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The Corelogic Datasets Capturing The Coronavirus Shift

The Corelogic Datasets Capturing The Coronavirus Shift

The past four weeks have seen rapid declines in the cash rate, several changes to fiscal and monetary policy, and a complete halt in business activity across specific industry sectors. As daily updates roll out, enquiries around the state of the housing market have...

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Tips for first-home buyers who are building new

Tips for first-home buyers who are building new

Buying your first home is one of life’s milestones. Those who build new have an extra layer of satisfaction because they get a say in how the home will look without having to renovate. As with any first step, things might feel a little daunting initially, said...

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WA Property Outlook Positive Although Residential Growth Lags

WA Property Outlook Positive Although Residential Growth Lags

West Australian property industry participants do not share the confidence of their interstate counterparts about a residential housing market recovery, according to the latest ANZ/Property Council Survey for the March 2020 quarter. The survey, conducted between...

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Perth’s top selling suburbs in 2019 revealed

Perth’s top selling suburbs in 2019 revealed

According to the latest reiwa.com data, Perth’s top selling suburbs for 2019 was led by Lakelands which saw a 36 per cent increase in sales activity and Wembley which was the quickest suburb to sell, taking 39 days on average to secure a sale.

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How Property Developers Can Find Success in a Softening Market

How Property Developers Can Find Success in a Softening Market

Despite the current marketing softening, there is still space for developers and investors to find solid returns if they're strategic with their timing, planning and partnerships. Australia’s property markets are in the middle of a softening period, but Dominique...

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Stamp Duty Concession For Seniors a No Brainer

Stamp Duty Concession For Seniors a No Brainer

In a struggling economy, many are finding it hard to enter or move within the property market. REIWA together with other property associations, has asked the Western Australian Government to provide a concession on stamp duty for people over 65 who wish…

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