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Homebuyers busy in Baldivis

David SalvaireSound Telegraph
REIWA president Hayden Groves says choice and affordability has boosted Baldivis house sales.
Camera IconREIWA president Hayden Groves says choice and affordability has boosted Baldivis house sales. Credit: The West Australian, Robert Duncan

February house sales activity in Baldivis was among the highest in the Perth metropolitan area, with buyers taking advantage of choice and affordability.

Figures released by the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia show Baldivis had 21 sales last month.

Canning Vale, Duncraig and Ellenbrook led the way with Baldivis matching Willetton, Ballajura, Hamilton Hill and Thornlie for property changing hands in February.

REIWA president Hayden Groves said the unexpected jump in sales after the Christmas lull was a sign confidence was returning to the market.

“Those figures in Baldivis and across the Perth metro area shows us that a lot of the buyers out there are now predicting we’re either at the bottom of the market or very close to it,” he said.

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Activity in Rockingham remained low with 14 sales in February.

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