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At Noble Avenue Real Estate, we break the mould of the standard real estate agency. We are a boutique team that has refined our processes to deliver a personal touch to every home we represent.

Imagine partnering with a real estate team that takes the time to truly understand you and your home. We focus on identifying and highlighting the unique features that set your property apart, ensuring they shine in the spotlight.

Our team comprises the most experienced and successful real estate professionals in the local market. We don’t just work here—we live here, too. Our intimate knowledge of the area means we can expertly showcase the exceptional qualities of your home, attracting the right buyers and achieving the best results.

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Jul 17, 2024

Understanding Offers in a High-Demand Market

At Noble Avenue Real Estate, one of the questions buyers often ask our real estate agents is, “How much should I offer to get the home?” In the current high-demand market, this question can be challenging to answer. We want everyone to be able to purchase their dream home, and we want homeowners to sell their homes for a price that will allow them flexibility and financial advantage in their own new home buying journey after the sale of their current home. This blog will cover strategies for making effective offers, understanding market dynamics, and tips for both buyers and sellers in the current Perth real estate market. For Buyers Understanding Price Guides and No-Price Marketing At Noble Avenue Real Estate, we advertise properties without a price, however at home opens we do our best to provide interested buyers with a property price guide to help make the decision-making process easier. This guide may change throughout the time the home in on the market due to demand and the recent sold prices of other listings in the local area. While properties are advertised without a price can be challenging for buyers to determine an appropriate offer, no-price marketing lets the market set the price anda allows buyers to be strategic. In today's fast-paced and unpredictable real estate market, the value of flexibility cannot be overstated. Buyers offering lower prices but with more adaptable terms and financing options often present a compelling case for sellers seeking certainty, speed, and reduced risk. At Noble Avenue Real Estate, we understand the nuances of these negotiations and are here to help both buyers and sellers navigate the market effectively, ensuring the best possible outcomes for all parties involved. Tips for Making an Offer Know Your Budget: Start by consulting with a broker or bank to understand your borrowing capacity. Knowing your budget is crucial. Get your finance pre-approved to strengthen your position when making an offer and give you confidence in your budget. Do Your Research: Utilise price and sold filters on our sold homes page, and other real estate portals like reiwa.com or realestate.com to compare the property you’re interested in with similar properties in the area. Even if they are sold at auction or advertised as “offers closing by.” This helps narrow down your options to properties you can afford. Ensure you’re comparing like-for-like: similar land size, number of bedrooms, and amenities like a pool. This provides a realistic view of market values. Make an Attractive Offer: Beyond the financial aspect, ask the agent what you can do to make your offer more attractive to the seller. Consider offering a longer settlement or the option for the seller to rent the home back while they find a new home. Flexibility can set your offer apart. By following these tips, you can navigate the Perth real estate market more effectively and increase your chances of securing the property you're interested in. We encourage you not to be discouraged during this time. Try to enjoy the home buying journey, and remember that although you may sometimes miss out on what you thought was the perfect home, new listings are available every day. For Sellers Leveraging Market Conditions The current real estate market in Perth, particularly in suburbs like Carine, Hillarys, Iluka, Burns Beach, and Currambine, is characterised by high demand and competitive offers. Benefits of No-Price Marketing Attracting More Buyers: No-price marketing creates curiosity and attracts a larger pool of potential buyers, increasing the chances of competitive offers. Setting Market-Driven Prices: In a rising market, this strategy allows buyers to set the price, often resulting in higher-than-expected offers. Flexibility in Negotiations: Sellers can negotiate terms that suit their needs, such as longer settlement periods or rent-back options, providing more flexibility as they transition to their next home. Market Insights and Local Expertise At Noble Avenue Real Estate, our deep knowledge of the local market allows us to provide valuable insights and guidance. Our agents have extensive experience in the local market ensuring that both buyers and sellers receive the best possible advice and support. Questions About Buying or Selling Your Home? Contact us here. ...

