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Geraldine Murray

Real Estate Agent | License #200506199Gorge Winds Properties822 Sheridan Ct, Hood River, OR 97031
About GeraldineLoyalty - Respect - Results

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Locations Served:Hood River (OR)Odell (OR)Cascade Locks (OR)White Salmon (WA)The Dalles (OR)

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Specializations:
Farms/Ranches, FSBO, First Time Homebuyers, Fixer-Uppers, Home Buyers, Home Sellers, Land/lots, Multi-Family, New Construction, Senior Communities

About Bio
I have worked in the business field for over 40 years. My first assignment was working for the City of Tucson in their library division. After six months, I went to work for the City of Tucson Police Department working in the Records Division.  After returning to Oregon, I worked as Administrative Assistant in Personnel for the Hood River County School District.  After retirement, I started work in real estate as full time and have worked for the same company since 2008.  I pride myself on my work ethic and my desire to help my clients to move forward with their dreams!
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1 Active Listing
    $110,000Est. Payment
    2 Beds | 1 Bath | 918 Sqft

    808 Floral Ct, The Dalles, OR 97058

    House For Sale

    Looking for an investment? Nice sized manageable lot, home is a fixer upper. Owner says sell, but may consider owner contract at 6% interest. Owner will be available to do some minor repairs in March. Interested in offers.

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Oregon REALTORS® Update on COVID-19 Protocols November 13, 2020 Today, Governor Brown announced new restrictions to slow the spread of COVID-19. Cases, positive test rates, hospitalizations and deaths are at an all-time high and are increasing exponentially. Cases are being driven primarily by informal social gatherings. The following is a summary of the Governor’s announcement. Nine Counties are Already Subject to Following Enhanced Restrictions These restrictions are effective as of Wednesday, November 11 in the following counties: Baker, Clackamas, Jackson, Malheur, Marion, Multnomah, Umatilla, Union, and Washington: The Governor urges all businesses to mandate work from home to the greatest extent possible. No long-term care facility visits to protect staff and residents. Reducing maximum restaurant capacity to 50 people (including customers and staff) for indoor dining, with a maximum party size of six. Continuing to encourage outdoor dining and take out. Reducing other indoor activity maximum capacity to 50 people (for example: gyms, fitness organizations/studios, bowling alleys, ice rinks, indoor sports, pools, museums). Limiting social gatherings to one household, or no more than 6 people if the gathering includes those from different households (keeping the same 6 people in your social gathering circle for the two-week period), and reducing the frequency of those social gatherings. The following restrictions will be effective in all counties Wednesday, November 18 for two weeks until Wednesday, December 2. It is likely that these restrictions will be extended even longer (at least 4 weeks) in counties with high case and hospitalization rates. Restaurants will be open for take-out and delivery only Retail, grocery, and pharmacy locations must operate at 75% capacity The Governor is strongly encouraging curbside pickup for these goods Gyms and fitness centers will be closed as well as venues that host indoor or outdoor events Churches and faith gatherings are limited to 25 people indoors, 50 outdoors Personal services providers will be able to continue to operate under existing safety protocols Business are required to have employees work remotely if it is possible to do so People should wear a mask at all times except when eating or drinking, whether indoors or outdoors Social get togethers are limited to individuals from two households and a maximum of 6 people, and the Governor is asking Oregonians to only socialize with one other household during the two-week period Schools and day cares will continue operating under existing guidance In addition to these restrictions, Governor Brown and other western Governor’s today announced a travel advisory asking those who have traveled out of state to self-quarantine for 14 days. Additionally, all of the safety protocols that have been in place–including physical distancing, hand washing and mask wearing–remain. What Does this Mean for Real Estate? Offices Real estate offices should mandate work-form-home whenever it is possible and should continue to follow strict protocols around social distancing, mask wearing, hand washing and sanitization. Offices should be closed the public. Showing Homes REALTORS® and their clients should always wear a mask. REALTORS® should only show homes when 6ft distancing can always be maintained between the REALTOR® and the person touring the home. REALTORS® should show homes to one party at a time and limit the number of people touring the home to ensure the ability to 6ft distance and to minimize interactions between people of different households. Traditional open houses should not be held. If an “open house” is held it must be modified to ensure 6ft distancing is met and limited to one party touring the home at a time (for example by appointment only or allowing one party to tour the home while others line up outside 6ft apart). In addition to this guidance, REALTORS® should continue follow additional safety and sanitation protocols recommended in NAR’s Showing Guidance During COVID-19 document. Virtual open houses are still a great option. Closing Thoughts Cases and hospitalizations are growing exponentially and REALTORS® should do everything they can to protect their clients, themselves and the community from COVID-19. As has been the case all along, Governor Brown’s guidance does not specifically address real estate. Nevertheless, the Governor’s new guidelines are designed to encourage people to stay home as much as possible and to avoid interacting with individuals from other households. We encourage REALTORS® to keep this in mind as they make decisions about how to show homes and conduct their business. Oregon REALTORS® | OregonREALTORS.org Facebook ‌ Twitter ‌ Instagram ‌ LinkedIn ‌ Oregon REALTORS® 2110 Mission St SE #230 Salem, OR 97302 Unsubscribe [email protected] Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by [email protected] powered by Trusted Email from Constant Contact - Try it FREE today. Try email marketing for free today! Show quoted text Oregon REALTORS® 2110 Mission St SE #230 Salem, OR 97302 Unsubscribe [email protected] Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by [email protected] powered by Trusted Email from Constant Contact - Try it FREE today. Try email marketing for free today!
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