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hi everyone

I have a 4 bedroomed house for rent,its furnished and has a spar that big enough for 8 people( just what you need in the summer)

The house is suitated in the suburb of kingsley, its close to the shops and overlooks a huge park.The school is a short walk over the park.

The house is available to rent from september till january although i could rent for longer if needed.

If this interests any of you then email me or just reply to this thread.We recently migrated to perth so i know what it takes to get good accomadation.

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Hi there,

Out of interest, what rent do you charge. I havent even got my PR yet but am just curious what price such a property attracts. PM me if you like.

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Hi there,

Out of interest, what rent do you charge. I havent even got my PR yet but am just curious what price such a property attracts. PM me if you like.

Ta

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Hi superseagulls

as the house will be completely furnished and is suitable for up to 6 people then the price will be 200 pounds a week.

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Originally Posted by perth girl
hi everyone

I have a 4 bedroomed house for rent,its furnished and has a spar that big enough for 8 people( just what you need in the summer)

The house is suitated in the suburb of kingsley, its close to the shops and overlooks a huge park.The school is a short walk over the park.

The house is available to rent from september till january although i could rent for longer if needed.

If this interests any of you then email me or just reply to this thread.We recently migrated to perth so i know what it takes to get good accomadation.

thanks

perth girl

hi perth girl

could you send me some pictures, i think i have replied to your other post.


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    > > Hi there,
    > >
    > > Out of interest, what rent do you charge. I havent even got my PR
    > > yet but am just curious what price such a property attracts. PM me
    > > if you like.
    > >
    > > Ta
    > >
    > > SS
    > Hi superseagulls
    > as the house will be completely furnished and is suitable for up to 6
    > people then the price will be 200 pounds a week.

Pounds?





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I would imagine this is a typo it should be dollars not pounds, pounds would equate to about 500 dollars per week !, if you look on www.realestate.com.au in the Kinglsey area you can see there are a number of propertys for rent, ie 265 dollars per week for a 4 bed 2 bath, aircon, swimming pool double garage etc.
Kingsley is a relatively cheap suburb so dont go thinking this is a reflection of what you'll pay across the whole of Perth.
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I would imagine this is a typo it should be dollars not pounds, pounds would equate to about 500 dollars per week !, if you look on www.realestate.com.au in the Kinglsey area you can see there are a number of propertys for rent, ie 265 dollars per week for a 4 bed 2 bath, aircon, swimming pool double garage etc.
Kingsley is a relatively cheap suburb so dont go thinking this is a reflection of what you'll pay across the whole of Perth.

No this was not a typo as you put it, if you had looked at some of my other threads then you would of seen that the property is to be fully furnished and is aimed at giving people all the home comforts before there own shipment arrives.

I know only to well what it is like to go without beds,duvets and basics like knives and forks, pot and pans and even just getting your washing done especially if you have small children with you.All these things make a difference and save buying duplicate sets before your own arrive.

so no i dont think this is too much to pay for a house as you put it in relatively cheap suburb.


I hope this clears things up


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"perth girl" <[email protected]_expats.com> wrote in message
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    > > I would imagine this is a typo it should be dollars not pounds, pounds
    > > would equate to about 500 dollars per week !, if you look on www.real-
    > > estate.com.au in the Kinglsey area you can see there are a number of
    > > propertys for rent, ie 265 dollars per week for a 4 bed 2 bath, airco-
    > > n, swimming pool double garage etc.
    > > Kingsley is a relatively cheap suburb so dont go thinking this is a
    > > reflection of what you'll pay across the whole of Perth.
    > No this was not a typo as you put it, if you had looked at some of my
    > other threads then you would of seen that the property is to be fully
    > furnished and is aimed at giving people all the home comforts before th-
    > ere own shipment arrives.
    > I know only to well what it is like to go without beds,duvets and basics
    > like knives and forks, pot and pans and even just getting your washing
    > done especially if you have small children with you.All these things
    > make a difference and save buying duplicate sets before your own arrive.
    > so no i dont think this is too much to pay for a house as you put it in
    > relatively cheap suburb.
    > I hope this clears things up
    > perth girl

You'd be wrong tho. As someone else tried this same thing in here a couple
of weeks ago with a place in Sydney.

