PRLog - Oct. 29, 2012 - WEST PERTH, Australia -- PERTH, AUSTRALIA -- Rising rental rates throughout the region means that WA Housing Centre is seeing an increasing number of people who want to be first home buyers in Perth (http://www.wahousingcentre.com.au/
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According to REIWA, rental costs are up 13% since last year and the median rent is up to $450 a week for a house, but slightly less for an apartment. It's suspected that this is partially because of the very low vacancy rate and an extremely tight rental market.
Many renters want to purchase their own property, but can't afford to pay both the rent on their current home, as well as the progress payments towards the construction on their new home. To help these would-be home owners, the home builders in Perth (http://www.wahousingcentre.com.au/)
The Build Rent Free program will pay the rent on the renters' current home while the construction is ongoing. WA Housing Centre has a number of home and land packages that start at just $348 a week, which means home buyers might pay less for their own home than they would for a rental.
"If you've thought that the dream of home ownership was outside of your reach, you're not alone. We want to make the entire home buying process as easy as possible and we know how hard it can be to pay rent, as well as make the progress payments on your new home. Our Build Rent Free program allows first home buyers to focus on their home, rather than paying someone else's mortgage," said Clayton Halloran, WA Housing Centre Brand Manager (http://www.wahousingcentre.com.au/
WA Housing Centre can help first home buyers determine what type of finance they quality for, as well as find a home loan repayment plan that's affordable. The company's experienced home and land specialists can also help buyers find the perfect home, as well as source the best land for that particular home.
"We're focused on first home buyers and are always trying to do everything we can to make home ownership attainable. We've had an overwhelming response to our Build Rent Free promotion and we'd love to see it expand even further. However, this promotion can't last forever so stop by one of our display homes in Perth and learn more," said Halloran.
For more information on the promotion, please contact WA Housing Centre on 9214 1111 or visit http://www.wahousingcentre.com.au/
About WA Housing Centre: WA Housing Centre are home builders in Perth that have helped more than 20,000 families buy a home. The company can help first home buyers in Perth through all aspects of the buying process, from securing home loans in Perth (http://www.wahousingcentre.com.au/