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New off the plan laws

THE State Government says it has passed laws supporting the release of new subdivisions onto the property market while also protecting buyers. Lands Minister Terry Redman said the Sale of Land Amendment Act 2016 clarified the obligations of developers and ...

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Hazelmere home with a big backyard

BUILT on a 2973sqm block this four-bedroom, two-bathroom Hazelmere home has a big backyard with plenty of room for children to play. Agent Ivan Valkoff said the home would suit a growing family and the big block had great investment ...

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Mundaring’s very own Araluen

HIDDEN in central Mundaring this 1.9ha block has a main home, studio cottage, a small writer’s cottage, potter’s shed, powered workshop and manicured grounds with a mature botanical garden. Built in red brick and iron the main house and the ...

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Agent and son acted ‘deceitfully’

A FORMER York real estate agent and his son have been found to have engaged in misleading conduct after a land deal resulted in a $6 million profit for family members. Consumer Protection acting commissioner David Hillyard said the State ...

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Swan View home well located

THERE is plenty to like about this well-maintained four-bedroom, two-bathroom Swan View home, which has never been on the market before. Built on a 702sqm block the double brick home has a neutral colour scheme and plenty of living space ...

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Terrace apartments sell fast

FIVE apartments remain for sale in Willing Property’s new $11.5 million Terrace House development in historic Guildford. Willing Property founder Tim Willing said the fact that 17 of the 22 apartments had sold showed that even in challenging market conditions, ...

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Entertain in Hollywood style

THE grand entrance of this four-bedroom, two-bathroom Swan View home gives the property plenty of street appeal. Inside the home is very impressive as well starting with the entrance hallway with big timber doors and a grand reception area. Built ...

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Confidence in property market rises

THE latest survey of business sentiment across the WA property industry has revealed the first significant increase in confidence after more than three years of steady decline, according to the Property Council WA. The council’s executive director Lino Iacomella said ...

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Semi-rural feel but close to the city

BUILT on a 10,579sqm block this Gooseberry Hill home has a semi-rural feel despite being less than 30 minutes from the Perth central business district. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home with a study also has a powder room off the open ...

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Gidgegannup spa retreat

WITH summer looming this Gidgegannup home has a great outdoor spot overlooking the gardens where you can relax after a soak in the spa or a dip in the swimming pool. The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home has open plan living, a ...

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