2 X the going rate, even if furnished, wont attract much attention. Even
from unsuspecting new arrivals.




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[QUOTE=Morris Syzlak]"perth girl" <[email protected]_expats.com> wrote in message
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    > > I would imagine this is a typo it should be dollars not pounds, pounds
    > > would equate to about 500 dollars per week !, if you look on www.real-
    > > estate.com.au in the Kinglsey area you can see there are a number of
    > > propertys for rent, ie 265 dollars per week for a 4 bed 2 bath, airco-
    > > n, swimming pool double garage etc.
    > > Kingsley is a relatively cheap suburb so dont go thinking this is a
    > > reflection of what you'll pay across the whole of Perth.
    > No this was not a typo as you put it, if you had looked at some of my
    > other threads then you would of seen that the property is to be fully
    > furnished and is aimed at giving people all the home comforts before th-
    > ere own shipment arrives.
    > I know only to well what it is like to go without beds,duvets and basics
    > like knives and forks, pot and pans and even just getting your washing
    > done especially if you have small children with you.All these things
    > make a difference and save buying duplicate sets before your own arrive.
    > so no i dont think this is too much to pay for a house as you put it in
    > relatively cheap suburb.
    > I hope this clears things up
    > perth girl

You'd be wrong tho. As someone else tried this same thing in here a couple
of weeks ago with a place in Sydney.

2 X the going rate, even if furnished, wont attract much attention. Even
from unsuspecting new arrivals.


hi morris

whose to say im wrong ,have you taken a look at the poms in perth website and looked at the accomodation page i think you will be surprised!

I stayed in there houses when i arrived.


To say that expats are unsuspecting is rubbish ,they do there research ,they are not stupid.

People dont wont to sleep on floors for 6/7 weeks while there shipping arrives,even if the house they are renting is cheap.


so why try and rubbish what other people are trying to do and let the expats who come over make there own choices and decisions

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Originally Posted by Morris Syzlak
"perth girl" <[email protected]_expats.com> wrote in message
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    > > I would imagine this is a typo it should be dollars not pounds, pounds
    > > would equate to about 500 dollars per week !, if you look on www.real-
    > > estate.com.au in the Kinglsey area you can see there are a number of
    > > propertys for rent, ie 265 dollars per week for a 4 bed 2 bath, airco-
    > > n, swimming pool double garage etc.
    > > Kingsley is a relatively cheap suburb so dont go thinking this is a
    > > reflection of what you'll pay across the whole of Perth.
    > No this was not a typo as you put it, if you had looked at some of my
    > other threads then you would of seen that the property is to be fully
    > furnished and is aimed at giving people all the home comforts before th-
    > ere own shipment arrives.
    > I know only to well what it is like to go without beds,duvets and basics
    > like knives and forks, pot and pans and even just getting your washing
    > done especially if you have small children with you.All these things
    > make a difference and save buying duplicate sets before your own arrive.
    > so no i dont think this is too much to pay for a house as you put it in
    > relatively cheap suburb.
    > I hope this clears things up
    > perth girl

You'd be wrong tho. As someone else tried this same thing in here a couple
of weeks ago with a place in Sydney.

2 X the going rate, even if furnished, wont attract much attention. Even
from unsuspecting new arrivals.


hi morris

whose to say im wrong ,have you taken a look at the poms in perth website and looked at the accomodation page i think you will be surprised!

I stayed in there houses when i arrived.


To say that expats are unsuspecting is rubbish ,they do there research ,they are not stupid.

People dont wont to sleep on floors for 6/7 weeks while there shipping arrives,even if the house they are renting is cheap.


so why try and rubbish what other people are trying to do and let the expats who come over make there own choices and decisions

perth girl
It does seem a bit steep. I lived in a fully furnished pad in Perth similar to the one you describe and I wasn't paying £200 a week.
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Hi perth girl

As you aware the forum is all about providing information to people, If people arent aware of all the information and dont have anything to make comparisons against how can they "make there own choices and decisions" ???

