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  • Ray White leads the way with online auctions

    LAST week showed Ray White members can adapt to almost anything including the new online auction format with the help of our cutting edge technology. The group still cleared 52 per cent of all our auctions last Saturday, 10 per …

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  • Ray White offers solution for government to help tenants

    Ray White Group Managing Director Dan White today welcomed the Federal Government announcement to protect both commercial and residential tenants suffering financial stress due to COVID-19 from eviction for the next six months. He also encouraged the use of the …

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  • Five steps to buying your first home

    Buying your first home can be one of the most exciting experiences but when starting the process, the first question is usually ‘Where do I begin?’. While you may think the first step is looking at properties, there are actually …

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  • Get to know Sarah Gutzke from Ray White Wamuran

    What does a normal day look like for you? What’s normal?! That is the beauty of property management – no two days are the same. However, my days now involve team management, new business, trust accounting plus a bit of …

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  • White Paper – February 2020

    On the back of a record January and with rising median house prices, we awaited our February results with more than usual interest. Our members recorded $3.87 billion in total unconditional sales for February, a staggering 30 per cent higher …

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  • Treloar family expands reach to Albany Creek

    Wayne Treloar is excited to announce he has acquired ownership of Ray White Albany Creek, not far from his existing Bridgeman Downs office in Brisbane’s northwest. Mr Treloar and his wife Sonya are already local success stories, following their sharp rise to excellence at Ray White Bridgeman Downs. “We have … Read more

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  • Carseldine: Suburb acts as boomgate to the north

    REGULAR peak-hour motorists would know this suburb because of a notorious intersection which features daily on radio traffic updates, but locals say it’s not an issue. Carseldine, which is some 16km north of Brisbane CBD, is supposed to be the gateway to the Sunshine Coast but it’s more like a … Read more

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  • Fundraiser for Brisbane mum in fight for life

    TWO of Ray White’s leading female agents have thrown their weight behind a fundraiser to support local Warner mum Suz Cox in her fight for life. Ray White agents, Roxanne Paterson, owner and principal of Ray White Bracken Ridge and Sonya Treloar, director and elite sales performer from Ray White … Read more

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  • Brisbane property price growth higher than Sydney last quarter

    BRISBANE property prices grew at a faster rate than Sydney last quarter, official data out today has found. The Residential Property Price Index (RPPI) for Brisbane grew 0.7 per cent in the September quarter — trailing only Hobart (3.4 per cent) and Melbourne (1.1 per cent) growth in the three … Read more

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  • Australia: a nation of cash-poor millionaires

    AP Amazon is on the verge of launching in the Australian retail market. Who wants to be a millionaire? Forget the game show and the song titles – the average Australian household now has more than a million dollars in net wealth. The trouble is we are becoming increasingly cash poor. While the … Read more

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  • Catch the wave of migration from Sydney to Queensland

    While humpback whales are slowly heading back south to Antarctica with their calves, Australians are heading north – to Queensland. On the Queensland coast the humpback whales are slowly heading back south to Antarctica with their calves after their June to August migration to tropical North Queensland waters where they mate … Read more

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  • Who is the typical investor in the Australian property market?

    Contrary to the image a property investor might conjure up – a wealthy full-time property speculator – most residential investors in Australia don’t actually rely on it as their primary source of income. In reality, Australia’s residential investment market is dominated by people who, having bought their own home, have … Read more

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