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Te Mata

The Last Bastion Of The Boom Showing Cracks

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Folks, while the rest of Oz, and the rest of the world have clearly peaked. W.A.'s boom has continued unabated. This is normal, we are always the last affected in any cycle. i.e. the boom started later here.

But it looks to be topping out:

http://www.thewest.com.au/20051129/news/ge...-sto132828.html

Cheers

WA also has a genuine economic boom happening, and their prices started a lot lower than NSW/Victoria. I remember being over in Perth with sporting teams about 12 years ago and I was amazed at what you could get for your money in the southern suburbs.

Now, if I'd only had a bit of spare cash for a Mandurah beachfront then ... :P .

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