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  • Summer by the Beach

    From Deb’s Desk Peppermint Grove and Swanbourne were the star performers of the western suburbs in real estate terms over the previous 12 months according to Real Estate Institute of WA figures just released. The Grove comfortably outstripped its neighbours recording a sold 5.8% average increase compared to a 3% … Read more

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  • Bi Monthly Market Update | A Santa Claus rally?

    A Santa Claus rally? US Manufacturing and housing data exceeded expectations giving the DOW Jones a lift. Year on year, the index is up 22.4%. The NADAQ has risen 33.8% this year, so no wonder the ASX is introducing our own Tech Index (the S&P ALLTech) in early 2020. After inching close … Read more

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  • Spring into life!

    From Deb’s desk Spring has sprung in a big way with temperatures creeping into the 30s on some days already and clear blue skies over seriously good recent waves at Cottesloe Beach. During school holidays the local grommets have been out in force at Cove, while their dads (and grandads) … Read more

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  • Bi Monthly Market Update | Stamp duty relief….for some

    Stamp duty relief….for some There appear to be some positives in the US-China trade talks, although there’s still significant uncertainty around Boris Johnson’s latest Brexit dilemma. Our equity market is looking expensive trading at 16.5 times forecast earnings and industrial stocks at 24 times or 30% above the all-time averages. Hence a number of … Read more

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  • From Federal Government to Ray White Cottesloe I Mosman Park

    FOR SOME, the match between an employee and employer is simply meant to be, but for former scientist Jen Lowe, the chemistry with Ray White was too hard to resist. With a PhD in science from Curtin University, having worked under the Howard Government and carried out research at Australia’s … Read more

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  • Bi Monthly Market Update | Consumption starting to kick

    Consumption starting to kick There are some positive signs on the horizon with the US-China trade talks. There is no clarity on Brexit. The RBA minutes suggested another rate cut in 2019. Our market was up on this news with the S&P ASX 200 closing at 6695.3 yesterday. It is now … Read more

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  • Off-market sales the big trend in high value property

    From Deb’s desk While the Perth property market appears to be stubbornly resisting all attempts to rebound off it’s historical lows, I’m pleased to say that years of providing personal, professional service in the Cottesloe | Swanbourne neighbourhood is resulting in an upsurge of off-market sales through Ray White Cottesloe … Read more

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