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  • Ray White opens its doors in Kellyville Ridge

    A familiar face has opened a brand new real estate office in the North-West Sydney suburb of Kellyville Ridge, with deals already underway. Sukhbir Sidhu, who has been a salesperson at the Riverstone office for the past three years, is …

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  • Ray White Whangarei hit their auctions for six

    RAY WHITE Whangarei celebrated a one hundred per cent clearance rate at auction last night as they sold all six of their properties under the hammer for a combined value of $3,924,000. The real stand-out of the night came in Woodhill …

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  • Staying fighting fit

    We asked Ray White Frankston Principal Ashley Weston how he was helping his office through lockdown in Melbourne. What kinds of things are you doing to keep your agents engaged? We originally thought we were going into lockdown for six …

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  • House keys and wedding bells

    FOR a lucky Newcastle couple, it was a day of firsts as they officially put the sold sign on their new home at 16 Stanley St, Belmont then sealed the deal with a proposal. It was a beautiful sunny day …

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  • Strong buyer demand boosts clearance rates

    WHILE listings continue to trend down, buyer demand has been unwavering over the past month which has been reflected in strong auction clearance rates across the country. Following a record July and August for Australasia’s largest real estate agency, September, …

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  • Brought forward auctions the new normal in Christchurch

    AUCTIONS being called forward has become the new normal in Christchurch after another stellar event which saw 12 out of 14 properties sell via their auction campaigns. Seven properties successfully sold under the hammer, four were sold prior and one …

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  • Ray White celebrates its property managers

    THE BACKBONE of Ray White’s property management business is its 2300 property managers who help the leading network manage its rent roll of 250,000 managements each day. Yesterday these unsung heroes – whose day often swings from managing one crisis …

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  • Melbourne sellers say why wait?

    Semi retired panel beater Darren Pay and his wife Sarah have become ‘expert’ photographers and drone pilots under lockdown in Melbourne. The Pays decided to seize the opportunity and take their own photos and drone videos, plus style their home …

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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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