Status Quo

Not much has changed from May to June in the Wembley property market. July and August traditionally are quieter months due to school holidays, winter and AFL. We should start to see greater activity into September and then the key selling time of October, November and December. I trust you will find the information provided relevent and please call if…

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Keep them busy

It’s cold, it’s wet and the kids are on holidays for two weeks. What are you going to do with them to keep them occupied and entertained during the holidays? Well we’ve come up with the five best events and activities happening in Perth during the school holidays so you don’t have to do the ground work.   Perth City’s…

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Wembley: Speculation, Sentiment vs The Facts

In this months market report I have taken a close look at the May 2014 versus May 2012 property activity in Wembley.  I must say that prior to my research I was convinced that the Wembley market had softened.  The ‘Fast Facts’ just proved that real estate is cyclical and we quickly forget where we are in the seasonality of…

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Urban on Cambridge

…Or perhaps better known to you as ‘Terminus’ which we spoke of last year. Still not sure what we are talking about? The new development in Wembley; 336 Cambridge Street aptly named ‘Urban on Cambridge’ the design looks exquisite and will bring new life to the Cambridge High Street. Six stories of residential apartments, a basement car park as well…

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What’s the Market Doing?

This is the question I am asked dozens of times a day, normally I have a very good idea! Not at the moment though. It feels a little like a washing machine cycle with each day being a bit unpredictable. With speculation on mining, interest rates, government policy, population growth, unemployment rates, job security and so on it’s no wonder…

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Where kids can be kids

What better way to celebrate the Labour Day long weekend than with a family getaway in WA’s great south west?  And I do mean get away…. away from the hustle and bustle of city life … no rushing, no timetables, no  television,  no mobile phone signal, no computers or internet access , in fact not much of anything except  time…

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Organic Escape

Imagine stepping foot into an oasis filled with lovely people, beautiful smells and an abundance of organic products, that’s exactly what walking into Bodhi J Health and Beauty Spa is all about. Greeted by the lovely receptionist and offered a glass of water while I wait and fill out a consultation form I am seated in a comfortable seat able…

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Wembley Property Ladder – Supply & Demand

One of the major drivers in any economic environment is Supply & Demand. Wembley has very little supply of residential houses for sale and has in fact only 25% of the same time in 2012. There is much speculation as to what will happen this year and with large businesses such as Toyota, Qantas and others retrenching; unemployment and job…

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The Good, the Bad and the Indifferent

There’s nothing quite like the anticipation of planning a really special evening with your partner on Valentine’s Day… That’s just what my wife, Nicole, and I did to celebrate February 14th this month. After hearing some excellent reports about the food and atmosphere at Bistro Guillaumeat Crown Casino, we decided to splurge a little and booked ourselves in for dinner…

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From Lake Monger to the Paris Marathon?

One of the things I love most about the work I do, is the opportunity it gives me to meet and get to know a large cross section of talented and interesting people in and around the Wembley area.  Sue Anderson from The Fitness Factor is definitely one of those. I first met Sue a few years ago when I…

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