"We’re regularly seeing activity levels show signs of improvement which is pleasing," says Hayden Groves, president of the REIWA.
Imposing tougher lending conditions in Western Australia could "see the green shoots that are just starting to emerge killed off", says UDIA WA CEO, Allison Hailes.
Sales volumes rose 8 per cent in the month of February, but the median house prices was down 1.3 per cent, according to the latest data from the REIWA.
Hayden Groves, president of The Real Estate Institute of Western Australia, has welcomed the Barnett Government’s announcement it will cut stamp duty for seniors by $15,000 if re-elected.
The Real Estate Institute of Western Australia has revealed the first two of four policies it hopes to get all sides of politics to agree to before the 11 March state election.
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REIWA announced the winners of the 2016 Awards for Excellence.
REIWA recognises new codes of conduct for WA property industry.
REIWA President Hayden Groves says easing property prices in Western Australia is making home ownership more accessible.
Western Australia was one of only two states in the nation to not experience a decline in home ownership between 2002 and 2014, according to the latest HILDA report.
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