‘LOCKED IN’ CAMILLO THE MOST TIGHTLY-HELD SUBURB IN PERTH
Camillo homeowners are Perth’s most reluctant to move, with residents staying put for almost 16 years on average. New data compiled by realestate.com.au shows residents in the south-eastern suburb, on average, do not up stumps for 15.9 years. Mundijong was the second most favoured Perth suburb with homeowners staying 15.4 years, while Noranda, Edgewater and Bellevue residents tended to stay on for between 14 and 15 years. The timeframes are well above the average hold period for houses in Perth, which sits at 9.7 years.