We're Move Safe Certfied!

Dated: 06/09/2020

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Move Safe Certified agents are using the best tools and practices including meeting with clients virtually, providing a baseline online presence for listings, practicing safety protocol for showings, and using an e-sign platform for the transfer and signature of documents. A full list of each Move Safe Certified agent’s tools, technologies, and practices can be found on their HomeLight profile.

Jeremy & 12 Stones NWA is Move Safe™ Certified
Jeremy and his team use the following tools, technology, and practices that help keep you safe during COVID-19:
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    Meets with clients virtually
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    Strengthens the digital presence of listed homes through photography
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    Has implemented safety measures for showings including cleaning thoroughly between appointments, arriving before the client to open all doors and windows, adhering to social distancing protocol, and limiting showings to vetted buyers
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    Uses an e-sign platform for disclosures, offers and counteroffers

Move Safe™ Certified

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Jeremy Cupp

As a John Maxwell Certified Coach, Teacher, Trainer, and Speaker, I can offer you workshops, seminars, keynote speaking, and coaching, aiding your personal and professional growth through study and pr....

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