DC Executive Order strongly urges all business activities to be conducted from home

District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser has issued an Emergency Executive Order   to  temporarily cease all non-essential business activities in the District of Columbia other than those safely conducted from home by 10 p.m. tonight (March 25, 2020), which will remain in effect through April 24, 2020, or until the order is lifted . Here is the DCAR email that was sent out earlier this afternoon with more details. 

Maryland REALTORS® offers COVID-19 FAQs
The FAQs cover Governor Larry Hogan’s executive orders up to March 23 as well as general questions about COVID-19's impacts on our local real estate industry. Take a look .

Virginia offers temporary waiver on professional license expirations
The Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR) is allowing for the temporary extension of all expiration dates for professional licenses issued by Virginia state agencies until the 30 th day after the state of emergency is lifted. The waiver will be in effect through June 10, 2020. Contact REBoard@dpor.virginia.gov for details.

Last week, Maryland also issued a temporary extension on license expiration dates .