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REIWA is Western Australia’s real estate institute, the peak body for the real estate profession in the state. We exist to make the selling, leasing and buying of property as simple as possible for all West Australians.
We are a member-owned organisation representing over 1,100 agencies and more than 90 per cent of operating real estate agents in WA.
2018 is REIWA’s centenary and a major milestone in the Institute’s history.
When the Auctioneers, Land and Real Estate Agents’ Association – the forerunner of the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia – was incorporated on 20 December 1918, World War I had ended just five weeks previously. Perth and the real estate industry was looking forward to a brighter future.
Fast forward 100 years and while much has changed, our core mission remains the same – REIWA still exists to help everyone win in WA real estate.
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Cottesloe is a suburb revered for its relaxed beach-side lifestyle. Close to the city, yet still far enough away to not be exposed to its hyper-urban nature, Cottesloe is an ideal location for those who want the best of both worlds. Its land area spans four square kilometres and is characterised by a blend of historical and modern residences.
With the beach at your door step and the city centres of Perth and Fremantle a short drive away, Cottesloe's enviable lifestyle is what makes it such a desirable location. The world-renowned Cottesloe Beach stretches for 1.5 kilometres and draws a crowd from all over the state, country and world. Also in the suburb is The Cottesloe Beach Hotel, which has been a landmark destination of Cottesloe for more than a hundred years. Cottesloe Railway Station, Cottesloe Shopping Centre and Grove Plaza are other notable fixtures of the area, as are the two local primary schools and local high school.
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