Jul 16, 2024

Explore the Best Airbnb Stays in WA with Noble Avenue

Surrounded by stunning homes in our day-to-day, the Noble Avenue Real Estate team has a knack for finding some of the best Airbnb stays around WA when a getaway to due. With the kids heading back to school after the mid year break, we're already pondering, where to go next?  From tranquil cabins nestled in nature to luxurious beachside retreats, here are some of our team's favorite Airbnbs in WA. We recommend booking in advance, especially during school holidays, as these hotspots fill up quickly. Margaret River Region Margaret River is a favourite destination for Jay Dass. Infinity Chalet Escape to a serene haven in the heart of Margaret River. This charming Airbnb offers the perfect blend of comfort and nature, making it ideal for couples, families, or solo traveler's looking to unwind. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast on the deck, surrounded by the serene beauty of nature. Book here Fits: 2 guests Carpe Artes - Architectural Bushland Home. Carpe Artes is an architectural gem set in the bushland of Margaret River. This stunning home combines modern design with natural beauty, providing a unique and luxurious escape. Book here Fits: 10 guests The Cabin Margaret River Completely off grid using solar energy and rainwater, The Cabin is a beautiful artisan building using local timbers and rustic decor. It’s comfortably set amongst 75 acres of farmland and bush. It is the spot to relax and rejuvenate. Book here Fits: 2 guests Dunsborough Region Dunsborough is a favourite destination for Brett Moore and Karen Riches Baudin On Bay Baudin On Bay in Dunsborough is a standout stay. This elegant house offers comfort with easy access to pristine beaches and the vibrant town of Dunsborough. Surrounded by shady peppermint trees and lush greenery, this charming home is perfect for a relaxing getaway for families or groups, it provides a mix of relaxation and adventure. Book here Fits: 8 guests The Bay Retreat - Karen Riches top pick Experience the ultimate holiday at Baudin On Bay, a charming bungalow in Dunsborough with beachfront access and lush gardens. Enjoy cozy indoor comforts and outdoor fun with a trampoline, swings, and a treehouse, all just a short walk from shops and cafes. Book here Fits: 8 guests North Shore Holiday Home Just meters from Dunsborough's best beach, North Shore offers sweeping views of turquoise waters from its stunning upper living area. With three spacious bedrooms, a fully appointed kitchen, and a terrace for barbecues, this is the ultimate retreat for families or friends seeking a blissful getaway. Book here Fits: 6 guests Yallingup Region The Nautilus Yallingup - Yallingup, Western Australia Owned by Taj Burrows The Nautilus in Yallingup is an entire home that offers luxurious accommodation in one of WA's most beautiful coastal towns. Enjoy the pristine beaches and local attractions in style and comfort. Location: Yallingup, Western Australia Book here Fits: 10 guests Swan Valley/ East of Perth Region Treehouse in the Australian Bush - Swan Valley, Western Australia This quaint treehouse offers a unique and immersive experience in the Australian bush. Perfect for nature lovers looking for a peaceful escape amidst the treetops. Location: Swan Valley, Western Australia Book here Fits: 10 Luxury Rustic Farmstay in the Gum and Plum Trees - Carmel, Western Australia Luxury Rustic Farmstay in Carmel blends rustic charm with modern comforts. Nestled among gum and plum trees, it offers a peaceful retreat with easy access to local attractions. Whether you want to relax or explore, this farmstay provides the best of both worlds. Location: Carmel, Western Australia Book here Fits: 2 Busselton Busselton is a favourite destination for Steph Batho "Ayatana" By The Bay  "Ayatana" By The Bay in Busselton offers a beautiful bay-side retreat. Enjoy the serene views and the laid-back beach vibe of this popular holiday destination. Book here Fits: 8 Albany/Denmark Region Albany is a favourite destination for Linda Noble Woodlands Retreat  Woodlands Retreat in Porongurup provides a serene and cosy chalet experience. Located near Albany, this retreat is surrounded by beautiful woodlands and offers easy access to the stunning Porongurup National Park. Location: Porongurup, Western Australia Book here Fits: 4 Stillwood Retreat Stillwood Retreat in Denmark offers a peaceful and secluded getaway. This beautiful retreat is perfect for those looking to unwind and enjoy the tranquility of nature. Location: Denmark, Western Australia Book here Fits 2 Kwoorabup Views Kwoorabup Views in Hay offers a luxurious stay with stunning inlet views. This beautiful home is perfect for those looking to explore the natural beauty of the region. Book here Fits: 12 Perth Local Beachside Retreat - Jaime Macintyre's favourite Beachside Retreat in Hillarys is a fantastic local staycation option. With a heated pool and close proximity to the beach, this property offers both luxury and convenience. Perfect for a quick getaway without venturing far from home, it's highly recommended by Jamie. Location: Hillarys, Western Australia Book here Fits: 6 Exmouth Exmouth is a favourite destination for Saige O'Neill Bonefish - marina house with a jetty Bonefish is the ideal location to base your Exmouth holiday adventure from. Based just off the main road, you will have easy access to Town beach, restaurants and a short 5 minute drive to the centre of town.Location: Hillarys, Western Australia Book here Fits: 8 Plan Your Next Adventure Whether you're looking for a tranquil escape or an adventurous retreat, Western Australia has something for everyone. Book your next holiday with these top picks from the Noble Avenue Real Estate team and experience the best of WA. ...

