With the spread of Omicron in New Zealand and many households having to self-isolate for sometimes extended
periods of time, the ability to move house can be impacted.
New Zealand moved to the COVID-19 Protection Framework (CPF) on Friday 3rd December 2021, also known as the Traffic Light System. The traffic light settings may change depending on what action is required to protect the health system and at-risk populations. In all settings, property management services can go ahead, with some restrictions.
Moving house can be stressful and upsetting for everyone, but particularly young children, especially if they’ve previously only known one home. But with a little foresight, planning and some good old distraction techniques moving to a new home need not be traumatic.
Buying a new home often means moving to a new suburb, city or even country. It may be a new location you chose simply because you loved it, or it maybe it’s where you need to be for work or family. Whatever the reason for your change in location, it can be a little daunting finding ways to get to know the neighbourhood and have it start feeling like home.
Topics: Moving House