Our responses to your original post have just pointed out to people who might be new to the forum or new to Perth that from our own experience what you are advertising is expensive relative to what else is available, you may not think so which is fine, but unless Joe Bloggs who comes over to Perth views your property at $500 a week and views others at 1/2 to 2/3 of the cost he cannot make an informed choice and runs the risk of wasting his money.

All we have done is shared our experiences from when we came over (just like you decided to), its just unfortunate that you dont seem to of been fully across all the options when you came and maybe paid over the odds.

I dont have any first hand knowledge of Poms In Perth but the general feedback that ive heard from friends and read on this and other forums isnt exactly complimentary, I think the general consensus was that there services and facilities were over priced.......
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Hey Guys and Gals,, Wow pounds thats a lot of dosh

anybody intrested in purchaseing or renting
should visit Real Estate Institute of Western Australia www.reiwa.com.au

alot of the Real Estate Agents that i know recommend this site, for
furnished and unfurnished properties.
i think it provides maps ect ect, and if your concerned regarding distances
to Perth city Check out www.whereis.com.au, gives distances,time and a
regional Map!! hope this helps anybody looking for property

Marco
"steve99" <[email protected]_expats.com> wrote in message
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    >> [QUOTE=Morris Syzlak]"perth girl" <[email protected]_expats.com> wr-
    >> ote in message
    >> news:[email protected] m...
    >> > > I would imagine this is a typo it should be dollars not pounds,
    >> > > pounds
    >> > > would equate to about 500 dollars per week !, if you look on www.-
    >> > > real-
    >> > > estate.com.au in the Kinglsey area you can see there are a number
    >> > > of
    >> > > propertys for rent, ie 265 dollars per week for a 4 bed 2 bath,
    >> > > airco-
    >> > > n, swimming pool double garage etc.
    >> > > Kingsley is a relatively cheap suburb so dont go thinking this is
    >> > > a
    >> > > reflection of what you'll pay across the whole of Perth.
    >> > No this was not a typo as you put it, if you had looked at some of
    >> > my
    >> > other threads then you would of seen that the property is to be ful-
    >> > ly
    >> > furnished and is aimed at giving people all the home comforts before
    >> > th-
    >> > ere own shipment arrives.
    >> > I know only to well what it is like to go without beds,duvets and
    >> > basics
    >> > like knives and forks, pot and pans and even just getting your wash-
    >> > ing
    >> > done especially if you have small children with you.All these thin-
    >> > gs
    >> > make a difference and save buying duplicate sets before your own ar-
    >> > rive.
    >> > so no i dont think this is too much to pay for a house as you put it
    >> > in
    >> > relatively cheap suburb.
    >> > I hope this clears things up
    >> > perth girl
    >> You'd be wrong tho. As someone else tried this same thing in here a
    >> couple
    >> of weeks ago with a place in Sydney.
    >> 2 X the going rate, even if furnished, wont attract much attention.
    >> Even
    >> from unsuspecting new arrivals.
    >> hi morris
    >> whose to say im wrong ,have you taken a look at the poms in perth
    >> website and looked at the accomodation page i think you will be su-
    >> rprised!
    >> I stayed in there houses when i arrived.
    >> To say that expats are unsuspecting is rubbish ,they do there research
    >> ,they are not stupid.
    >> People dont wont to sleep on floors for 6/7 weeks while there shipping
    >> arrives,even if the house they are renting is cheap.
    >> so why try and rubbish what other people are trying to do and let the
    >> expats who come over make there own choices and decisions
    >> perth girl
    > Hi perth girl
    > As you aware the forum is all about providing information to people,
    > If people arent aware of all the information and dont have anything to
    > make comparisons against how can they "make there own choices and dec-
    > isions" ???
    > Our responses to your original post have just pointed out to people who
    > might be new to the forum or new to Perth that from our own experience
    > what you are advertising is expensive relative to what else is availabl-
    > e, you may not think so which is fine, but unless Joe Bloggs who comes
    > over to Perth views your property at $500 a week and views others at 1/2
    > to 2/3 of the cost he cannot make an informed choice and runs the risk
    > of wasting his money.
    > All we have done is shared our experiences from when we came over (just
    > like you decided to), its just unfortunate that you dont seem to of been
    > fully across all the options when you came and maybe paid over the odds.
    > I dont have any first hand knowledge of Poms In Perth but the general
    > feedback that ive heard from friends and read on this and other forums
    > isnt exactly complimentary, I think the general consensus was that there
    > services and facilities were over priced.......
    > --
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Originally Posted by perth girl
hi everyone

I have a 4 bedroomed house for rent,its furnished and has a spar that big enough for 8 people( just what you need in the summer)

The house is suitated in the suburb of kingsley, its close to the shops and overlooks a huge park.The school is a short walk over the park.

