I really like Singleton, I built in the area and sold in last boom
This property is great, its quite close to the beach...
and Strategically not going back to 2007
Beach side, west of Mandurah Road are far more desirable suburbs due to proximity to beach. Far more potential for growth
Also look at old Halls...
If going Mandurah, always go for the beach side suburbs, west of Mandurah Road…. ie Madora Bay etc which also close to rail...
Actually more than a few re agents have told me they have people from East buying. Not surprising
Surely value/outcome is dependent on area, in particular if there is little land, built up areas …. I can not see values being an issue
So what do you think this means???
Can I use your crystal ball:p
Who knows??? We have never been down this road before
Eventually Affordability will become an issue.
It could also be market sentiment going...
You dont want to see stats from 2007 crash Perth. It will destroy
Its one reason why diversification is a good option and helps mitigate...
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We have 2 Perth threads, can they be combined???
Curious what suburbs if you care to share. Many have already moved????
Also good time to offload lemons and move on
not saying this is a lemon, but I certainly think we have seen superior growth in houses over units
Its your house who cares about PM.
Its more about the tenant being advised u are getting a valuation for refinancing and tell them u r not...
I think anyone with deep pockets….. development sites work well as you can add value and time the development to make $$$
Tell the PM that a valuer is assessing prop for refinancing
This is what I have done in past
Also used the insurance assessor. Has worked
Its coming. Markets are moving now but focus where there is little or no supply…. Boom
FOMO……. a combination of greed and fear. A heady mix.
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