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Joe White
Bushfires – Shed Some Light: Part 2 November 27, 2017 Joe White

The Importance of Reducing Fuel Loadings Much of the vegetated areas between Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin are carrying long unburnt and very heavy fuels which in the event of a bushfire will produce fast moving and high intensity fire behaviour. There is much the land owner can do to reduce the hazards and fire […]

Joe White
Bushfires – Shed Some Light: Part 1 November 7, 2017 Joe White

Protecting Your Property and Family From a Bushfire The biggest single threat to lives, property and the environment in certain parts of the Capes Region, is from bushfires. There are many dwellings located on bush blocks or in parts of townships that would be highly vulnerable in the event of a bushfire. Given the large […]

Michael Mort

Why Property Buyers are ‘Born to Shop’! How many buyers buy the first property they see? I can tell you it rarely happens, as most buyers stay on agent’s books or databases for weeks, months or even years. By the time the buyers are ready to make a commitment, they know exactly what their money […]

Michael Mort

Here are Michael Mort’s tips to keep in mind when pricing your home for sale with JMW Real Estate. 1. THE WAITING GAME Normally if a property is really overpriced, buyers just sit back and wait to see what happens. If they have been looking around long enough to be ready to commit themselves, they […]

Michael Mort
Business of Real Estate Conference October 8, 2017 Michael Mort

Earlier this month Joe White, Ben Jecks, Wendy White, Cheryl Mort and myself travelled to the Gold Coast to attend the 4th Annual Business of Real Estate Conference. The event bought together approximately 220 Principals from around Australia and New Zealand. The conference was held over three days at the QT Hotel in Surfers Paradise, and was presented […]

Guest Blogger
Upcoming Quindalup Auction October 4, 2017 Guest Blogger

Tom Esze will be heading up the JMW Real Estate auction on 15th October at 7 Pine Court, Quidalup. Tom is a very well-known award winning auctioneer, including the 2015 winner of the REIWA State Auctioneering Championship and with over 3,000 auctions under his belt, Tom is perfectly placed to put this home under the […]

Michael Mort

Property sellers often want to know how to respond to a buyer’s first offer, while buyers also want to know what sort of offer to make. It can seem pretty daunting at times, but interestingly enough its not always what it appears when you’re thick in property negotiations. Here’s what I mean. Contrary to what most […]

Michael Mort

Prospective buyers sometimes say they feel their privacy is being invaded when agents ask for their name, mobile and/or email address. They are concerned that the agent will call and pressure them to purchase a property that they don’t want and make no mistake, there are agents out there who operate this way! But the […]

Guest Blogger

You may see a property listed on our website as “For Sale by Offers to Purchase”. This is just one of the methods our clients, in consultation with us, choose to sell their property. Where the agency believes that there would be reasonably strong demand for the property and to achieve the highest possible price for […]

Ben Jecks

Procedures for approval of unauthorised building works, outbuildings, sheds, patios, carports, swimming pools. General Procedure: 1. Obtain a Certificate of Building Compliance from a Building Surveyor Contractor 2. Lodge an Application for Building Approval Certificate with the local Permit Authority/Council Certificate of Building Compliance: Form BA18 (By Building Surveyor Contractor) Certificate of Building Compliance to include […]