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TO fans of hit television series My Kitchen Rules, it will be no surprise that Stefania Muscara has an extra special kitchen in her home. more »
WITH buyers increasingly focused on the connectivity of a residential development when purchasing, Mirvac’s latest land release in Meadow Springs is luring those looking for amenities within walking or easy driving distance. more »
AFTER being named Australia’s Best Residential Development at the Urban Development Institute of Australia’s National Awards in March, Capricorn Yanchep is celebrating another achievement. more »
FLOREAT is enjoying an urban renewal boom, according to Acton North managing director Travis Coleman. more »
WEBB & Brown-Neaves latest display home, the Etesian, is now open in Iluka. more »
PERTH’S property market has seen a resurgence in apartment developments, particularly in inner city and adjacent areas, according to Propell National Valuers. more »
LJ Hooker has expanded its profile south of the Canning River, with licensee Victor Paz opening a new branch in Shelley. more »
INDEPENDENT property group the Property Club is calling for more stock from Perth builders and developers as it experiences a chronic shortage of new investment properties. more »
PEARD & Associates has been officially recognised as the most successful real estate office in WA by the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia (REIWA). more »
THE Satterley Property Group and the home building industry are offering a breakthrough range of genuine incentives to attract WA’s reluctant buyers back into the market place. more »
STAGE 2 sales at Queens Park development Q Central have been launched following the announcement that one of the homes will raise money for WA-based charity Cystic Fibrosis WA. more »
AUSTRALAND will pay the first 12 months’ worth of interest for selected residential blocks purchased at the Port Coogee waterfront estate. more »
DISCUSSION of the proposed carbon tax is inescapable, but a wealth of information does not mean that homeowners understand the potential impact it may have, technical development manager of eTool Richard Haynes says. more »
THE Housing Industry Association recently announced the launch of the Urban Development Program Online: State of Land and Housing Supply – a long-awaited facility for the residential construction industry. more »
GENERATION Y first-home buyers are targeting investment properties as they enter the real estate market, Loan Market chief operating officer Dean Rushton says. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Rosanna Candler with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Rosanna Candler with this week's Dog Refuge update.