26. May 2016 10:45

By hnperryrealestate


Over the last 6 months, the Peel community has been forced to grapple with the senseless tragedy of several youth suicides within our community. These deaths have had an enormous impact not only on the families and friends of those involved, but also on the wider community as a whole.

Unfortunately, suicide is the biggest cause of death in young people in Australia. Youth who come from regional areas tend to be more at risk, with an increase in mental health problems stemming from a variety of issues such as higher unemployment, housing stress and social isolation.

The sharp increase in recent youth suicides in the Peel Region has raised awareness of mental health issues, and also the lack of resources available to our young people. Both state and federal governments have been heavily criticized for their lack of real funding to such an important social issue. Mandurah’s local business community has rallied behind this important cause showing great generosity.

Madora Bay Partnership has made an honourable donation of $25,000 to PYMS (Peel Medical Youth Services) and a further $25,000 donation to Passages Resource Centre. “As local corporate citizens, Madora Bay Partnership is keen to assist in overcoming this scourge on the young community of Peel,” said Madora Bay Partnership Director, John Perry.

PYMS require funding for their 3-Tier Youth Mental Health Program which is ready to be rolled out across schools. Passages Resource Centre assists homeless youth in finding safe accommodation. Other community support has come in the form of charity raising events such as Choirfest which involves more than 300 children holding a concert to raise money towards mental health programs. Bendigo Bank donated $2,500 towards this event and the City of Mandurah donated $2,000. There will also be a PYMS Charity Ball held on the 18th June at Bendigo Bank Stadium with all funds raised going to the PYMS 3-Tier Youth Mental Health Program.PYMS SmallPassages Small

23. May 2016 11:32

By hnperryrealestate


H&N Perry would like to extend a very warm welcome to Janine and staff at Peel Flower House who have recently begun trading at Shop 10, 4 Guava Way, Halls Head.

Previously located in the Mandurah Forum, Peel Flower House is a delightful flower and gift shop offering a large range of goods and services. Flower arrangements start at just $15 and they offer a delivery service all over Mandurah and the Peel Region from Lake Clifton to the south, out to Waroona, Pinjarra and north to Singleton. Their range of goods doesn’t end with flowers though, they also stock a wide range of giftware including upcycled furniture, vintage photo frames, wedding memorabilia, plants, silk flowers, helium balloons and chalk paint powder. They even offer upcycling and floristry classes to those who are keen to learn themselves.

Their new store is easy to find with its colourful signage and the sweet smell of flowers is very inviting. It’s in an ideal location, right at the entrance to the new Halls Head Shopping Centre. This high profile position provides a steady flow of customers using other nearby businesses such as The Peel Alehouse, Jones & Co Hair & Beauty, Halls Head Fish and Chips, Perfect Pizza, Red Rooster, Khatoon Supermarket, Champagne Travel and Extreme RC World. We encourage everyone to pop in for a look when you next visit the area.

H&N Perry is responsible for the management of the entire complex of retail outlets along Guava Way. We are Mandurah’s leading property managers and our commercial department also manage other shopping complexes including Pinjarra Junction Shopping Centre, Mandurah Home Centre, Mandurah City Gate and The Plaza.  Along with retail property management, we also manage industrial, commercial, warehouses, showrooms and office space. If your commercial property is sitting vacant, call H&N Perry on 9535 1822.

10. May 2016 16:43

By hnperryrealestate


The release of REIWA’s sale statistics may not seem like good news for sellers, however if you are buying and selling in the same market you will hold the value of your property dollar. A fall in population growth for the Peel Region has created a generous supply of properties for sale which is giving buyers a lot of extra choice. These conditions are favourable to both first home buyers and also growing families looking to trade up.

Traditionally the Mandurah / Murray Region experiences a slight decline in sales over the winter months before rising again over summer. Wise buyers will use these statistics to make their purchase over winter.

For investors, a more accurate measure of long term capital gain is best established by looking at growth over a 5 year period. The top 5 suburbs in the Mandurah / Murray region over the last 5 years are…
1.    Madora Bay    Up by 2.5%
2.    Greenfields    Up by 2.2%
3.    Wannanup    Up by 2.0%
4.    San Remo    Up by 1.6%
5.    North Yunderup    Up by1.6%

We are seeing a steady flow of buyers taking advantage of those properties that are priced realistically. If you’re interested in selling and would a realistic appraisal of your home’s value in today’s market, call H&N Perry on 9535 1822.

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5. May 2016 14:41

By hnperryrealestate


Last month H&N Perry launched a sales campaign for Lot 1147 Dandaragan Drive, Dawesville which is a commercial building site located within the Florida Beach land estate.

This prime commercial lot is positioned directly opposite a large parcel of land that was snapped up by Coles, who have already submitted building plans for their new shopping centre. Covering 1445sqm on the corner of Bailey Boulevard, the site is in an excellent position to benefit from a strong flow of drive by traffic, particularly with the Caltex Starmart already trading on the same street. The land’s potential uses include shops, markets, liquor store, restaurant, take-away food, offices, consulting rooms, medical centre, retail showroom plus more.

The sales campaign stretched over 5 weeks and consisted of print advertising in The West Property section of the newspaper, print advertising in the Domain section of the Mandurah Mail, website advertising and a Facebook advertising campaign.

There was an extremely strong response from interested buyers which resulted in the sale of not only the advertised property, but also the commercial site next door. This is fantastic news for Dawesville residents who have been waiting a long time for some development in this area.

There are still some commercial sites available for sale through exclusive selling agents, H&N Perry Real Estate. If you’re interested in getting in on the ground floor, you should contact Frank Lawrence on 0412 903 375.PAGE 4 PROMO 12.05.16

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