Western Australian Real Estate Echoes Strong for Property Investment

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Extensive mining sector activity has all eyes on Western Australian real estate, and the recent release of an affordable beachside apartment in one of the State’s most popular City’s has created an attractive property investment proposition.

‘Move’ is a new concept apartment development housing some 106 apartments just 500 metres from popular South Beach near the activity hub of Fremantle.

The initiative to locate the low priced property in one of the City’s most sought after areas was instigated by the local Government and boutique property company, Match, with a view to create a diversity of resident along the coastal area.

Apartments start from as little as AUD$385,000 and range from one, two and three bedroom apartments.

Match Managing Director, Lloyd Clark, said the initiative provides a foot in the door for people wanting to live in Fremantle and, as a property investment, is an attractive high rental proposition in the Western Australian real estate market.

“Western Australia is definitely where all the activity is taking place in the Australian real estate market and coastal environments always represent a strong property investment,” he said.

“The apartments have been designed to appeal to a young market and demonstrate that affordability can also mean stylish.”

The Architectural designed apartments are located close to Fremantle City infrastructure, universities and the Domestic and International Airports, and the City accommodates a large number of students and Fly-In-Fly-Out personnel from the mining sector.

“Fremantle continues to have a strong demand for rental properties, particularly with the Fiona Stanley Hospital up the road and University of Notre Dame located within its boundaries,” Mr Clark said. “It is also a very popular location for young people. We hope to fill an important niche for affordable living in this much sought after environment.”

For more information visit http://www.itsyourmove.com.au.


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