New podcast helping to provide the latest real estate news
8th October, 2020
Talking Property Podcast
With the real estate industry covering a range of different facets, it can be hard to keep informed about every aspect across both the residential and commercial sales and rental market.
This is where the reiwa.com sponsored Talking Property podcast can assist in keeping you up-to-date with the latest discussions within the industry.
Hosted by an experienced team of real estate professionals including Harvey Deegan, Rob Druitt and Rod Ryan, this 35-minute podcast releases a new episode every Wednesday and interviews some of the industry’s leading experts – including REIWA President Damian Collins.
REIWA CEO Neville Pozzi said the Talking Property podcast providers listeners with a unique insight into the industry.
“This entertaining and educational podcast provides not only those who are working within the industry with the latest news, however also assists those who are interested in the industry or looking to buy, sell or rent in the current economic market,” Mr Pozzi said.
Make sure to tune into the next episode by visiting the Talking Property website.
Perth Market Snapshot for Week Ending 4th October 2020
Sales activity increased one per cent in Perth this week, with REIWA members reporting 878 transactions.
This increase can be attributed to a 11 per cent fall in house sales, eight per cent fall in unit sales and 92 per cent rise in vacant land sales over the week.
Properties for sale
There were 10,437 properties for sale in Perth at the end of this week, which is two per cent less than last week.
A closer look at listing stock levels shows house listings decreased by three per cent, listings for units decreased by one per cent and listings for vacant land decreased by three per cent.
This week’s total figure is two per cent lower than levels seen four weeks ago and are 23 per cent lower than levels seen a year ago.
Perth rental market
REIWA members reported there were 2,959 properties for rent in Perth at the end of this week, which is in line with last week.
This week’s rental listings figure is six per cent lower than levels seen four weeks ago and are 52 per cent lower than levels seen a year ago.
View our Perth Market Snapshot graph for a detailed breakdown of the past week.