zoning are closed to the public

Bright MLS is taking steps to help keep the real estate market moving during the Coronavirus outbreak, including updates to showing restrictions, virtual tours and virtual showings. See more information here. COVID19 Market Report

First American Title has issued guidance that they will insure transactions not eligible for e-filing under certain conditions. Read more

For a full list of underwriters in Maryland, click here

The COVID-19 Addendum was prepared to assist Buyers and Sellers with managing delays caused by the novel Coronavirus. click here to view addendum

Congress has passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (H.R. 6201) providing support to American workers, families, and businesses, including the expansion of paid sick leave and family medical leave. It also includes refundable tax credits for small businesses and self-employed individuals to cover the cost of the leave. Click here.