Touring a Main Street Renewal home is easy and convenient. While we continue to do our best to maintain our homes to a high standard during the ongoing COVID-19 situation, we ask that you please take extra precautions and follow the CDC-recommended prevention tactics to best protect your health. 

  • Tour homes at a time that’s convenient for your schedule.
  • No agent or open house needed, which allows for continued social distancing.
  • Please do not tour homes if you are sick or are exhibiting symptoms of fever, dry cough and/or shortness of breath.
  • Help protect our community by using hand sanitizer immediately before and after touring the home.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. Minimize contact with light switches and hard surfaces.

If you are not comfortable touring in-person, you can view photos and floor plans of available homes on our website. You are still able to submit your application for the home online. We are proud to continue to serve the housing needs within our communities and hope to welcome you home soon!



Beware of scams — Criminals often take advantage of situations like these to impersonate companies, charities or government agencies. Please keep an eye out for suspicious looking or sounding emails, text messages or phone calls during your house hunt.


What we’re doing


Out of an abundance of caution, we have decided to close our branch offices until further notice. To best protect our employees, we have transitioned MSR employees to work from home, with the exception of several construction, leasing, and property management team members who are voluntarily and courageously working out in the field to assist our Residents and renovate additional homes for lease.



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How to protect yourself from COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

You can get the latest information from the CDC on how to protect yourselves and your homes here, the CDC recommends:

Washing your hands often for at least 20 seconds, especially after you have been in a public place or after coughing, sneezing or blowing your nose.

Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.

Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. 

Avoid close contact with people who are sick as well as large public gatherings of people.  

Stay home if you are sick, except to get medical care, and wear a facemask if you have to be around other people.  

Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily, including tables, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, etc. Scientists estimate that COVID-19 (Coronavirus) can last on surfaces from two-to-five days if they are not disinfected.

If you or someone you know is sick: How you can protect your community

You can get the latest information from the CDC on how to prevent the spread of the virus in your home and community here.

Where to learn more

    • You can get the latest information from the CDC on how to protect yourselves and your homes here.
    • If you become sick, get the latest information on how to protect others in your home and residential community here.
    • You can get the latest information on COVID-19 from the World Health Organization here.
    • You can get the latest travel advice from the World Health Organization here.
    • If you’re a realtor, you can get more guidance on best practices for handling the developing COVID-19 situation from the National Association of Realtors here.