Five-day snap lockdown forces Victoria’s real estate market online

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The five-day snap lockdown announced by Premier Dan Andrews yesterday brings significant implications for the real estate industry.

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Victoria’s ‘circuit-breaker’ lockdown forces the real estate market online     Image source: Envato Elements

Referred to as a ‘circuit-breaker’ that will hopefully avoid a third-wave of COVID-19 in Victoria, the lockdown means that the following restrictions apply:

  • no on-site property inspections
  • auctions must be online only

A more comprehensive list of the latest restrictions can be found on this PDF from the Premier’s office.

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