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Report positive about infill

THE Property Council’s newly launched report, #designperth, gives developers a new tool in helping overcome community and government fears about infill development. Property Council WA executive director Lino Iacomella said #designperth, a joint study with the Australian Greens, CODA Architecture ...

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Northam outperforms metro area

NORTHAM is one of the regional areas to experience positive overall price growth in the March quarter outperforming the Perth metropolitan area as the regions recover from the seasonal impacts of the December quarter. Real Estate Institute of Western Australia ...

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Kalamunda unit has charm and beauty

CLOSE to Kalamunda this three-bedroom, two-bathroom strata unit would suit anyone wanting to downsize or even a young family looking for a practical and low maintenance home. Public transport is nearby as are shops, cafes, restaurants, schools and parks. Built ...

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Wattle Grove home packed with features

AS you enter this fully renovated Wattle Grove property you instantly get a glimpse of what is to come in this spacious four-bedroom, two-bathroom home complete with a granny flat. Walking along the veranda you pass the separate entry to ...

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Spacious home ready for new family

LOCATED in Greemount this quality three-bedroom, two-bathroom home is situated on 1130sqm block. When you enter the home you have the entrance leading off to the study and then the French doors into the formal lounge and separate dining room. ...

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Swan View home has opulent interior

THE curved windows at the front of this Swan View home hint at the opulent interior, which is enhanced by high ceilings and quality window treatments. Designed to be wheelchair friendly the home’s wider than normal doors and passageways add ...

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Land tax still an issue

THE state bodies representing real estate agents and property developers have welcomed some aspects of the State Budget while saying the government had not addressed some important issues. The Real Estate Institute of Western Australia said the State Government had ...

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WA new home starts fall by 23.5 per cent

AUSTRALIAN Bureau of Statistics housing finance figures released before the WA State Budget showed lending to investors for new housing fell during the March quarter according to the Housing Industry Association. WA executive director John Gelavis said the number of ...

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Glen Forrest home ideal for family

THE street appeal of this traditional homestead-style Glen Forrest home is increased due to the elegant cast iron lace corners on its bullnose verandas. The five-bedroom, two-bathroom home, which also has a Grecian-style gazebo at one end of the below ...

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