REIWA Curtin Buy-Rent Index
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The REIWA Curtin Buy-Rent Index is a tool to assess whether it is a better time to buy or rent based on past and current trends in the economic climate. The Buy-Rent Index does not represent the performance of an individual property, but instead looks at aggregate median house prices.
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