Current as at 14 July 2021, and subject to change by the NSW Government
In support of the announcement by the NSW State Government to limit the spread of Covid, we want to assure you we are proactively working to adhere to the restrictions in place by the NSW State Government so that together, we all play a part in helping control the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The below are in effect from 6pm June 26 2021 until 11:59pm 30th July 2021.
Detailed below is how we’re working during the current COVID-19 restrictions in NSW. For more general information about the Covid-19 restrictions, visit the NSW Covid-19 website.
If you reside in Greater Sydney, the NSW Government has introduced strict ‘stay at home orders’. This means residents, or people whose usual workplace of work is in Greater Sydney must stay at home unless it is for an essential reason. Given this;
We will be able to assist our clients during this time by offering:
If you have any questions regarding how we can provide services to you during this time, please contact your local Ray White real estate agent.
The below advice is for people that are not affected by the above announcement and restrictions imposed on the areas of Greater Sydney, Central Coast, Blue Mountains, Wollongong and Shellharbour.
In an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19 across Regional New South Wales, the NSW Government has announced Covid-19 restrictions from 6pm 26th June 2021.
People in these areas who have been in Greater Sydney on or after June 21 should follow the stay at home orders for a period of 21 days after they left these areas.
Under NSW Public Health Orders, real estate agents must have a Covid-19 safety plan for auctions to protect the health of workers and buyers.
These new, temporary measures will support both tenants and landlords. They will help reduce community movement and the potential spread of the virus during this phase of the pandemic.
This is general information only.
Tenants who can’t pay their rent in full because they are impacted by the recent COVID-19 outbreak can’t be evicted between now and 11 September 2021.
Up to $1500 per tenancy will be available for landlords who agree to reduce rent for COVID-19 impacted tenants.
The announcement has just been made and the legislation to underpin the moratorium and application processes are currently under development. More details will be made available soon.
Go to the NSW Government website for all detailed COVID-19 information.
As always our agents are easily contactable via phone, email and social media or video conferencing. We would love to hear from you and answer any questions you may have about one our properties, the local real estate market, your own home or any property related advice you may be seeking during this period.
In the meantime we hope that you and your families stay safe and healthy.
This update is subject to change and we will do our best to keep this page updated as announcements are made that impact the NSW real estate market. To stay across the latest developments visit the NSW Covid-19 website.This information is provided subject to our Terms and Conditions.