11th August, 2016
While the traditional ‘Australian dream’ might be a backyard, many of us prefer smaller, more practical living spaces and have fallen in love with one bedroom apartments.
With more and more Perthites flocking to high-density housing, it could be your time to de-clutter and embrace a new sustainable beginning, too.
Tyron Hyde, owner and director at Washington Brown, one of Australia’s largest quantity surveying companies, said many property investors did not understand they could claim depreciation on their investment properties.
Many people are becoming more and more conscious of their impact on the environment and as our lives become more fast paced, we seek to reduce our ecological footprint, simplify our lives, save time and cut down on the resources we use.
The congestion on Perth roads is not just costing commuters time, it’s costing them a fortune. Perth roads are at a gridlock, with commuters spending hours stuck in traffic.
Apartment balconies are fast becoming an extension of our everyday living space. But how do you go about making this outdoor realm functional and aesthetically pleasing?
Buying an investment property is an exciting decision, but it can also be a confusing one. Are you better off buying an established home or a newly constructed one? Or should you invest in a project that’s yet to be built?
West Australians have embraced high-density living. This makes owning an apartment or two an excellent addition to your property investment portfolio. See how investors can ensure their apartment is attractive to renters.
In the past ten years the people of Perth have embraced apartment living. New developments have popped up around the city, including West Perth, East Perth, the CBD, Highgate and Leederville, as West Australians seek the cosmopolitan lifestyle
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