Moving, buying and selling your home at Green

You can move house and buy or sell your home at Green.

Moving house

You can move house at Green.

You can use a moving company to relocate.

If you are travelling between regions that are at different settings, follow the travel requirements.

Travel at Green

Buying or selling your home

  • You can buy or sell your home at Green.
  • You can hold and attend open homes, but there may be restrictions if My Vaccine Pass is not used.
  • You can carry out property inspections.

If you are a property manager or landlord, you should not visit your tenant's home if they are sick or are self-isolating.

Advice for landlords and tenants | tenancy.govt.nz (external link)

If you are travelling between regions that are at different settings to view properties, follow travel advice.

Travel at Green

Auctions and open homes

With My Vaccine Pass

If an open home or auction chooses to follow My Vaccine Pass requirements, only people with a My Vaccine Pass are allowed to be there, including at open homes or auctions. There are no limits on the number of people who can attend.

Without My Vaccine Pass

If an open home or auction chooses not to follow My Vaccine Pass requirements, there can be up to 100 people in a single defined space.

Everyone attending needs to keep 1 metre apart.

Keep up healthy habits to protect us

Even though we are a highly vaccinated country, COVID-19 can still spread in our communities. Slow the spread of the virus by keeping up healthy habits.

Keep up healthy habits

More information for real estate agencies and moving companies

Real estate agencies can find more detailed information, including advice for holding open homes and auctions.

Services guidelines under the COVID-19 Protection Framework | business.govt.nz (external link)

Guidelines for real estate activities at Red | rea.govt.nz (external link)

Display posters to let everyone know what My Vaccine Pass requirements are in place at your business.

Download My Vaccine Pass posters

Moving companies can find more information on business.govt.nz

Advice for services | business.govt.nz (external link)

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