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Esperance homes among slowest to sell in WA, despite high demand for rentals



Colleen and Chris Unwin have spent four years trying to sell their Esperance house.

Even with the town’s rental market going gangbusters, the region remains one of the state’s slowest places to sell, with homes spending about three times longer than average on the market.

Data from the Real Estate Institute of WA (REIWA) showed that in February this year, an Esperance house took a median of 73 days to sell.

Meanwhile, a house in Kalgoorlie took 22 days to sell,…

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