Jul 2, 2024

Burns Beach

Welcome to Burns Beach, a hidden gem located just 28 kilometres north of Perth within the City of Joondalup. Known for its exquisite natural beauty, Burns Beach offers an unparalleled coastal lifestyle, making it a coveted destination for luxury buyers seeking tranquillity and sophistication. Neighbourhood Overview. Burns Beach is famed for its breathtaking coastline, featuring expansive white sand beaches and the azure waters of the Indian Ocean. This serene setting provides the perfect backdrop for a range of activities, from swimming and sunbathing to leisurely beachside walks. The Burns Beach Foreshore Reserve is a highlight, offering well-maintained picnic areas, barbecue facilities, and playgrounds, making it an ideal spot for family gatherings and outdoor leisure. For those who appreciate scenic views and outdoor adventures, the Coastal Walk Trail is a must. Offering stunning views of the rugged limestone cliffs and the vibrant coastal ecosystem. It's perfect for walking, jogging, or cycling, providing residents with a healthy and active lifestyle option right at their doorstep. The community spirit in Burns Beach is strong, with friendly neighbours and regular community events fostering a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere. The suburb’s well-kept parks and public spaces reflect the pride residents take in their community, enhancing the overall quality of life. Suburb Prices Burns Beach has seen notable growth in the real estate market: Sales Growth: 16.0% Median Sales Price: $1.18 million Rental Growth: 2.6% Median Rental Price: $1,180 per week Recent Sales and Rental Prices: Houses 3 Bedroom: Median sale price $1.13 million, median rental price $850 per week 4 Bedroom: Median sale price $1.17 million, median rental price $1,190 per week Price Quartiles: Upper Quartile: $1.44 million Median: $1.18 million Lower Quartile: $1.02 million Houses in Burns Beach are in high demand, with an average time on market of just 10 days. Last updated July 2024 What We Love About the Neighbourhood Here are just a few of the many wonderful local venues and areas around the neighbourhood that our team loves. The Cafes and Coffee Shops: Burns Beach Cafe & Restaurant: Offering beautiful ocean views and a relaxed atmosphere, perfect for brunch or a coffee with friends. Sistas Burns Beach Cafe: A cosy spot known for its excellent coffee and homemade treats. The Restaurants and Bars: Iluka Tavern: A local favourite with a great selection of food and drinks, ideal for casual dining and social gatherings. Currambine Bar and Bistro: Located nearby, it offers a wide menu and a family-friendly environment. The Parks: Burns Beach Foreshore Reserve: A beautiful park with BBQ facilities, picnic areas, and playgrounds, perfect for family outings. Bramston Park: Offers sports facilities and open spaces for recreation and leisure activities. McIntyre Park: Features walking trails, open grassy areas, and shaded spots for picnics. Beaches and Outdoor Activities: Burns Beach: Known for its sheltered swimming spots, white sand beaches, and stunning sunsets, Burns Beach is a favourite among locals and visitors alike. Sunset Coast Trail: Ideal for walking or cycling, this trail offers breathtaking views of the rugged limestone cliffs and clear lagoons. The Surrounding Schools Burns Beach is well-served by several educational institutions, including: Francis Jordan Catholic School (Primary, Non-government) - 1.8km Kinross College (Secondary, Government) - 1.9km Kinross Primary School (Primary, Government) - 2.1km Beaumaris Primary School (Primary, Government) - 2.5km Currambine Primary School (Primary, Government) - 2.8km St Simon Peter Catholic Primary School (Primary, Non-government) - 3km Prendiville Catholic College (Secondary, Non-government) - 3.3km Ocean Reef Senior High School (Secondary, Government) - 3.7km Connolly Primary School (Primary, Government) - 4km Joondalup Primary School (Primary, Government) - 4km Transportation and Accessibility Burns Beach is well-connected with easy access to public transport. The suburb is served by Transperth bus routes 470 and 471, providing convenient links to Joondalup and the broader Perth metropolitan area. The Mitchell Freeway offers a direct route for drivers, making it easy to reach Perth in about 30 minutes. Lifestyle and Community Burns Beach offers a laid-back coastal lifestyle with a strong sense of community. Residents enjoy a range of outdoor activities, from beachside barbecues to coastal walks, fishing, and dolphin spotting. The suburb’s vibrant community events and local markets foster a friendly atmosphere, making it a welcoming place to live. Real Estate Opportunities with Noble Avenue Real Estate At Noble Avenue Real Estate, we specialise in helping clients move into this beautiful neighbourhood and help homeowners showcase the beauty of their properties they are interested in selling here. Jay Dass and his award winning team are the local experts in this area, known for breaking home sale records and achieving outstanding results. An active member of the local community, Jay sponsors the Currambine Primary School P&C and can often be spotted in the area. With his fierce negotiation skills and genuine love for real estate, your property will be in excellent hands with Jay. link to jays reviews ...

