Here is a summary of what is permitted for open houses and onsite auctions.
From 1 May, some restrictions have been eased in the real estate sector, allowing Queensland house hunters to attend open home inspections. While in-room auctions and traditional mass open homes are still banned under the Covid-19 social distancing restrictions, some real estate activities have been given the green light.
Queensland’s government has unveiled a Practice Guide, formalising the temporary requirements and protections for tenancies impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. The Practice Guide was published to help property owners and their tenants in their discussions to negotiate a way through the next six months while there is a moratorium on evictions.
The Queensland state government has unveiled a $400 million package to encourage tenants, property owners and agents to work together to sustain tenancies during the Coronavirus pandemic.