Posted on 28 March

Australia’s Best State for Mining Investment Is Still WA

WA Still Australia’s Most Attractive State For Mining Investment… Western Australia has been identified as Australia’s most attractive state for mining investment by the Canadian think-tank the Fraser Institute. The Fraser Institute’s annual survey ranks 104 areas around the world, considering points such as government policies which deter or encourage exploration and geological attractiveness. In […]

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Posted on 3 March

Signs Of Structural Damage When Buying A Home

Signs Of Structural Damage… Identifying the signs of structural damage when purchasing a home can save you plenty of heartache and money further down the line. There are two main causes of structural damage: sinking foundations and invasive tree root damage Leaky pipes and blocked soak wells are the most common causes in sandy areas […]

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Posted on 2 March

Finding A Profitable Development Block in Perth

Choosing a profitable land plot to develop in Perth relies on five key factors: Location – as they say, location is everything. Rather than looking through available land, choose an area to search in first. Select a development block which is close to an area which has a wide variety of amenities Zoning – the […]

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Posted on 27 February

Australian Smart Cities One Step Closer

Major cities in Australia are set to become smart cities even sooner, thanks to Thinxtra and Position Partners agreeing to share their Sigfox and AllDayRTK network infrastructure to enable low cost access to high precision positioning and communications services. What Benefits Will Smart Cities Bring? There are many benefits of being a smart city, including: […]

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Posted on 22 February

Perth’s First 80sqm Micro Blocks Go On Sale

Eleven 80sqm plots of residential land are now on sale in the Perth suburb of Ellenbrook. These are the smallest green-title lots approved in WA so far, but predictions are that lots will shrink to 50-60sqm within the next few years. What Has Led to the Introduction of Micro Blocks? Governments and developers are catering […]

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