The real estate sector seems to be recovering, as visits are once again possible. There are many moves with a necessary adaptation to barrier gestures.
They are forced to work six days a week. After two months of confinement, real estate professionals have resumed their activity while transactions and moves were frozen. They also have to work overtime in order to gradually catch up with the accumulated delay. “We had to recast over a month what we had not done for a month and a half”, explains Patrick Jacob, from Artois Déménagement – Breton movers. (never a coordinating conjunction at the beginning of the sentence) For many clients, it is time to leave after having passed the confinement among the boxes. “It’s stressful because we ask ourselves a lot of questions. We wonder what will happen ”, says a client.
Two months late
The moves could only be resumed under strict conditions, including the wearing of a mask. “It’s complicated, it’s difficult to breathe with”, explains Lucas Jacob, a mover. As for real estate agents, 120,000 transactions could not be done, so since May 11, we are trying to catch up again. “It was about to happen and we were almost two months late”, indicates a future owner. When signing at the notary, there are once again health precautions to take.