The reintroduction of coronavirus restrictions has led to the cancellation of in-person open for inspections and auctions in Bendigo until at least February 18.
Premier Daniel Andrews' announcement of a five-day "circuit breaker" lockdown for Victoria meant dozens of scheduled open for inspections have been called off.
Real Estate Institute of Victoria Bendigo branch chair Matt Bowles said while the cancellation was disappointing, the industry understood and accepted that matters of public health and safety are a priority.
"Our industry has adjusted to whatever has been thrown at us throughout this pandemic," Mr Bowles said.
"The strength and resilience that has been a trademark of the local property market will hopefully continue to serve vendors, buyers and agents well."
The real estate industry negotiated a disrupted year in 2020, with many open for inspections and auctions taking place remotely or by appointment.
Despite that, real estate agents have consistently reported a high volume of enquiries for land sales, established homes and rental properties, with recent data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics supporting their claims.
The ABS revealed that Bendigo is on track for a record number of building approvals in the 2020/21 financial year, with 585 approvals recorded in just six months.
For property listings, check out Real Estate View, published every Friday and Saturday in the Bendigo Advertiser, or visit realestateview.com.au
The Bendigo Advertiser wishes to clarify that inspections listed in today's Real Estate View guide will no longer proceed, in accordance with lockdown regulations.
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