PHOTO: NZ real estate agents. FILE. ENERGEPIC
If you are a real estate agent you can only leave your property for essential personal movement. You can talk to clients and buyers by phone, video or email. You must not have any face-to-face visits with clients and customers. You cannot visit properties for appraisals or conduct property viewings, open homes or pre-settlement inspections.
The Government has announced changes to COVID-19 alert levels. All of New Zealand moved to alert Level 4 at 11:59pm on Tuesday 17 August and will remain at alert Level 4 until at least 11:59pm on Friday 27 August 2021. Auckland will remain at alert Level 4 until at least 11:59pm on Tuesday 31 August 2021. Information on this website will be updated as the situation develops.
REA’s official guidance for conducting real estate business at Level 4 can be found at rea.govt.nz/covid-19. Guidance for consumers can be found at settled.govt.nz/buying-and-selling-during-covid-19/.
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