WACO, TX — The coronavirus pandemic has caused a lot of changes in many industries, including real estate.
"There have been things that needed to change. For sellers to make them feel comfortable, people can wear a mask and shoe coverings into the house, or some people have done a lot of virtual tours," said realtor Amanda Cunningham.
Cunningham has been in real estate for five years and says that even during the pandemic, her work is non-stop.
"The Waco market is very strong. There is low inventory and low interest rates," she said.
She works for Coldwell Banker Apex and is a Global Luxury Specialist. Recently, one of her local listings made it into a magazine that is seen by people all over the world.
"One of the listings that is on right now is showcased in this magazine, and it's so fun to expose Waco, Texas, around the world," said Cunningham.
It's a $4.3 million listing. She says this is the first time a Waco home is highlighted globally and feels beyond proud.
"It makes me happy for my clients just to be able to deliver, and here we are, we did it!" she said.
Cunningham says the opportunity to buy or sell a home during the pandemic is bright, and she can't wait to continue helping her clients across Central Texas.
"I hope and foresee that the market stays strong and that people are not fearful because it is still rocking and rolling," she said.