Residents exit Western Australia as the market tries to anticipate the bottom of the cycle
Perth is predicted to remain down in the dumps in the near future, experiencing negative growth for at least another 12 months
There’s potential for investors willing to play the waiting game
Declines seem to finally be easing following the resources slump
Economic and developmental issues prevent the capital’s recovery
First home buyers capitalise on affordable properties
Prices fell over the September 2016 quarter, plunging Perth to its lowest point since 2013
Property in Western Australia continues to suffer as rents and property values fall, but a highly segmented market brings hope
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