“We’re running counter-cycle to the east coast, meaning that we’re in a bit of a downturn at the moment while the east coast prices are rocketing. It’s a buyer’s market in Perth right now,” said Debra Goostrey, chief executive officer of the Urban Development Institute of Australia’s West Australian branch.
We are glad to see our Property Investment Advice is ‘on the money’, with many of the suburbs we recommended to our investors being within a stones throw of Rockingham.
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Numbeo, a website that claims to collate the world’s largest database of user-contributed data about cities and countries worldwide, now rates the West Australian capital as more expensive than Darwin, Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne for consumer goods, including groceries, restaurants, transportation and utilities.
And the list also christens Perth as the most expensive city in the southern hemisphere, with the rest of the top ten taken up by cities in Switzerland and Norway – with Trondheim classed as the most expensive place to live in the world.