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Spring is typically considered the best time to sell a home. As the weather warms, interested buyers come out of hibernation, often with the goal of getting moved in before their children’s school year starts in the fall. The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown a monkey wrench in the U.S. real estate market during what would typically be a busy season. But there may be cause for some optimism if you are considering selling your home.

It’s understandable if you find the news headlines frightening. Each day, the death toll of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic climbs higher. And it also seems like nearly every day, there’s a new story about a nursing home hit with cases of COVID-19 among their residents and/or staff.

Having a change in our daily routines is a surefire way to throw us all for a loop. We’re all in the same boat, wondering how to continue with our active lifestyle while still maintaining the safety of our health and others. While these measures, such as social distancing, is imperative right now, don’t let yourself fall into a sedentary lifestyle.

We know coronavirus (COVID-19) is still top-of-mind and people are worried, for good reason. It’s understandable as we have an increasing number of diagnosed cases every day in the state of Michigan and across the county, shelter-at-home orders, and even more business closures.