The regional housing boom shows no sign of abating, with some areas hugely outperforming the eye-watering price growth in capital cities.
Rebecca Le May
Demand for new land in Perth continues to grow, according to the latest statistics released by UDIA WA.
As we approach the festive season, it is important to keep in mind those vulnerable Western Australians who find this time of year especially challenging.
A waterfront property perfectly placed at Ascot Waters Marina, this three-bedroom, three-bathroom home on a mere 306sqm block is packed to the brim with features.
UDIA WA, along with our research partner Urbis, recently undertook the Home Purchasing Sentiment survey, where we asked respondents for their thoughts on the property market.
Strategically located, 157 Ninth Avenue in Inglewood is an investor’s dream address.
The pandemic has had an impact on almost every aspect of our lives, including the way we choose to live.
Built circa 1922, this four-bedroom, two-bathroom character-oozing Wembley property has hit the market for the first time since 1966.
There is a lot of advice out there for first homebuyers, but for first homesellers it can be just as daunting a prospect to choose your first selling agent.
While you have probably heard of or know someone who has paid way above the asking price to secure a property in the booming market, the strategy of offering the most money doesn’t always guarantee success.
Located within walking distance to schools, parks and a vibrant residential community, DevelopmentWA are pleased to announce the release of 23 new residential lots at Champion Lakes.
Perfectly placed in a quiet Duncraig cul-de-sac, 40 Amaroo Place sticks to simplicity and bags full of natural light for the ideal, low-maintenance abode.
Only two residences remain in this boutique development of four luxury terrace-style homes – both maximising natural light and boasting plenty of space for entertaining.
Customer reviews are playing a key role in whether Australians decide to engage with a local business or not, a recent report has found.
Perth is in an unprecedented high-end boom - but the luxury abodes are getting further out of reach for most people.
Buying a house is a significant financial investment and many buyers get thorough building reports to find out if their new home has any issues.
Positioned in one of the most unique and prestigious locations in the area, 21 Angwin Street, East Fremantle is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a characterful home bursting with charm.
In a building industry full of contracts and fine print, a handshake, face-to-face meeting or even a builder who returns client’s calls can be a rare find.
Giorgi Exclusive Homes
Iris Residential is a Western Australian-based property developer appealing to owner-occupiers who enjoy an easy, laid-back lifestyle.
Construction is set to begin soon on Norup + Wilson’s much-anticipated Grandton Applecross development, with the aim to re-imagine seniors living.
Norup + Wilson
“From a builder’s perspective, the market has actually been surprisingly buoyant.”
Finbar Director and Chief Operations Officer Ronald Chan says WA should expect a flood of people back into the property market.
If you have your eye on a home built or renovated before the mid-1980s, there’s a strong chance it contains some asbestos.
This Applecross property comes with panoramic views of the Swan River and the Perth CBD, soaking up all there is to love about our beautiful city.
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