Jun 19, 2024

Tax Deductions for Homeowners

As we approach the end of the financial year, it's crucial for homeowners to be aware of the various tax deductions available that can significantly reduce your taxable income and save you money. At Noble Avenue Real Estate, we're here to help you navigate these potential savings and ensure you get the most out of your tax return. Here's a detailed look at some key deductions homeowners should consider. Home Office Expenses With the rise of remote work, many homeowners are utilising a portion of their homes as office space. If you work from home, you may be eligible to claim a portion of your home expenses. This can include: Electricity and heating costs: Calculate the percentage of your home used for work to claim a portion of these bills. Internet and phone bills: Proportionally claim the part of these expenses that relates to your work usage. Office supplies and equipment: Items like computers, printers, and office furniture can also be deducted. Example: If you have a dedicated home office in your $1.5 million property that takes up 10% of your home’s floor space, you might be able to claim 10% of your utility bills as a deduction. For instance, if your annual utility costs are $5,000, you could claim $500 as a deduction. More details can be found on the ATO website. Property Taxes Property taxes are often deductible, providing some relief on your annual tax bill. Ensure you have records of the property taxes you've paid over the year, as these can be included in your tax return. Example: On a $2 million property, if you pay $8,000 in property taxes annually, this amount can be deducted, reducing your taxable income. Mortgage Interest Interest paid on your mortgage can be one of the most significant deductions for homeowners. This deduction reduces your taxable income by the amount of interest paid, which can be substantial over the course of a year. Example: If you have a mortgage on a $1.8 million home and paid $50,000 in mortgage interest over the year, this amount can be deducted from your taxable income, potentially saving you thousands of dollars in taxes. Renovations and Repairs Expenses for necessary repairs and maintenance to your property can be claimed. This is particularly beneficial for investment properties. Common deductible expenses include: Repairing a leaky roof Fixing plumbing issues Replacing broken windows Example: If you spent $10,000 on essential repairs to your $1.2 million rental property, this amount can be deducted, lowering your overall taxable income. Depreciation For rental properties, depreciation on the property itself and items like appliances and furniture can be claimed. Depreciation accounts for the wear and tear on these assets over time. Example: If your rental property includes appliances worth $20,000, you can claim a portion of their value as depreciation each year, spreading the cost over several years. On a $1.5 million property, this can add up to significant savings over time. Insurance Premiums Premiums for home insurance can often be claimed as a tax deduction. This includes insurance for both the structure of your home and its contents. Example: If you pay $3,000 annually for insurance on your $2 million home, this amount can be deducted from your taxable income. Energy-Efficient Upgrades Investing in energy-efficient upgrades like solar panels or energy-efficient windows might make you eligible for additional deductions or rebates. Governments often provide incentives to encourage homeowners to reduce their carbon footprint. Example: If you installed solar panels costing $30,000 on your $1.5 million home and there's a government rebate of 30%, you could potentially claim $9,000 as a tax deduction. Practical Steps to Maximise Your Deductions Keep Detailed Records: Maintain receipts and documentation for all expenses. Consult a Tax Professional: For personalised advice and to ensure you're maximising your deductions correctly. Stay Informed: Tax laws change frequently, so staying updated can help you take advantage of new deductions and credits. Conclusion Understanding and utilising these tax deductions can lead to significant savings for homeowners. At Noble Avenue Real Estate, we are committed to helping our clients navigate the complexities of homeownership, including making the most of tax deductions. By following these guidelines and seeking professional advice, you can ensure that you're maximising your tax deductions and keeping more money in your pocket. ...

