Perth’s housing market recorded strong growth last year, with home values in the Western Australian capital jumping 13% last year.  

“2021 saw a remarkable resurgence in the Perth property market, with low stock levels and strong buyer demand fuelling price growth,” said REIWA President Damian Collins.  

But what will 2022 bring for real estate in Perth and the WA market?  

To analyse the year ahead for residential property in Perth and throughout WA, Mr Collins and a panel of other property experts will join the 2022 API + REIWA Residential Property Outlook. 

Speakers include property analyst and commentator Gavin Hegney, Proptech Association Australia Founder and President Kylie Davis, REIWA Councillor Lisa Joyce, Herron Todd White WA Managing Director Brendon Ptolomey and CEDA Senior Economist Cassandra Winzar. 

Held at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre on February 1, the speakers will discuss the economy, market outlook, residential tenancies, valuations and the prop-tech space in WA. 

The event, which is co-hosted by the Australian Property Institute and REIWA, is also a prime networking opportunity for residential property professionals to kick start the year.  

The outlook event comes as CoreLogic’s Perth home value index rose 0.4% during December 2021, while data showed Perth’s median house sale price had reached $520,000. 

To hear expert insights about the WA residential property market over the year ahead, register for the 2022 API + REIWA Residential Property Outlook event today.