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ReopeningNew YorkReal Estate Guidelinesfor Employers and EmployeesThis guidelines apply to all real estate activities in regions of New York that have been permitted toreopen in Phase II, as well as to real estate activities statewide that were previously permitted tooperate as essential. See Interim COVID-19 Guidance for Real Estate Activities for full details.During the COVID-19 public health emergency, all residential property management entities, realestate salespeople/brokers, building inspectors, building appraisers and relatedcompanies/operators should stay up to date with any changes to state and federal requirementsrelated to the real estate sector and incorporate those changes into their operations. This guidanceis not intended to replace any existing applicable local, state, and federal laws, regulations, d Best PracticesEnsure that workforce (e.g. salespeople, workers,subcontractors, and vendors) and customer presencetotal occupancy is limited to 50% of the maximumoccupancy for a particular area as set by the certificateof occupancy.A distance of at least 6 ft. must be maintained amongstall individuals at all times, unless safety of the coreactivity requires a shorter distance (e.g. cleaning,maintenance, measurement for appraisals, unitinspections).Any time salespeople, workers, subcontractors, andvendors must come within 6 ft. of another person,acceptable face coverings must be worn ensuring thatmouth and nose are covered. Individuals must beprepared to don a face covering if another personunexpectedly comes within 6 feet.Limit non-essential in-person employee gatherings asmuch as possible.Limit use of cloth, disposable, or other homemade facecoverings for workplace activities that typically require ahigher degree of protection for personal protectiveequipment (PPE) due to the nature of the work.Modify seating areas (in common outdoor spaces suchas terraces and courtyards) to ensure that individuals(e.g. workers and/or residents) are at least 6 ft. apart inall directions (e.g. side-to-side and when facing oneanother).Non-essential common areas (e.g. gyms, pools, gamerooms) may reopen in accordance with any applicableindustry-specific guidance.STAY HOME.STOP THE SPREAD.Remind residents and customers to wear face coverings inshared spaces (e.g. lobby corridors, elevators, apartmentunits) when a minimum 6 ft. is not possible.Restrict/modify the number of workstations and workerseating areas, so that workers are at least 6 feet apart inall directions (e.g. side-to-side and when facing oneanother) and are not sharing workstations withoutcleaning and disinfection between use.Enable the use of stairs to prevent congregation inelevator waiting areas and limit density in elevators.Consider physical barriers (e.g. strip curtains, cubiclewalls, plexiglass) in accordance with OSHA guidelines.Consider closing any common indoor or outdoor seatingareas.Prohibit the use of small spaces (e.g. elevators, staffrooms) by more than one individual at a time, unless allindividuals are wearing acceptable face coverings.Reduce bi-directional foot traffic using tape or signs witharrows in narrow aisles, hallways, or spaces, and postsignage and distance markers denoting spaces of 6 feet inall commonly used areas and any areas in which lines arecommonly formed or people may congregate (e.g.elevator entrances, escalators, lobbies, clock in/outstations, health screening stations, etc.).Use other methods such as video or teleconferencingwhenever possible, per CDC guidance “Interim Guidancefor Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond toCoronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).”SAVE LIVES.

