What levels 2 and 3 mean for the market

Auckland has been put into alert level three following the latest community outbreak of Covid-19, while the rest of the country goes into level two. Here's what it means for the property market.

Monday, February 15th 2021, 8:47AM

The rules will be enforced for three days as authorities attempt to uncover the origin and extent of the outbreak in South Auckland.

Based on guidance issued last year by the Real Estate Authority, here's what can still happen at alert level three (Auckland).

According to Tenancy Services, routine inspections are not permitted under alert level three, unless it is an "emergency situation".

Based on last year's guidance, The Real Estate Authority says the following steps need to be taken at alert level two (outside of Auckland).

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