Jul 17, 2024

Understanding Offers in a High-Demand Market

At Noble Avenue Real Estate, one of the questions buyers often ask our real estate agents is, “How much should I offer to get the home?” In the current high-demand market, this question can be challenging to answer. We want everyone to be able to purchase their dream home, and we want homeowners to sell their homes for a price that will allow them flexibility and financial advantage in their own new home buying journey after the sale of their current home. This blog will cover strategies for making effective offers, understanding market dynamics, and tips for both buyers and sellers in the current Perth real estate market. For Buyers Understanding Price Guides and No-Price Marketing At Noble Avenue Real Estate, we advertise properties without a price, however at home opens we do our best to provide interested buyers with a property price guide to help make the decision-making process easier. This guide may change throughout the time the home in on the market due to demand and the recent sold prices of other listings in the local area. While properties are advertised without a price can be challenging for buyers to determine an appropriate offer, no-price marketing lets the market set the price anda allows buyers to be strategic. In today's fast-paced and unpredictable real estate market, the value of flexibility cannot be overstated. Buyers offering lower prices but with more adaptable terms and financing options often present a compelling case for sellers seeking certainty, speed, and reduced risk. At Noble Avenue Real Estate, we understand the nuances of these negotiations and are here to help both buyers and sellers navigate the market effectively, ensuring the best possible outcomes for all parties involved. Tips for Making an Offer Know Your Budget: Start by consulting with a broker or bank to understand your borrowing capacity. Knowing your budget is crucial. Get your finance pre-approved to strengthen your position when making an offer and give you confidence in your budget. Do Your Research: Utilise price and sold filters on our sold homes page, and other real estate portals like reiwa.com or realestate.com to compare the property you’re interested in with similar properties in the area. Even if they are sold at auction or advertised as “offers closing by.” This helps narrow down your options to properties you can afford. Ensure you’re comparing like-for-like: similar land size, number of bedrooms, and amenities like a pool. This provides a realistic view of market values. Make an Attractive Offer: Beyond the financial aspect, ask the agent what you can do to make your offer more attractive to the seller. Consider offering a longer settlement or the option for the seller to rent the home back while they find a new home. Flexibility can set your offer apart. By following these tips, you can navigate the Perth real estate market more effectively and increase your chances of securing the property you're interested in. We encourage you not to be discouraged during this time. Try to enjoy the home buying journey, and remember that although you may sometimes miss out on what you thought was the perfect home, new listings are available every day. For Sellers Leveraging Market Conditions The current real estate market in Perth, particularly in suburbs like Carine, Hillarys, Iluka, Burns Beach, and Currambine, is characterised by high demand and competitive offers. Benefits of No-Price Marketing Attracting More Buyers: No-price marketing creates curiosity and attracts a larger pool of potential buyers, increasing the chances of competitive offers. Setting Market-Driven Prices: In a rising market, this strategy allows buyers to set the price, often resulting in higher-than-expected offers. Flexibility in Negotiations: Sellers can negotiate terms that suit their needs, such as longer settlement periods or rent-back options, providing more flexibility as they transition to their next home. Market Insights and Local Expertise At Noble Avenue Real Estate, our deep knowledge of the local market allows us to provide valuable insights and guidance. Our agents have extensive experience in the local market ensuring that both buyers and sellers receive the best possible advice and support. Questions About Buying or Selling Your Home? Contact us here. ...

