WA housing starts slump 18.1% in FY09

Low interest rates and a more generous government housing grant have failed to lift the rate of new home building, with housing starts in WA falling by a larger than forecast 18.1 per cent in 2008/09.


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Housing is still a good investment even if one needs to make sacrifices to stay in the market. Do your research carefully before buying and use experts or professionals and cheap can be dear.

Yes Jules, you should ALWAYS do your homework regarding the purchase of your home (or investment) as too many people do not and end up with a lemon. It's wise to get your proposed home inspected by an architect to ensure the quality of your investment (probably one of the biggest investments you ever make) is what it should be. You wouldn't buy a vehicle without an inspection or insurance would you?

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