Corona Virus (COVID-19)

At Raine & Horne Commercial WA, we are thinking of all of the people who have been affected by COVID-19, and we appreciate the healthcare workers, local communities, and governments around the world who are on the front line working to contain this coronavirus. Please know that we are vigilantly monitoring the COVID-19 situation around the clock and intend to keep our clients and tenants updated in every way we can.

Our commercial office is still open for business however we are exercising precautions and limiting our face to face interactions.

Good news we can still assist you with your property needs via by private inspections, virtual property tours,  virtual property appraisals and online/digital meetings.

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Raine & Horne Commercial WA - COVID-19 Response (Jan 2022)

With the impending opening of Western Australian borders, and recent local community transmission events of the Omicron variant, Raine & Horne Commercial WA are taking steps designed to minimise disruption to our property and management clients as much as is possible.

In the interests of protecting the health of all our staff members and their families, in turn ensuring we can provide uninterrupted service to our clients, we have implemented several measures designed to minimise the risk of an office wide outbreak of one of the COVID variants.

These measures are based on best practices as per the most recent advice from the Health Department of Western Australia.

Raine & Horne Commercial WA has split our entire staff into two separate groups who will be required to maintain strict and complete social distancing from one another until further notice.

These two teams will be working in the office on alternate weeks, and from home the remainder of the time to ensure continuity of business.

We will also increase the regular cleaning and sanitisation of our offices, have ordered bulk stocks of N95 mask, PPE, and rapid antigen tests for staff. All staff have been directed to remain home, should they experience any symptoms that may be associated with COVID-19.

We anticipate some delays and staff shortages, particularly from our suppliers, during peak periods of the outbreak, primarily affecting reactive maintenance.   

We are therefore are taking steps to attempt to reduce the impact of this by proactively programming as much scheduled maintenance ahead of the peak period as possible, and leveraging our close contacts with multi-discipline building maintenance providers to ensure they have staffing levels required to react as and when required.

This will be a challenging time as we navigate ‘the new normal’ and appreciate your patience and understanding.

Should you have any queries or concerns, please feel free to reach out to your Property Manager or Sales & Leasing Agent.