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WA was the weakest performer across regional Australia over the December quarter.

WA regional rents keep falling

Western Australia’s regional rental market was the weakest performer in the country in the last three months of 2015, with the Pilbara area taking a large share of the blame.

The median rent for houses in regional WA fell 2.6 per cent in the December quarter to $370 a week, while the median rent for units fell 3 per cent to $320, according to the latest CoreLogic RP Data.

WA was the weakest performer across regional Australia over the December quarter.

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Bunbury
Well watch out for Stayz (and not Air BnB). The best I was quoted and got from professional RE agents was $300 weekly for a 2 storey waterfront 4 bedroom house now getting $1300 weekly on STAYZ. I spend more time drinking than marketing- so I assume they are mostly incompetent- or I am a marketing genius. Has to be one or the other..as this is now the 3rd year and average $500 a week even with the house empty 40% of the year. Real estate "pros" do not understand "north facing" "new giant 24 hour shopping centre" "dolphins out front" "10 minutes into town and beach"- they are the crappest neysayers.

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