REIWA has released its latest research data which shows that Mandurah is Western Australia’s top searched suburb for rentals. According to REIWA President Damian Collins, the list was quite diverse, as it featured seven suburbs from within the Perth region and three regional towns. See the full article from REIWA here… https://reiwa.com.au/about-us/news/tenant-hotspots–wa-s-10-top-searched-suburbs-for-rentals-revealed/
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The Real Estate Institute of WA (REIWA) has released its latest research revealing Perth’s 10 Highest Growth Suburbs in 2018. Madora Bay defied the trend to record significant median price growth. The Mandurah beach side suburb took out 2nd place with a growth of 28.7% bringing the median house price value to $560,000.
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The latest REIWA forecast for the 2019 property market shows stability in the sales sector with rental prices increasing. This is great news for sellers and buyers alike. A stable market creates a level playing field for both buyers and sellers. Sellers can gauge a more accurate estimation of their property’s value and buyers can buy with confidence, knowing that their new investment isn’t going to depreciate in value. Whilst this forecast focuses on the Perth housing market, regional sectors such as Mandurah and the Peel Region tend to follow suit. REIWA Stable property market conditions expected in WA in 2019
On Saturday 4th August, Florida Beach Land Estate released 6 exclusive new blocks for sale. These homesites range in size from 560sqm to 680sqm with frontages up to 20m wide. One of the blocks is directly opposite a beautiful landscaped park, and all are just a short stroll to Florida Beach and quality private and public schools. Prices range from $155,000 to $165,000 and all blocks come with generous early building incentives including a free fencing and landscaping package. Of the six homesites for sale, four were snapped up on the day of the release showing a clear demand for larger sized land parcels that are close to the beach. There are currently still two very nice building blocks available so if you’re a first home buyer or are just looking for a quiet beachside suburb to build, be quick to secure one of the last blocks available. Call Barry Mitting on 0474 440 666. http://www.floridabeach.com.au/lots-for-sale-stage-14b.aspx
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H&N Perry would like to welcome Beyond Bank to their new premises at 4, 319 Pinjarra Road, Mandurah. Beyond Bank were formerly located on the other side of Pinjarra Road and have now moved across to join other successful businesses such as DB Dental, Guitar World and H&R Block Tax Accountants.
Beyond Bank are different to most banks in that they are 100% owned by their customers. They use profits to benefit their customers and the community by offering rewards such as lower lending rates, higher investment rates, lower fees and community support. Some of the services on offer at Beyond Bank are personal banking, business banking, financial planning, insurance plans, credit cards, car loans, personal loans and home loans.
Beyond Bank are easy to find with their vivid purple signage. Their new premises is directly across from the new Mandurah Forum Shopping Centre development. It’s easy to access directly from Pinjarra Road and there is plenty of customer parking available. If you’ve been looking for a bank that’s beyond compare, visit Beyond Bank Mandurah. We wish them every success in their new premises.
H&N Perry are responsible for the management of many properties along Pinjarra Road, from Number 14 in Mandurah City Centre right up to Number 595 in Barragup. We are Mandurah’s leading property managers with over 60 years experience in the Peel Region. If you’re looking for a professional management team for your commercial investment, call H&N Perry on 9535 1822.
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H&N Perry would like to thank our Landlords for their continued loyalty by offering them the chance to win a night at Crown Perth.
Our Property Managers work hard to achieve the maximum possible rental income with the least amount of hassle for our property owners. Using state of the art computer programs, we find pre-approved, quality tenants and supply our owners with Inspection Reports complete with photographs and Owner’s Statements – all delivered promptly by email.
To show our appreciation to all of our Landlords, both residential and commercial, H&N Perry are putting you into the draw to win a night at Crown Perth. All new Management Authorities that are signed before 31st July 2016 will also go into the draw. You will receive one entry for every property that we manage, so the more properties that you have managed by H&N Perry, the more chances you’ll have to win! The lucky winner will enjoy an evening at Crown Perth, renowned for its casino, world class restaurants, nightclub and theatres.
Is your Property Manager doing the best job for you? H&N Perry are Mandurah’s leading office in residential and commercial property management. For more information on how H&N Perry can help you manage your investment, call Jan Wiley on 9535 1822 or call into our waterfront office at 54 Mandurah Terrace, Mandurah.
Take a look at Crown Perth here… https://www.crownperth.com.au/
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H&N Perry would like to welcome Extreme RC World who just opened last week at their new store – 12, 4 Guava Way, Halls Head!
If you’re looking for something fun, Extreme RC World are a brand new store store to Mandurah that specialise in remote control drones, boats, planes, helicopters, drift cars and truggies. They also supply spares, kits and can assist with repairs and advice. They are a locally owned family business who guarantee their customer service. As an opening special, Extreme RC World are offering their customers 20% OFF EVERYTHING! (28th May – 4th June). Keep an eye out for their ‘shopadocket’ specials.
The new store is located at the gateway to the new Halls Head Shopping Centre on Guava Way. This high profile position provides a steady flow of customers using other nearby businesses such as The Peel Alehouse, Jones & Co Hair & Beauty, Halls Head Fish and Chips, Perfect Pizza, Red Rooster, Peel Flower House, Khatoon Supermarket and Champagne Travel. The air-conditioned shop is spacious with plenty of room to display their wide range of stock and plenty of parking for customers nearby.
It’s great to see new businesses start in Mandurah and Extreme RC World will be a real asset to the Peel community. We wish Extreme RC World every success in their new venture.
The entire complex of retail outlets along Guava Way is managed by H&N Perry. We have been Mandurah’s leading property managers for over 65 years. Along with retail property management, we also manage industrial, commercial, warehouses, showrooms and office space. If your commercial property is sitting vacant, call H&N Perry on 9535 1822.
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Over the last 6 months, the Peel community has been forced to grapple with the senseless tragedy of several youth suicides within our community. These deaths have had an enormous impact not only on the families and friends of those involved, but also on the wider community as a whole.
Unfortunately, suicide is the biggest cause of death in young people in Australia. Youth who come from regional areas tend to be more at risk, with an increase in mental health problems stemming from a variety of issues such as higher unemployment, housing stress and social isolation.
The sharp increase in recent youth suicides in the Peel Region has raised awareness of mental health issues, and also the lack of resources available to our young people. Both state and federal governments have been heavily criticized for their lack of real funding to such an important social issue. Mandurah’s local business community has rallied behind this important cause showing great generosity.
Madora Bay Partnership has made an honourable donation of $25,000 to PYMS (Peel Medical Youth Services) and a further $25,000 donation to Passages Resource Centre. “As local corporate citizens, Madora Bay Partnership is keen to assist in overcoming this scourge on the young community of Peel,” said Madora Bay Partnership Director, John Perry.
PYMS require funding for their 3-Tier Youth Mental Health Program which is ready to be rolled out across schools. Passages Resource Centre assists homeless youth in finding safe accommodation. Other community support has come in the form of charity raising events such as Choirfest which involves more than 300 children holding a concert to raise money towards mental health programs. Bendigo Bank donated $2,500 towards this event and the City of Mandurah donated $2,000. There will also be a PYMS Charity Ball held on the 18th June at Bendigo Bank Stadium with all funds raised going to the PYMS 3-Tier Youth Mental Health Program.