This was posted on Facebook by the Greater Lansing Association of Realtors.
"After review of the Governor’s Executive Order 2020-21, real estate services (including appraisal and title work) are not considered “critical”. Under the order, movement of Michigan citizens, in an effort to combat COVID-19, will be limited to only those critical services listed. The order takes effect at 12 am tonight. Real estate services like the showing of homes and listing of homes, appraisal, and title services are all considered non-critical and travel to do so is prohibited until April 13, 2020. Willful violation of the Governor’s Order is a Misdemeanor. It’s important to note that this order prevents travel. We have certainly noticed many examples of innovation within our membership to both continue serving clients and foster health and awareness. Real estate activity that can be conducted remotely is not prohibited."