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Future bright for first homebuyers

Potential first homebuyers across the country rejoiced when legislation implementing the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme was passed by the Federal Government last month. The scheme will allow 10,000 eligible first homebuyers to secure a loan with a five per cent deposit and no lenders mortgage insura...

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November 18, 2019
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2019 HIA TRUECORE® steel Perth Housing Awards

The HIA Perth Housing Awards were on Saturday, October 19th. RBWA had 2 client homes win their categories and were also finalists for Project Home of the year. This is a great result for Residential Building WA. The team is so proud to be acknowledged for building quality award-winning homes for our...

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October 24, 2019
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Perth rent prices record strongest annual growth in six years

LISA CALAUTTI JOURNALIST OCT 10, 2019 Perth tenants should prepare for potential rent rises with median house rents experiencing their strongest annual growth rate in more than six years, new figures show. Median asking rents for Perth houses grew 5.7 per cent in the year to September to $370 per we...

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October 10, 2019
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BRING BACK HOME GRANT

The West Australian 10 Oct 2019 KIM MACDONALD WA’s peak real estate lobby group is calling for the reintroduction of the $7000 first home owner grant in a bid to end WA’s longest property downturn in history. The Real Estate Institute of WA called for the grant as part of a six-point plan to kic...

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October 10, 2019
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2019 Telethon Home by New Level Built for the family.

The designers at New Level Homes understand family. That’s why the 2019 Telethon home is the perfect oasis for the whole family. A mix of modern open planned living and traditional private spaces create the right balance of family and personal space in this year’s home. The family that will call...

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September 13, 2019
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Housing Construction Set to Pick Up 55pc by 2023: BIS

With economists largely in agreement that the property market is levelling out, the focus has now turned to how quickly housing construction will turnaround as prices pick up. Research house BIS Oxford Economics has forecast the next housing construction peak within five years, with strong populati...

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July 31, 2019
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Glimmer of hope emerges for residential building

Western Australia’s housing sector has been rated as the least healthy in the nation, however, the Housing Industry Association [6]'s twice-yearly Housing Scorecard is starting to indicate the market may be turning. The HIA said WA’s housing industry had been ranked in the bottom two states for ...

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July 25, 2019
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Buyers ‘Spurred On’ by Market Bottom: Domain

Sydney’s property price falls slowed in the June quarter, while Melbourne’s median house and unit price increased, a move marking the first uptick in value since late 2017 for the Victorian capital. The slowing rate of property price falls, strengthening clearance rates and g...

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July 25, 2019
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Australia’s Most Expensive Capital City to Rent a House Might Surprise You

When it comes to the nation's most expensive capital city to rent a house, Sydney takes second place in what may come as a surprise to some, with Canberra crowned as Australia's most expensive capital. While Domain’s rental report shows Canberra remains as the nation's most expensive cap...

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July 17, 2019
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