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On March 10, 2021, Congress passed a $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package known as the “American Rescue Plan of 2021.” President Biden signed the bill on March 11, 2021. Read the summary of the major provisions of that bill impacting REALTORS®.

The National Association of REALTORS® has provided guidance to help REALTORS® respond to COVID-19 – commonly referred to as coronavirus – and its impact on the real estate industry and real estate transactions. Any updates from NAR and its response to the coronavirus emergency have been collected on this page. You can also type your questions in the COVID-19 Chatbot to get answers on a variety of issues related to the pandemic and how it affects you and your business. NAR has issued information and guidance for the following:

Guidance for REALTORS® | Property Owners | Commercial Real Estate | Employers | Workplace Re-Entry | Workplace Vaccination Policies  | MLSs | REALTOR® Associations | Sample Preparedness Plan

Read details about the federal government's actions and its effect on real estate professionals:

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