Coronavirus move: how can I move out during the state of alarm? | 25 Hour | Today

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In just a few days ending the month of march and this exceptional situation, which we live has robbed a lot of people to half of vital processes as important as moving home. With the alarm status and the obligation to stay at home to prevent the spread of the virus, this raises the question: can I do the paperwork that he had planned to sell my house, buy a new one or to change to another rental apartment?

José Luis Lledó, vice-president of the General Council of Notariesrecalls that the notaries themselves that are still open because they are a public service and general interest. But with two nuances are important: only serve by appointment and urgent cases.

From the Spanish federation of Companies of your Mover, its president, Juan Luis Feltrero has said that legally, yes you can make a mover these days, but that should not be. “We believe that it is a big risk because we cannot meet all of the safety measures that are required. In a move usually work, on average, 4 people. And for a lot of protection that we carry (gloves, masks…) it is very difficult to maintain the safety distance of a meter and a half: think of the disassembly of furniture, packaging… and now, not I tell you to download things of weight.”

On the future of the real estate market, Juan Fernández-Aceytuno, managing director of Valuation Society he explained that in situations like this the downturn in the market is very deep. “Right now there are only transactions for sewage, things that were already agreed upon before. It is usual for one or two months the real estate market stop and that after that time all working again. People are going to be, probably, more wise with the operations,” he said. “Depending on how much and when to stop the country’s economy, so the future will be. The health crisis is not the saw to come, and not the we were able to stop in time. An economic crisis, yes we can try to slow it down. That’s why I think that the steps that have been taken are appropriate. Stop even more economic activity would be counterproductive, because go from there to full activity would be hard and expensiveonly lengthen the recovery process”

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