Posts Tagged ‘covid-19’
On Tuesday 26 April, the State Government announced that as of 12.01am Friday 29 April, prevailing COVID restrictions will be eased, thanks to WA’s ‘soft landing’ off the back of our Omicron peak confirmed by public health data. This is undoubtedly great news for West Australians – it means that we have come through thisread more
As we get a little older and start preparing for retirement - the exact picture we have in our head about what retirement looks like will differ from person to person. It might be travelling the world, spending time volunteering, or pursuing projects that are too time-consuming to tackle while you’re working. Regardless of howread more
Since our last WA Property Market Update in February, we’ve finally seen the State’s border open up (in early March), ending the debate and waiting game around when in 2022 that might occur. Now that the hard border has come down, it appears that the sharp rise in COVID cases has been arguably less severeread more
WA State border controls have finally come to an end, allowing interstate and international travellers to enter Western Australia once again. As the state battles the Omicron outbreak, the McGowan government has introduced a comprehensive Level 2 WA Business Assistance Package to support businesses impacted by the latest public health and social measures, following theread more
Since the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic over two years ago, the adaptability of Small and Medium businesses has proven to be one of the key contributing factors to whether they survive or close their doors. Throughout this period, different parts of Australia have had vastly different experiences. For instance, businesses in Melbourne have seenread more
Welcome back! Our WA property market updates are back for the new year, and we’re kicking it off with a look at how housing values ended 2021, what the residential market looks like for the coming year, and what we saw in the office market based on towards the end of last year. Although theread more
After a year of very different fortunes for the commercial and residential property markets in WA, our November update will look at each market and revisit the facts and figures that shaped the trends we saw throughout the year. Overall, the signs are still good for further economic growth in the New Year, although theread more
At long last, it appears that WA has a concrete transition plan in place to open up travel borders in a safe and measured way. While this brings some certainty around what the future looks like, and roughly when we’ll be able to travel to and from WA, it does mean that individuals and businessesread more
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