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Australia’s cheapest (and most expensive) suburbs revealed

Rent.com.au has ranked the top 10 most affordable and most expensive suburbs by state, as well as those suburbs which sit around the median...

Public transport holds key to apartment buying: national survey

Western Australian Housing Minister Peter Tinley has released a national survey of 3,312 apartment owners and occupiers that revealed 50 per cent of those in WA cited proximity to public transport as the main reason for buying their homes.

New laws in WA to help victims of family violence end...

New laws in Western Australia will make it easier for people escaping family violence to “break” their leases. Via The Conversation, by Eileen Webb (Professor, School of...

Report recommends more multi-residential construction in WA

Western Australia's housing construction activity will remain flat in 2018-19, with a subdued recovery expected to continue next year and into 2020-21, a leading...

Strata reforms pass in Western Australia

Western Australia's new Strata Titles Amendment Bill 2018 and the Community Titles Act 2018 will make redevelopment of ageing apartment buildings easier, according to the...

Tiny home prompts larger discussion about housing choices

A tiny home will hit the road tomorrow as part of a public campaign to raise awareness of housing choice in Western Australia. Housing Minister...

Some states do better than others on affordable housing

Doing something about improving housing affordability, particularly for people on low and moderate incomes, is difficult for Australian politicians. By Steven Rowley - Director, Australian Housing...

Who is responsible for pool care, landlords or tenants?

Reader Question "In WA, who is required to maintain a swimming pool to a reasonable standard? I was concerned at the state of the pool...

I’ve lost power in my rental, what now?

Reader Question:  "What do I need to do when I lose power to my rental property?" Power out We asked Director at Response Fire and Electrical Services,...

The poorest households lack solar panels

Many Western Australian householders are living in “energy poverty”, according to our new Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre research report, Power to the People: WA’s...