Our Covid-19 Policies and Procedures

Our office follows all the guidelines published by the CDC. Safety is a priority.

It is times like these that our families and communities must come together and take care of each other. Divine Fog Realty Company takes our responsibility to protect our clients, both financially and physically, very seriously. We have taken extra steps to ensure that our offices are being deep cleaned regularly, instructing our agents to not interact with clients or colleagues if showing any signs of illness. Additionally, we are heeding the direction that our state and federal government have given us regarding not gathering in groups larger than 10, enforcing sanitizing protocols, and have instructed our agents to not host traditional Open Houses.

That said, we understand that real estate transactions are not something that you can stop mid-stream. People still need homes. Our clients are already under contract or already have their home on the market. We will be putting extra safety measures in place for all of our clients to protect their safety during the home selling or buying process, from utilizing video showings, on-line open houses, digital signatures, e-closings, and more. Together our community will get through this together, and come out stronger.

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Chelsea Dyer

Divine Fog REALTOR®



Chelsea is a Roanoke Valley native and graduate of Virginia Tech with a major in Building Construction and minor in Real Estate. Her initial interest in real estate was sparked by her grandmother, who was a long-time agent. Prior to starting her career in real estate, she worked for a commercial construction company in multiple roles. Chelsea started her real estate career in 2011. In 2019 she obtained her Associate Broker’s license. In addition to real estate, Chelsea also has a “Class A” contractor’s license, does renovations for clients, and rehabs houses. Chelsea is a member of the Junior League of Roanoke Valley where she has served in leadership positions. She also serves on multiple Roanoke Association of Realtors committees, and is a member of the Salem Sports Foundation where she serves on the board. Chelsea has been married to her husband, Teddy since 2012. They have two children, Isaac and Austyn.