Jul 16, 2024

Explore the Best Airbnb Stays in WA with Noble Avenue

Surrounded by stunning homes in our day-to-day, the Noble Avenue Real Estate team has a knack for finding some of the best Airbnb stays around WA when a getaway to due. With the kids heading back to school after the mid year break, we're already pondering, where to go next?  From tranquil cabins nestled in nature to luxurious beachside retreats, here are some of our team's favorite Airbnbs in WA. We recommend booking in advance, especially during school holidays, as these hotspots fill up quickly. Margaret River Region Margaret River is a favourite destination for Jay Dass. Infinity Chalet Escape to a serene haven in the heart of Margaret River. This charming Airbnb offers the perfect blend of comfort and nature, making it ideal for couples, families, or solo traveler's looking to unwind. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast on the deck, surrounded by the serene beauty of nature. Book here Fits: 2 guests Carpe Artes - Architectural Bushland Home. Carpe Artes is an architectural gem set in the bushland of Margaret River. This stunning home combines modern design with natural beauty, providing a unique and luxurious escape. Book here Fits: 10 guests The Cabin Margaret River Completely off grid using solar energy and rainwater, The Cabin is a beautiful artisan building using local timbers and rustic decor. It’s comfortably set amongst 75 acres of farmland and bush. It is the spot to relax and rejuvenate. Book here Fits: 2 guests Dunsborough Region Dunsborough is a favourite destination for Brett Moore and Karen Riches Baudin On Bay Baudin On Bay in Dunsborough is a standout stay. This elegant house offers comfort with easy access to pristine beaches and the vibrant town of Dunsborough. Surrounded by shady peppermint trees and lush greenery, this charming home is perfect for a relaxing getaway for families or groups, it provides a mix of relaxation and adventure. Book here Fits: 8 guests The Bay Retreat - Karen Riches top pick Experience the ultimate holiday at Baudin On Bay, a charming bungalow in Dunsborough with beachfront access and lush gardens. Enjoy cozy indoor comforts and outdoor fun with a trampoline, swings, and a treehouse, all just a short walk from shops and cafes. Book here Fits: 8 guests North Shore Holiday Home Just meters from Dunsborough's best beach, North Shore offers sweeping views of turquoise waters from its stunning upper living area. With three spacious bedrooms, a fully appointed kitchen, and a terrace for barbecues, this is the ultimate retreat for families or friends seeking a blissful getaway. Book here Fits: 6 guests Yallingup Region The Nautilus Yallingup - Yallingup, Western Australia Owned by Taj Burrows The Nautilus in Yallingup is an entire home that offers luxurious accommodation in one of WA's most beautiful coastal towns. Enjoy the pristine beaches and local attractions in style and comfort. Location: Yallingup, Western Australia Book here Fits: 10 guests Swan Valley/ East of Perth Region Treehouse in the Australian Bush - Swan Valley, Western Australia This quaint treehouse offers a unique and immersive experience in the Australian bush. Perfect for nature lovers looking for a peaceful escape amidst the treetops. Location: Swan Valley, Western Australia Book here Fits: 10 Luxury Rustic Farmstay in the Gum and Plum Trees - Carmel, Western Australia Luxury Rustic Farmstay in Carmel blends rustic charm with modern comforts. Nestled among gum and plum trees, it offers a peaceful retreat with easy access to local attractions. Whether you want to relax or explore, this farmstay provides the best of both worlds. Location: Carmel, Western Australia Book here Fits: 2 Busselton Busselton is a favourite destination for Steph Batho "Ayatana" By The Bay  "Ayatana" By The Bay in Busselton offers a beautiful bay-side retreat. Enjoy the serene views and the laid-back beach vibe of this popular holiday destination. Book here Fits: 8 Albany/Denmark Region Albany is a favourite destination for Linda Noble Woodlands Retreat  Woodlands Retreat in Porongurup provides a serene and cosy chalet experience. Located near Albany, this retreat is surrounded by beautiful woodlands and offers easy access to the stunning Porongurup National Park. Location: Porongurup, Western Australia Book here Fits: 4 Stillwood Retreat Stillwood Retreat in Denmark offers a peaceful and secluded getaway. This beautiful retreat is perfect for those looking to unwind and enjoy the tranquility of nature. Location: Denmark, Western Australia Book here Fits 2 Kwoorabup Views Kwoorabup Views in Hay offers a luxurious stay with stunning inlet views. This beautiful home is perfect for those looking to explore the natural beauty of the region. Book here Fits: 12 Perth Local Beachside Retreat - Jaime Macintyre's favourite Beachside Retreat in Hillarys is a fantastic local staycation option. With a heated pool and close proximity to the beach, this property offers both luxury and convenience. Perfect for a quick getaway without venturing far from home, it's highly recommended by Jamie. Location: Hillarys, Western Australia Book here Fits: 6 Exmouth Exmouth is a favourite destination for Saige O'Neill Bonefish - marina house with a jetty Bonefish is the ideal location to base your Exmouth holiday adventure from. Based just off the main road, you will have easy access to Town beach, restaurants and a short 5 minute drive to the centre of town.Location: Hillarys, Western Australia Book here Fits: 8 Plan Your Next Adventure Whether you're looking for a tranquil escape or an adventurous retreat, Western Australia has something for everyone. Book your next holiday with these top picks from the Noble Avenue Real Estate team and experience the best of WA. ...

