Coronavirus/COVID-19 Website Page
In an effort to keep our Cobb Association of REALTORS® Members informed regarding the Coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak, here is information regarding the current operating status of our Association, as well as links to information provided by the Georgia Association of REALTORS®, the National Association of REALTORS®, and the US Center for Disease Control, the Georgia Department of Public Health and Local Cobb County Governments.
Cobb Association of REALTORS®:
All Association Events and Classroom Education through July 31st, including those being held at our offices or at other locations, have been canceled or postponed. For the current status of our events and classes, please visit our Website Calendar by clicking here.
At least until August 1, all Committee meetings, including the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors meetings, will be held via Conference Call or Zoom. Committee Chairs and Staff Liaisons will provide Committee Members with the appropriate log-in information in advance of these meetings.
However, we have re-opened our CAR Offices at 444 Manget St. in Marietta on Monday, June 1..
Here are some additional resources and information for your use during pandemic:
National Association of REALTORS (NAR):
Click here for NAR guidance for REALTORS®, REALTOR employers, and REALTOR® Associations, as well as information regarding Political Advocacy steps they are taking to protect our Members and the real estate industry.
United States Government (Center for Disease Control):
Click here to visit the Center for Disease Control website page to find the latest information and statistics regarding the COVID-19 outbreak, as well as recommendations for citizens to protect themselves and their families during these uncertain times.
Georgia Government (Department of Public Health):
Click here to visit the Georgia Department of Public Health website page outlining the government’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak, as well as recommendations for citizens to protect themselves and their families during these uncertain times. Click here for up-to-date statistics on the outbreak in Georgia.