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Free Coffee Friday!

Well folks, it has been a long time between espressos! Free Coffee Friday is back this week on us! Head into Social Manna this Friday 4/12 between 6.30am and 9.00am , mention us and grab your free takeaway cuppa. We are hoping to help the Social Manna crew with their The Smith Family Appeal and

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Be Prepared!

As we come to the end of an eventful year the old Boy Scout creed has never been more relevant. The post lock-down real estate glow continues in WA, with a shortage of housing stock, population pressure, cheap money and a gobsmacking rental shortage. The WA government’s conservative line on our border management has kept

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The ‘C’ Word

I promise I won’t say the C word. With that established, let’s talk about the year in real estate so far. January – WA was back! 4 years in the real estate wilderness was over. We were shaking off the dust of despair and Buyer interest and activity was excellent. February – We were rolling.

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Dirk Hartog Island 2020

July school holidays are well and truly over. Back to the books and work. With some great office support, we were lucky enough to escape the winter chill to the relative warmth of Dirk Hartog Island. Known as Wirruwanna in the local Malgana language, this is a relatively difficult place to access but well worth

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Manna For The People

“Manna For The People”. We will be making a selection of ready-made meals, good family sized portions, no fluff, no fru fru and available from our cafe for pick up from this weekend! The 1.5kg trays below are $37: Butter chicken (GF) Russian Beef Stroganoff Thai Red Beef Curry (GF) Satay Chicken Curry (GF) Conveniently

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When the shoe is on the other foot

In December 2019 we put our family home of 10 years on the market for sale. We recognized a gap in the Victoria Park market – family homes on unsubdivided blocks were hot property (I’d just sold a home around the corner for $1.35 million, off-market!). The enquiry was off the scale.Was our house being used

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Horse Whispering

It has been a while between posts. And not because nothing has been happening.In fact the contrary is true. We’ve been riding the bucking bronco of our real estate market. Sometimes hanging on for the wild ride, but often having to dig the spurs in to get some semblance of life out of a veritable

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Garden Crush

Ever since I was a child I’ve spent my time in the garden with my mum and grandmother helping and learning. I love how beautiful outdoor spaces feel and people interact with them. How families can enjoy and grow in them. How seasons change them and they evolve over time. 12 years ago we purchased

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New paddle day!

Love us good set of paddles all ready for the auction of 25 Whittlesford St, East Victoria Park next Saturday 24/8 at 11am sharp. This is an awesome opportunity for astute buyers! Read more via the link in our bio and see you there. Free coffee too – don’t miss it ☕️ #somanyinappropriatejokes #bastonandco #sellingeastvicparksellingvicpark

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When your Vendor didn’t need the styling memo! Noice.

Just Listed For Sale. 43A Langler Street, East Victoria Park $849,000 On arguably one of East Victoria Park’s prettiest tree-lined streets and within strolling distance to the buzzing restaurant and cafe strip. This 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2 living area rear home, exudes charm and elegance in equal measure. Plunkett-built 6 years ago, at the

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Market Musings & Observations

Loan serviceability requirements  for buyers  have relaxed – buyers can now borrow more. Banks are aggressively courting customers. Interest rates are trending down = mortgage repayments will be less. Owner occupiers really are the only buyers in the market. Investors are unicorns. There is a lack of quality stock on the market seeing buyers now

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The Aftermath

The dust is settling, and so to the victor belong the spoils. Every three years, like the Hunger Games come to life, we ‘the audience” get to vote for our various Federal political aspirants. Invariably the incumbent is disadvantaged, wearing the folly of their political hubris like a hairshirt. Three years of constant media scrutiny is

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