Jul 2, 2024

Burns Beach

Welcome to Burns Beach, a hidden gem located just 28 kilometres north of Perth within the City of Joondalup. Known for its exquisite natural beauty, Burns Beach offers an unparalleled coastal lifestyle, making it a coveted destination for luxury buyers seeking tranquillity and sophistication. Neighbourhood Overview. Burns Beach is famed for its breathtaking coastline, featuring expansive white sand beaches and the azure waters of the Indian Ocean. This serene setting provides the perfect backdrop for a range of activities, from swimming and sunbathing to leisurely beachside walks. The Burns Beach Foreshore Reserve is a highlight, offering well-maintained picnic areas, barbecue facilities, and playgrounds, making it an ideal spot for family gatherings and outdoor leisure. For those who appreciate scenic views and outdoor adventures, the Coastal Walk Trail is a must. Offering stunning views of the rugged limestone cliffs and the vibrant coastal ecosystem. It's perfect for walking, jogging, or cycling, providing residents with a healthy and active lifestyle option right at their doorstep. The community spirit in Burns Beach is strong, with friendly neighbours and regular community events fostering a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere. The suburb’s well-kept parks and public spaces reflect the pride residents take in their community, enhancing the overall quality of life. Suburb Prices Burns Beach has seen notable growth in the real estate market: Sales Growth: 16.0% Median Sales Price: $1.18 million Rental Growth: 2.6% Median Rental Price: $1,180 per week Recent Sales and Rental Prices: Houses 3 Bedroom: Median sale price $1.13 million, median rental price $850 per week 4 Bedroom: Median sale price $1.17 million, median rental price $1,190 per week Price Quartiles: Upper Quartile: $1.44 million Median: $1.18 million Lower Quartile: $1.02 million Houses in Burns Beach are in high demand, with an average time on market of just 10 days. Last updated July 2024 What We Love About the Neighbourhood Here are just a few of the many wonderful local venues and areas around the neighbourhood that our team loves. The Cafes and Coffee Shops: Burns Beach Cafe & Restaurant: Offering beautiful ocean views and a relaxed atmosphere, perfect for brunch or a coffee with friends. Sistas Burns Beach Cafe: A cosy spot known for its excellent coffee and homemade treats. The Restaurants and Bars: Iluka Tavern: A local favourite with a great selection of food and drinks, ideal for casual dining and social gatherings. Currambine Bar and Bistro: Located nearby, it offers a wide menu and a family-friendly environment. The Parks: Burns Beach Foreshore Reserve: A beautiful park with BBQ facilities, picnic areas, and playgrounds, perfect for family outings. Bramston Park: Offers sports facilities and open spaces for recreation and leisure activities. McIntyre Park: Features walking trails, open grassy areas, and shaded spots for picnics. Beaches and Outdoor Activities: Burns Beach: Known for its sheltered swimming spots, white sand beaches, and stunning sunsets, Burns Beach is a favourite among locals and visitors alike. Sunset Coast Trail: Ideal for walking or cycling, this trail offers breathtaking views of the rugged limestone cliffs and clear lagoons. The Surrounding Schools Burns Beach is well-served by several educational institutions, including: Francis Jordan Catholic School (Primary, Non-government) - 1.8km Kinross College (Secondary, Government) - 1.9km Kinross Primary School (Primary, Government) - 2.1km Beaumaris Primary School (Primary, Government) - 2.5km Currambine Primary School (Primary, Government) - 2.8km St Simon Peter Catholic Primary School (Primary, Non-government) - 3km Prendiville Catholic College (Secondary, Non-government) - 3.3km Ocean Reef Senior High School (Secondary, Government) - 3.7km Connolly Primary School (Primary, Government) - 4km Joondalup Primary School (Primary, Government) - 4km Transportation and Accessibility Burns Beach is well-connected with easy access to public transport. The suburb is served by Transperth bus routes 470 and 471, providing convenient links to Joondalup and the broader Perth metropolitan area. The Mitchell Freeway offers a direct route for drivers, making it easy to reach Perth in about 30 minutes. Lifestyle and Community Burns Beach offers a laid-back coastal lifestyle with a strong sense of community. Residents enjoy a range of outdoor activities, from beachside barbecues to coastal walks, fishing, and dolphin spotting. The suburb’s vibrant community events and local markets foster a friendly atmosphere, making it a welcoming place to live. Real Estate Opportunities with Noble Avenue Real Estate At Noble Avenue Real Estate, we specialise in helping clients move into this beautiful neighbourhood and help homeowners showcase the beauty of their properties they are interested in selling here. Jay Dass and his award winning team are the local experts in this area, known for breaking home sale records and achieving outstanding results. An active member of the local community, Jay sponsors the Currambine Primary School P&C and can often be spotted in the area. With his fierce negotiation skills and genuine love for real estate, your property will be in excellent hands with Jay. link to jays reviews ...

