WA suburbs in nation's top 50 property list

Nearly a dozen Western Australian suburbs have been identified among the nation’s top 50 areas that are geared for capital growth in 2013.

Midland and South Hedland were cherry picked among the 11 WA suburbs that made it into the 2013 ‘Fast 50’ report, released by Smart Property Investment, recognised for good infrastructure and impending large amounts of financial investment.


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Oh dear - our secret is out. Midland and the hills behind it have been the brunt of jokes in "classier" suburbs for decades. But it's such a great, safe place to live and the people are down to earth and friendly. I grew up here and came back (after 20 years working away) to raise my family here. It's the same quiet, family-friendly, nature-hugging environment where you can watch the world go by (if you live in the hills looking out at the city) without the stress of a huge mortgage and congestion.

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