As real estate's busiest time of the year arrives, a seller's market remains in place.
One of Penrith’s most iconic properties has been put on the market, with hopes that a new owner will be able to embrace the historic charm and return it to its former glory.
The piece of land behind Caddens Corner shopping centre is set to make way for a major mixed-use development with four new retail premises and over 500 apartments within 19 buildings.
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A sprawling Castlereagh property boasting the perfect rural lifestyle just 15 minutes from the Penrith CBD has come onto the market.
While the housing market might not be booming, people are still buying and selling houses around Penrith, according to local experts.
Construction has officially commenced on the region’s newest residency development, Solis by Astina.
NSW Labor Leader Chris Minns has announced plans for a hospital in the Aerotropolis, and to open a swim site for families in western Sydney, if the party is elected in March.
A Penrith apartment has sold for an eye-watering $2.33 million.
A luxury residence is offering a unique experience to welcome creatives to the Penrith region.
Penrith real estate stalwart Colin Henry has activated the first phase of his succession planning strategy with the appointment of his son John Henry to the highly successful Raine & Horne Commercial Penrith team.
The next stage of housing in Caddens is in the pipeline with a $21 million Development Application lodged with Penrith City Council.
A new nine storey apartment development in Thornton, which is helping ease the pressures of the tightening rental market, officially opened last Friday.
Local vendors Astina Group Holdings and CBG Holdings have listed one of the most well-known retail assets in the Penrith region for sale.
A plan for thousands of new houses south of Glenmore Park could finally go ahead after Penrith City Council endorsed a Planning Proposal to progress to public exhibition.
It’s been a church, an office and multiple restaurants, and now one of Penrith’s most iconic landmarks on Henry Street is up for sale.
The Reserve Bank of Australia has delivered another hit to home owners by increasing the official cash rate by 0.5 per cent to 1.85 per cent.
Plans that could see a potential residential community be developed at Orchard Hills North will progress to public exhibition after Penrith City Council endorsed the Planning Proposal.
First home buyers will be able to avoid paying up front stamp duty and instead pay a small annual property tax under reforms confirmed in today's State Budget.
After months of wet and humid weather, many locals have found themselves dealing with mould both in and outside their homes.