Melbourne house and land and apartment display suites resume inspections

Display homes can open, with density requirements of 1 person per 4 square metres

Melbourne house and land and apartment display suites resume inspections
Melbourne house and land and apartment display suites resume inspections

Victorians awoke to their first day of freedom although restrictions apply to the sale of real estate.

Real estate inspections can occur at homes, apartments, and at apartment and house and land display suites.

Melbourne house and land and apartment display suites resume inspections

Up to 10 people can attend an inspection by private appointment at homes for sale, but with no more than 1 person per 4 square metres.

Most display suites will seek one on one appointments.

Display homes can open, with density requirements of 1 person per 4sqm. 

Housing Industry Association figures show Victoria typically makes up one-third of all display suite visits in Australia.

Real estate auctions can occur, with up to 100 people per venue — indoors or outdoors.

COVID-19 marshals must ensure attendees check in to auctions and inspections.

Venues, such as display suites, are required to undertake electronic record keeping with the Victorian Government QR Code Service through the Service Victoria app.

Several apartment complexes were caught up during the state's fifth lockdown with Covid postive cases highlighted by the LaCrosse Building at 673 La Trobe Street in the Docklands.

It is a requirement that all Owners Corporation need a COVIDSafe plan in relation to its workplace and employees. An Owners Corporation in Victoria also requires a COVIDSafe plan for all premises where there are shared spaces, including shared outdoor spaces.

Announcing the end of the fifth lockdown on Tuesday, Premier Daniel Andrews said some form of restrictions would remain until “the vast majority” of Victorians had ­been vaccinated.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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