Brightwater Inglewood will include an 128-bed residential aged-care community, broken into 16-bed small houses where residents live together like an extended family.
Relief is on hand for some of the forgotten cohort of essential workers caught up in WA’s rental crisis, amid warnings they will be squeezed out of the market when the moratorium ends in March.
WA businesses are turning their backs on long-term office leases, saying they will “never sign one again”, as the shift to flexible co-working spaces continues to gain momentum.
In yet another sign of the mounting pressures facing WA’s bricks-and-mortar retailers, Myer has slashed its footprint at Morley.
WA’ successful handling of the pandemic has made it the “envy of the nation”, with economists tipping it will outpace growth in almost all other States and Territories.
A developer could lower the height of a shopping centre redevelopment in a leafy Perth suburb after hundreds of locals opposed the plans.
The disclosure showed sizeable debt facing the company of more than $US300 million ($386m), much of it coming due in the next four years.
The Willagee house that was once home to serial killers Catherine and David Birnie has found a new owner — and it sold for a fair discount on the asking price.
Departing Woodside boss Peter Coleman has snapped up a luxurious holiday home on the Old Dunsborough beachfront for a cool $5 million.
Australians are prioritising saving for a house over a relationship, a new survey from one of the country’s major banks has found.
Shopping centre owner Vicinity Centres has taken a $570 million hit on the value of its 60 directly-owned retail properties, with CBD centres the most impacted in the wake of COVID-19 lockdowns.
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Perth-based property manager The Agency sidelines administrators put in by former director claiming $379,000 in fees.
More than 11,000 West Australian families have built new homes with the help of the Federal Government’s $25,000 HomeBuilder grant.
Australia’s biggest mortgage wholesaler says redeployed travel funds driving home finance to record levels.
A city office building has sold for close to half its previously advertised price, in a sale which highlights a curious case of extreme conditions in Perth’s commercial property market.
The move came despite efforts to pay down debt, including a sizeable loan in the form of a convertible note subscription from WA horse breeder and investor, Bob Peters.
Figures from the Master Builders Association WA showed a more than 100 per cent increase in approvals for new homes in October, with cashed-up first-time buyers leading the charge.
The State Government received 1642 applications for the $10,000 First Home Owner Grant last month — a record for monthly applications for new-build homes and a massive 260 per cent jump from 2019.
A legal feud has broken out over what and who is to blame for raw sewage flowing into a chic Kings Square fitness centre.
Subiaco’s Vic Hotel is set to get a taste of international flair after being snapped up by the owner of South Perth’s Windsor Hotel
WA homeowners in luxury areas are seeing up to 20 per cent profit increases on their investment thanks to the growing number of buyers looking for backyard swimming pools, according to experts.
Interstate investors and superannuation syndicates are helping Perth property prices rebound, with 10 suburbs seeing double-digit quarterly price growth as buyers snap up homes sight unseen.
The Italian luxury fashion house has snuck out of the State, marking another high-end departure from Perth’s most lavish shopping strip.
Approvals for private houses had now surged 40 per cent since June.
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