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Call for land tax overhaul

THE State Government should introduce a fairer and more efficient tax system in the next state Budget, starting with a review of the way land tax is assessed, according to the Property Council of Australia. The council’s WA executive Joe ...

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Mt Helena home is central

ON a big block in the heart of Mt Helena this family home has wrap around verandas, a great deck for entertaining and two renovated bathrooms including one with a spa. The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home has reverse-cycle air-conditioning and a ...

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Vale and Whiteman Edge finalists in awards

DEVELOPER Stockland is a finalist in two categories of the 2016 Property Council of Australia/Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation and Excellence Awards in June. The company is a finalist in the best master planned community category for its Vale development and ...

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Classic theme a success

THE leadlight in the entry door, side panels and transom hint at the classic theme, which is used so successfully in this Mundaring home. The classic tone is continued in the entry hall with its high ceilings, decorative arch, cornices ...

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Enchanting garden in the hills

ON two titles this five-bedroom, two-bathroom Lesmurdie home has views over lush green gardens, waterfalls, ponds and a small lake, which attracts an abundance of wildlife. To enter the property, which has many nooks and crannies for adults and children ...

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Entertainment rules in Jane Brook

THERE are two outdoor entertainment areas and an indoor sauna at this Jane Brook home, which is close to modern conveniences. In a cul-de-sac on a 700sqm block the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home has an organic garden and fruit trees – ...

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Scarlet Farm has options for families

SUSTAINABLE living, activities for the children and entertaining options are all on display in this Wooroloo home. Known as Scarlet Farm the 11ha property has a mix of bush and pasture. The property has a tree-lined circular driveway, a double ...

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Housing affordability falls slightly

HOUSING affordability in Western Australia improved marginally in the December quarter, the index edging higher by 0.6 per cent compared with previous quarter. For Perth there was a marginal deterioration, its index declining by 0.3 per cent, while for the ...

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Entertainer for big family

FROM the outdoor entertainment area of this Swan View home you can watch the sunset and the city light up in the evenings. The rendered brick and tile home on a 1000sqm block has built-in bars in two living areas. ...

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Home has charm and mod cons

BUILT in 2002, this two-storey Kalamunda home has all the conveniences desired by modern homeowners from a big open plan living area, games room and home theatre to a gourmet kitchen. But the home with high ceilings, bull nose verandas ...

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