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.
The REIWA welcomes the new WA Cabinet under the leadership of premier-elect Mark McGowan
The new Western Australian government must tackle housing affordability, says Hayden Groves, president of the REIWA.
In the lead up to Western Australia's election this Saturday, the REIWA has campaigned for policy reforms aimed at alleviating the financial burden of state property taxes.
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.
Neville Pozzi, CEO of the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia, shares his insights gained over 40 years in the real estate industry.
REIWA is disappointed with Labor’s announcement yesterday that they will introduce a new property tax on foreign buyers if elected to government on 11 March.
REIWA president Hayden Groves says the WA Liberal government's commitment not to increase or introduce new state taxes will be a welcome relief for WA home buyers and property investors.
Six out of 12 regional centres across WA experienced positive median house price growth in the December quarter 2016.
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