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 Leanne Rhodes, Licensee of Dunsborough Settlements, gives us the break down on the crucial art of settlements. Q: What is Settlement? A: Settlement is the important final stage in the sale and purchase of a property, requiring all the general and special conditions of the contract to be satisfied. At settlement, the balance of the […]

Joe White

First home buyers are active in Perth’s property market, with data for the March 2018 quarter revealing an increase in sales for properties priced $500,000 and below. REIWA President Hayden Groves said after observing subdued first home buyer activity during the December 2017 quarter, it was pleasing to see the lower end of the market […]

Joe White

There has been remarkably little foreign investment in residential property in the South West in recent years, which is a far cry from when the Australian Dollar was at 55c to the US Dollar over a decade ago, so on the South West residential market there will be little effect. The tax will have a […]

Emma Lovell

7 ways to improve your rental application. Emma draws on her experience in the industry and has put together her 7 top tips to help improve rental applications – a must read for prospective tenants! 1. Be courteous. Especially to the receptionist We don’t mean over the top – but how you treat all members […]

David Cross

There’s no question that summer brings with it a lot of things to do in Margaret River, but there are loads of ways to indulge yourself when the cooler, cosier months of winter take hold. Here are a few of my favourites: 1.  A fine winery meal Ok, this may seem like an obvious choice, […]

David Cross

These months have to be the best time to be living in the Margaret River Wine Region, hands down. The weather is mild with light to variable winds, warmish ocean temperatures and the countryside is sprouting green after another long, dry summer. The grape harvest is in and is by all accounts shaping up to […]

Guest Blogger

In this final article in the three-part series,  Preparing Your Home For Sale, we tackle the important subject of backyards. It’s like icing on the cake!  That moment when a potential buyer, impressed with the home’s interior, steps outside to see the beautiful backyard and an abundance of lifestyle potential.  Property sold! These days, so […]

Emma Lovell
Must Do’s of Property Management March 23, 2018 Emma Lovell

Emma shares her top five tips for effective Property Management.   SET REALISTIC RENT PRICES Keep vacancies, arrears and repairs to a minimum and tenant harmony to a maximum by setting the rent at ninety five percent of the current market value. Novice residential property investors often fall into the trap of trying to obtain […]

Joe White

The Real Estate Institute of Western Australia and the State Library of Western Australia are presenting a public exhibition celebrating a century of REIWA service. REIWA CEO Neville Pozzi, said the centenary was a major milestone in the Institute’s history and he was delighted to be able to share how REIWA has grown and positively […]

Ben Jecks
The Perfect Fit February 24, 2018 Ben Jecks

Having previously worked in Real Estate and believing (to a certain extent) that all blocks were about the same, I used to think that in terms of building it was just a matter of a sand pad and then start construction. As simple as that. BUT when I left the industry to work with Dale […]