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Unit sales increased 58 per cent in Perth in the March 2021 quarter compared to the March 2020 quarter. REIWA President Damian Collins said early reiwa.com data for the March 2021 quarter showed growth in unit sales had exceeded growth in house
sales over the last year, with house sales up 35 per cent during that same time. “Unit sales are the highest they have been since 2013. Several factors are contributing to this. With the shortage of houses for sale, more people are considering
a unit as a place to live. Also, we have started to see investors return to the market and many prefer to buy units. “While the number of units listed for sale in March 2021 is down 16 per cent compared to March 2020, this decline is not
as steep as house listings, which have fallen 41 per cent during that same time frame. “Apartments, townhouses and units also offer plenty of lifestyle appeal and convenience, as they are generally lower maintenance and positioned closer
to the CBD and other amenities,” Mr Collins said.
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