Jun 19, 2024

Tax Deductions for Homeowners

As we approach the end of the financial year, it's crucial for homeowners to be aware of the various tax deductions available that can significantly reduce your taxable income and save you money. At Noble Avenue Real Estate, we're here to help you navigate these potential savings and ensure you get the most out of your tax return. Here's a detailed look at some key deductions homeowners should consider. Home Office Expenses With the rise of remote work, many homeowners are utilising a portion of their homes as office space. If you work from home, you may be eligible to claim a portion of your home expenses. This can include: Electricity and heating costs: Calculate the percentage of your home used for work to claim a portion of these bills. Internet and phone bills: Proportionally claim the part of these expenses that relates to your work usage. Office supplies and equipment: Items like computers, printers, and office furniture can also be deducted. Example: If you have a dedicated home office in your $1.5 million property that takes up 10% of your home’s floor space, you might be able to claim 10% of your utility bills as a deduction. For instance, if your annual utility costs are $5,000, you could claim $500 as a deduction. More details can be found on the ATO website. Property Taxes Property taxes are often deductible, providing some relief on your annual tax bill. Ensure you have records of the property taxes you've paid over the year, as these can be included in your tax return. Example: On a $2 million property, if you pay $8,000 in property taxes annually, this amount can be deducted, reducing your taxable income. Mortgage Interest Interest paid on your mortgage can be one of the most significant deductions for homeowners. This deduction reduces your taxable income by the amount of interest paid, which can be substantial over the course of a year. Example: If you have a mortgage on a $1.8 million home and paid $50,000 in mortgage interest over the year, this amount can be deducted from your taxable income, potentially saving you thousands of dollars in taxes. Renovations and Repairs Expenses for necessary repairs and maintenance to your property can be claimed. This is particularly beneficial for investment properties. Common deductible expenses include: Repairing a leaky roof Fixing plumbing issues Replacing broken windows Example: If you spent $10,000 on essential repairs to your $1.2 million rental property, this amount can be deducted, lowering your overall taxable income. Depreciation For rental properties, depreciation on the property itself and items like appliances and furniture can be claimed. Depreciation accounts for the wear and tear on these assets over time. Example: If your rental property includes appliances worth $20,000, you can claim a portion of their value as depreciation each year, spreading the cost over several years. On a $1.5 million property, this can add up to significant savings over time. Insurance Premiums Premiums for home insurance can often be claimed as a tax deduction. This includes insurance for both the structure of your home and its contents. Example: If you pay $3,000 annually for insurance on your $2 million home, this amount can be deducted from your taxable income. Energy-Efficient Upgrades Investing in energy-efficient upgrades like solar panels or energy-efficient windows might make you eligible for additional deductions or rebates. Governments often provide incentives to encourage homeowners to reduce their carbon footprint. Example: If you installed solar panels costing $30,000 on your $1.5 million home and there's a government rebate of 30%, you could potentially claim $9,000 as a tax deduction. Practical Steps to Maximise Your Deductions Keep Detailed Records: Maintain receipts and documentation for all expenses. Consult a Tax Professional: For personalised advice and to ensure you're maximising your deductions correctly. Stay Informed: Tax laws change frequently, so staying updated can help you take advantage of new deductions and credits. Conclusion Understanding and utilising these tax deductions can lead to significant savings for homeowners. At Noble Avenue Real Estate, we are committed to helping our clients navigate the complexities of homeownership, including making the most of tax deductions. By following these guidelines and seeking professional advice, you can ensure that you're maximising your tax deductions and keeping more money in your pocket. ...