IREM releases updated pandemic guide with resources for reopening properties

CHICAGO (May 4, 2020) – IREM has released an updated Pandemic Guide For Real Estate Managers incorporating resources and information to help property managers prepare to open their properties to tenants and residents. As stay-at-home orders across the country are beginning to be lifted, many businesses are preparing for tenants and their employees to make a return to work, while multi-family communities may start to explore reopening amenities. As restrictions start to lift, property managers must prepare to reopen in a safe and responsible manner.

The resources for reopening properties information is available within the full Pandemic Guide For Real Estate Managers and available as a supplemental resource. The 18-page supplement includes best practices for reopening a property following a pandemic along with checklists for different property types to assist with reopening safely.

The information in the “Resources for Reopening Your Property” supplement is based on information from leading public health organizations and IREM experts focused on maintaining the safety of employees, tenants, and residents.

“As COVID-19 continues to affect how real estate managers do business, it’s important that we provide resources and information relevant to our membership,” says Denise Froemming, CEO and Executive Vice President of IREM. “Property managers have started to look to what a return to business may look like and to respond to that, we’re proud to provide this resource to all those across the profession.”

IREM continues to share updates with members as they are available. All updates, resources, and content on COVID-19, can be found at

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