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Andrew Forrest’s Minderoo Group sustained $450m Roe Highway park dream

Andrew Forrest’s Minderoo Group has emerged as the biggest partner in the $450 million Roe Highway Logistics Park, opened today. It is the Minderoo Group’s first foray into industrial property and its chief investment officer John Hartman said it was pleased to have “exposure to the recovering...

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March 06, 2019
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Forbes, NY Times Names Perth Top Global Destination

A decade-long urban development boom has reinvigorated Perth and put it on the global map, with both Forbes and the NY Times recognising Perth as must-see destination. Australia’s oft-forgotten west coast capital has been ranked 11th in the world’s top 14 destinations for 2019, according to Forb...

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February 25, 2019
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New analysis predicts WA property set for upswing

The West Australian residential housing market is likely to make a comeback in the next 12 to 18 months, new analysis of WA property market cycles over the past 30 years shows. The research, based on three decades of Australian Bureau of Statistics data and analysed by the Urban Development Institut...

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February 14, 2019
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Perth rental prices are rising faster than Sydney and Melbourne

fPerth house rents recorded the strongest growth in the nation during the December quarter signalling a market turnaround, a new report shows. The city’s house rents also increased annually for the first time in half a decade, adding 2.9 per cent over the year and the same amount over the quarter ...

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February 04, 2019
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Perth vacancy rate drops below three per cent in December quarter

The Perth rental market continued its recovery in the December 2018 quarter, with the vacancy rate declining to 2.8 per cent.  REIWA President Damian Collins said the Perth vacancy rate was the lowest it had been in more than five years.  “The last time the Perth vacancy rate was this lo...

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February 04, 2019
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Perth housing market slide to end in 2019 as mining economy rebounds

The Western Australian economy and in particular the mining sector will hold the key to any improvement in the Perth housing market in 2019, after another sharp fall in values over the past 12 months. Figures from CoreLogic show Perth dwelling values fell 4.7 per cent over 2018 to be down more than ...

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January 30, 2019
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Perth property most affordable in more than two decades

The Perth property market is at its most affordable in more than two decades, as falling prices and wage growth make entry into the housing market easier for Perth families. Housing Industry Association figures show that Perth remains the most affordable market of any of Australia’s capital cities...

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January 23, 2019
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Design trends to keep an eye on!

With the new year on the horizon, it’s time to take a look at the home design trends that are set to be big in 2019! From calming colour palettes to statement pieces in unusual places, home renovating and design platform Houzz have compiled a list of the homes and interior trends that they think&h...

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December 20, 2018
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Keystart gets $421 million boost

The McGowan Government will extend the loan book of the State's highly successful Keystart scheme by $420.9 million, as part of a suite of measures to improve housing affordability for Western Australians. Premier Mark McGowan announced the extension today ahead of the State Government's Mid-Year Re...

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December 06, 2018
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House price rise on cards as economy, confidence improving

Premier Mark McGowan has this message for West Australians: buy a house now because the good times are coming back. Exactly one year after The Sunday Times heralded early signs of life for WA’s stagnant economy, the results are in — and they are conclusive. Data released on Friday showed the Sta...

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November 18, 2018
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