ReopeningNew YorkReal Estate Guidelinesfor Employers and EmployeesThis guidelines apply to all real estate activities in regions of New York that have been permitted toreopen in Phase II, as well as to real estate activities statewide that were previously permitted tooperate as essential. See Interim COVID-19 Guidance for Real Estate Activities for full details.During the COVID-19 public health emergency, all residential property management entities, realestate salespeople/brokers, building inspectors, building appraisers and relatedcompanies/operators should stay up to date with any changes to state and federal requirementsrelated to the real estate sector and incorporate those changes into their operations. This guidanceis not intended to replace any existing applicable local, state, and federal laws, regulations, otectiveEquipmentRecommended Best PracticesImplement practices to maintain adequate socialdistancing in small areas, such as restrooms andbreakrooms, and signage and systems (e.g. flaggingwhen occupied) to restrict occupancy when socialdistancing cannot be maintained in such areas.When videoconferencing or teleconferencing is notpossible, hold meetings in open, well-ventilated spacesand ensure individuals maintain 6 feet of social distancebetween one another (e.g. if there are chairs, leave spacebetween chairs, have workers sit in alternating chairs).Reduce interpersonal contact and congregation throughvarious methods (e.g. adjusting workplace hours,limiting in-person presence to necessary staff, shiftingdesign, reducing on-site workforce, stagger schedules,segment and batch activities).Stagger worker schedules to observe social distancing(i.e., 6 feet of space) for any gathering (e.g. coffee breaks,meals, and shift starts/stops).Establish designated areas for pickups and deliveries,limiting contact to the extent possible.Limit on-site interactions (e.g. designate an egress forindividuals leaving their shifts and separate ingress forindividuals starting shifts) and movements (e.g. workersshould remain near workstations as often as possible).Prohibit non-essential visitors on site.Provide workers with an acceptable face covering at nocost to the workers/contractors and have an adequatesupply of coverings in case of replacement.Acceptable face coverings include but are not limited tocloth (e.g. homemade sewn, quick cut, bandana),surgical masks, and face shields.Clean, replace, and prohibit sharing of face coverings.Consult the CDC guidance for additional information oncloth face coverings and other types of personalprotective equipment (PPE), as well as instructions onuse and cleaning.Train workers on how to don, doff, clean (as applicable),and discard PPE (training should be extended tocontractors if the building managers/owners supplycontractors with PPE).Advise workers and visitors to wear face coverings incommon areas including elevators, lobbies, and whentraveling around the office.STAY HOME.STOP THE SPREAD.SAVE LIVES.

ReopeningNew YorkReal Estate Guidelinesfor Employers and EmployeesThis guidelines apply to all real estate activities in regions of New York that have been permitted toreopen in Phase II, as well as to real estate activities statewide that were previously permitted tooperate as essential. See Interim COVID-19 Guidance for Real Estate Activities for full details.During the COVID-19 public health emergency, all residential property management entities, realestate salespeople/brokers, building inspectors, building appraisers and relatedcompanies/operators should stay up to date with any changes to state and federal requirementsrelated to the real estate sector and incorporate those changes into their operations. This guidanceis not intended to replace any existing applicable local, state, and federal laws, regulations, andstandards.MandatoryRecommended Best PracticesProtectiveEquipment(cont'd)Limit the sharing of objects, such as tools, laptops,notebooks, telephones, touchscreens, and writingutensils, as well as the touching of shared surfaces; or,require workers to wear gloves when in contact withshared objects or frequently touched surfaces; or,require workers to perform hand hygiene before andafter contact.Residential InPerson PropertyShowings andRelated ActivitiesShowings are only allowed in unoccupied or vacantproperties (e.g. current owner or lessee is not inside theproperty).All individuals visiting the property will be required towear a face covering at all times.Replace or clean and disinfect gloves after everyshowing (as applicable).Clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces (e.g. handrails,door knobs etc.) before or after every showing.Stagger showings in order to avoid the congregation ofpeople outside and inside properties.Gloves and shoe-covers are recommended in addition toface coverings.Provide face coverings and gloves to prospective tenantsand/or buyers, if necessary.Sellers/lessees are advised to open all necessary doorsand cabinets as well as turn on all light switches to ensureminimal touching of surfaces by outside parties.Advise prospective tenants/buyers to only touch essentialsurfaces (e.g. handrails going up/down stairs if necessary)during their time in the property.Limit showing of common building amenities in-person(e.g. gym, roof deck, pool).Encourage only one party (e.g. building inspector, homeappraiser, prospective tenant/buyer, photographer,stager) to be allowed inside the property at a time. Ifmore than one party is inside the property at the sametime, 6 ft. of distance must be maintained at all timesbetween individuals, and face coverings must be worn.Prospective tenants/buyers are encouraged not to bringyoung children to property showings, when possible, orleave attended children outside.Limit salespeople / brokers from driving in the same carwith prospective tenants / buyers. If this cannot beavoided, face coverings must be worn by everyone in thevehicle and frequently touched areas of the vehicleshould be cleaned and disinfected.Conduct remote walkthroughs rather than in-personwalkthroughs (e.g. recorded/live video).STAY HOME.STOP THE SPREAD.SAVE LIVES.

