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Call for commitment to housing

AS WA seeks to rebuild after the mining boom housing stands out as the industry to generate economic activity, take on trades and supply families with homes, says the Housing Industry Association. The association’s executive director John Gelavis called on ...

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Glen Forrest home spacious and modern

IF you want a big home with somewhere to entertain outdoors as well as a workshop to tinker around in this Glen Forrest home could suit. The five-bedroom, two-bathroom home designed by Gemmil has about 300sqm living area. The kitchen ...

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HIA welcomes housing focus

CHANGES to the Turnbull ministry announced on January 18 show the Federal Government is committed to focus more on housing, according to the Housing Industry Association. The association’s industry policy chief executive Kristin Brookfield said it welcomed the appointment of ...

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Parkerville home family friendly

BUSHLAND views and walks, a parents’ retreat, open plan living area, children’s wing and established gardens are some of the attractions of this family friendly Parkerville home. The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home has wrap around verandas and a big entertaining patio ...

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Entertainer has room for children

ARCHITECTURALLY designed this Helena Valley home has open plan living, attractive entertainment options and plenty of room for growing children. Built on a 2000sqm block the luxuriously appointed home with elevated ceilings has a 467sqm footprint. The five-bedroom, two-bathroom home ...

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Jane Brook Home has charm

IN Jane Brook on a big block this four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is reminiscent of the Federation era with high ceilings and a wide hallway with double French doors. The Dale Alcock home sits on a 1005sqm block in a tree-lined ...

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Changes to auctioneer laws

CONSUMER Protection is seeking public comment as part of a review of the laws covering the licensing and conduct of auctioneers in WA. Consumer Protection acting commissioner David Hillyard said under the Auction Sales Act, auctioneer licences are issued by ...

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Boost for housing

THE Property Council of Australia WA has welcomed Keystart lending changes and the first homebuyer boost, announced by the State Government. In late December Premier Colin Barnett said Keystart’s metropolitan income limits would be increased by $20,000, in a move ...

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ON a 1ha block this High Wycombe home is close to all the up-and-coming action in the Shire of Kalamunda. The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is about 800m from the proposed Forrestfield train station. With the relevant local government approval, the ...

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Viveash home close to river

IN Viveash on an 814sqm block this home is close to the Swan River, parkland, schools and shops. The four-bedroom, one-bathroom home has open living areas and with the warmer summer days here now there is a below ground swimming ...

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