The house is available to rent from september till january although i could rent for longer if needed.

If this interests any of you then email me or just reply to this thread.We recently migrated to perth so i know what it takes to get good accomadation.

thanks

perth girl

Just a quick word of support for perth girl, from what I can gather, her property is not just fully furnished, but fully equipped, ie. bed linen, towels, crockery, etc etc. It will have all you need for that initial period of say 2 to 3 weeks when you are scouting suburbs for a longer term rental property. Some of us may have stayed in similar properties when we've been on holiday to Florida.(And paid a darn sight more than £200 per week! :scared: )

I think her property is priced in the holiday home price bracket and as such it seems fairly reasonably priced compared to some of the properties on the web sites listed below.

www.lets-perth.com
www.ozstays.com
www.pomsinperth.com
www.emi-great.com

Most of the unfurnished or furnished properties quoted on the websites provided by some previous posters on this thread are for long term let, and as such are able to charge comparatively less.

Just so as you know, I have rented similar accomodation for our first two weeks in Rockingham when we arrive in September. Not, might I add with perth girl, just in case anyone thought I was crawling for a discount!
I feel that after a long flight, the thought of staying somewhere for the first few weeks that has all we need will be a great comfort, and will be one less thing to worry about.
As far as the property being expensive is concerned, in my situation we are a family of 6, so if you divide £200 by 6 people, then by 7 nights, it works out to less than a fiver per person per night.

Now compare that to what it would cost me for at least two rooms in a hotel for the same period, it seems like a bargain to me!!

Thats just my take on the matter, no intention to wind anyone up!!

Lastly I'd just like to wish Good Luck to perth girl in her venture, and be aware some of us appreciate what you're trying to do and wish you well!!
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Originally Posted by PHIZA
Just a quick word of support for perth girl, from what I can gather, her property is not just fully furnished, but fully equipped, ie. bed linen, towels, crockery, etc etc. It will have all you need for that initial period of say 2 to 3 weeks when you are scouting suburbs for a longer term rental property. Some of us may have stayed in similar properties when we've been on holiday to Florida.(And paid a darn sight more than £200 per week! :scared: )

I think her property is priced in the holiday home price bracket and as such it seems fairly reasonably priced compared to some of the properties on the web sites listed below.

www.lets-perth.com
www.ozstays.com
www.pomsinperth.com
www.emi-great.com

Most of the unfurnished or furnished properties quoted on the websites provided by some previous posters on this thread are for long term let, and as such are able to charge comparatively less.

Just so as you know, I have rented similar accomodation for our first two weeks in Rockingham when we arrive in September. Not, might I add with perth girl, just in case anyone thought I was crawling for a discount!
I feel that after a long flight, the thought of staying somewhere for the first few weeks that has all we need will be a great comfort, and will be one less thing to worry about.
As far as the property being expensive is concerned, in my situation we are a family of 6, so if you divide £200 by 6 people, then by 7 nights, it works out to less than a fiver per person per night.

Now compare that to what it would cost me for at least two rooms in a hotel for the same period, it seems like a bargain to me!!

Thats just my take on the matter, no intention to wind anyone up!!

Lastly I'd just like to wish Good Luck to perth girl in her venture, and be aware some of us appreciate what you're trying to do and wish you well!!
thanks for the support you seem to be the only one on my side.

And yes the property would be fully equipped which does mean all the things like towels, bed linen cutlery,pots and pans etc.

I thought i wasent to expensive for a short term let either as when i came over here we were a family of 7 and that meant either booking 2 hotel rooms or try and find a furnished house short term.

The house is still for rent and is available for any amount of time.


thanks perth girl
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