ReopeningNew YorkReal Estate Guidelinesfor Employers and EmployeesThis guidelines apply to all real estate activities in regions of New York that have been permitted toreopen in Phase II, as well as to real estate activities statewide that were previously permitted tooperate as essential. See Interim COVID-19 Guidance for Real Estate Activities for full details.During the COVID-19 public health emergency, all residential property management entities, realestate salespeople/brokers, building inspectors, building appraisers and relatedcompanies/operators should stay up to date with any changes to state and federal requirementsrelated to the real estate sector and incorporate those changes into their operations. This guidanceis not intended to replace any existing applicable local, state, and federal laws, regulations, andstandards.MandatoryHygiene, Cleaning,and DisinfectionRecommended Best PracticesAdhere to hygiene, cleaning, and disinfectionrequirements from the Centers for Disease Control andPrevention (CDC) and Department of Health (DOH) andmaintain cleaning logs on site that document date,time, and scope of cleaning and disinfection.Ensure real estate salespeople provide hand sanitizer topotential customers before and after visiting property.Install touch-free hand sanitizer dispensers in high touchareas including entrances and exits.Provide and maintain hand hygiene stations in office,including handwashing with soap, running warm water,and disposable paper towels, as well as an alcoholbased hand sanitizer containing 60% or more alcohol forareas where handwashing is not feasible.Provide and encourage participants to use cleaning anddisinfection supplies before and after use of shared andfrequently touched surfaces, followed by hand hygiene.Ensure that equipment and tools are regularly cleanedand disinfected using registered disinfectants, includingat least as often as workers change workstations ormove to a new set of tools.Provide appropriate cleaning and disinfection suppliesfor shared and frequently touched surfaces for workersto use, following manufacturer’s instructions for usebefore and after use of these surfaces, followed byhand hygiene.Regularly clean and disinfect the site and morefrequently clean and disinfect high risk areas used bymany individuals and for frequently touched surfaces.Rigorous cleaning and disinfection must occur at leastafter each shift, daily, or more frequently as needed.Ensure distancing rules are adhered to in restrooms byreducing capacity where feasible.Regularly clean and disinfect the location or facility andconduct more frequent cleaning and disinfection forhigh risk areas used by many individuals (e.g.restrooms) and for frequently touched surfaces.STAY HOME.STOP THE SPREAD.SAVE LIVES.

ReopeningNew YorkReal Estate Guidelinesfor Employers and EmployeesThis guidelines apply to all real estate activities in regions of New York that have been permitted toreopen in Phase II, as well as to real estate activities statewide that were previously permitted tooperate as essential. See Interim COVID-19 Guidance for Real Estate Activities for full details.During the COVID-19 public health emergency, all residential property management entities, realestate salespeople/brokers, building inspectors, building appraisers and relatedcompanies/operators should stay up to date with any changes to state and federal requirementsrelated to the real estate sector and incorporate those changes into their operations. This guidanceis not intended to replace any existing applicable local, state, and federal laws, regulations, andstandards.MandatoryHygiene, Cleaning,and Disinfection(cont'd)Recommended Best PracticesProvide cleaning and disinfection of exposed areas inthe event an individual is confirmed to have COVID-19,with such cleaning and disinfection to include, at aminimum, all heavy transit areas and high-touchsurfaces (e.g. elevators, lobbies, building entrances,badge scanners, restrooms handrails, door handles,vending machines, communal coffee stations), usingDepartment of Environmental Conservation (DEC)products identi

Real Estate Guidelines for Employers and Employees This guidelines apply to all real estate activities in regions of New York that have been permitted to reopen in Phase II, as well as to real estate activities statewide that were previously permitted to operate as essential. See Interim COVID-19 Guidance for Real Estate Activities for full .

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