Alkimos's close proximity to the coast is considered to be a big driver for capital growth.

Alkimos tipped to be property hot spot

The north-west coastal suburb of Alkimos is Perth’s best prospect for capital growth for property investors in 2016, according to research group


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Got to be kidding. Where are the job opportunities there?

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You have to look long term with developments like Alkkimos. There will be a shopping precinct similar to Joondalup in the next 10 to 15 years creating thousands of jobs starting with construction and flowing through to reatil employment and support trades.

Despite long term, there are 3 reasons right now. 1. Private estate (no homeswest). 2. Beachside living. 3. Affordable particularly for young families. There aren't a lot of other areas that can tick all 3 boxes.

Something does not make sense. According to figures I am reading on for the period 1 Jan 2015 to 31 Dec 15, the following growth rates are being reported: 1 year: -0.8% 5 years: -10.9% Who do you believe?

Yes hard to know what to think, i have a rental which the rent dropped in 2015 from $410 per week to $380 per week and just renewed with tenant at $340. So it has taken a hit.

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