Showing Policy

Showing Policy


Here at Campus Rentals, the health and safety of our employees, tenants, and prospective tenants are of the utmost importance during these difficult times.  We have made it a priority to reduce face-to-face interaction as much as possible, however, there are times where those interactions are unavoidable.  As our current tenants are aware, the most important thing that a prospective tenant does prior to selecting a new rental property is physically visit the property.  We have done our best to provide the same experience virtually, but many prospective tenants require in person viewing.

While this is a necessary function that we must perform, we also recognize your hesitancy to allow people into your homes.  Accordingly, we have consulted CDC guidelines and contacted the Delaware County Health Department to put the following safeguards in place:

Screening – Every employee and prospective tenant will be screened prior to entering any Campus Rentals property. The screening process requires a temperature check as well as the individual to answer the following questions:

  • Do you have a fever?
  • Do you have a cough or shortness of breath?
  • Have you traveled in the last 30 days?
  • Have you had contact with someone who is sick and recently traveled?

If an individual has a fever or answers “yes” to any of the questions, they will not be permitted to enter until at least 10 days have passed since symptoms first appeared.

Protective Measures – Each individual entering a property will wear a mask. Disinfectant wipes will be used to wipe down all surfaces that are touched.  Additionally, Campus Rentals employees will make sure that social distancing is maintained as much as possible during any showing.

Limiting Number of Individuals – Prospective tenants will not be permitted to bring any individuals other than the prospective tenants themselves.

Tenant Presence – The most prevalent method of infection involves person-to-person transmission. Accordingly, we request that the current tenants not be present during any showing.  We, of course, will work to reasonably accommodate your schedules.

Tenant Measures – You can assist us in reducing the potential exposure by: 1) leaving all doors in the property open to limit surface touching; 2) weather permitting, open a window in each room to increase air circulation. Lastly, if you have been experiencing any symptoms, please contact your medical provider.  If your medical provider directs you to quarantine, please provide us with documentation of that instruction so that we can ensure that the quarantine is maintained.