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  • New virtual format keeps auction market alive

    (Ray White New South Wales CEO and auctioneer Jason Andrew calling virtual auctions on Friday morning.) RAY WHITE offices across Australia have embraced new virtual auction methods in a move that shows that there is little that can dampen the …

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  • FaceTime for when you can’t have facetime

    RAY White Group has always proudly been at the forefront of technology and now, in these unprecedented times, the leading brand is leading on how technology can revolutionize open homes and auctions, while keeping its valued customers safe and comfortable. No-one …

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  • How to find a home option that suits you best

    There are many different paths to home ownership, so how do you work out which one is best for you now and into the future? Buying a home is one of the biggest decisions you’ll make – financially and on a personal level. So, thinking about what you need from a home … Read more

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  • Safely support your local cafe’s, bars and restaurants in Paddington

    The current events regarding COVID-19 are rapidly changing and affecting the everyday routine and income for Australian businesses; both large and small. In times like these, it is best to continue supporting your local businesses as they face these times of hardship. You can continue to support the restaurants and … Read more

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  • Private auctions go out with a bang in Sydney and Melbourne

    (Bidders are 24 Cinerea Avenue, Ferntree Gully spaced 1.5 metres apart.) THERE were some strong auction sales recorded across Sydney and Melbourne last night, the final opportunity to sell on-site ahead of the new government restrictions. From now on interested …

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  • Late night auction success for Melbourne

    (The winning bidders from Ray White Ferntree Gully’s auction at 3 Gravenstein Crescent, The Basin.) THE move to private auctions this week proved not to daunt eager buyers in Melbourne who continued to show up in force, ready to bid …

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  • How much does it cost to sell a house?

    There’s a myriad of costs to vendors when selling a house. From conveyancing costs to agents’ fees and bonuses to marketing expenses, there’s lots to consider. Campbell Cooney, director and auctioneer at Hodges, one of Melbourne’s oldest real estate agencies, says vendors need to be aware of the costs involved … Read more

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  • 9 Reversible rental makeovers

    You don’t need to own your house to make it feel like home. Current housing data proves more Australians are living in rental properties than ever before but it doesn’t have to be a drag. More and more renters are making their homes more beautiful than ever using affordable and … Read more

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  • Guided walks a Sherwood Aboretum

    In celebration of the 95th anniversary of Sherwood Arboretum, take a guided walk at one of Brisbane’s living treasures, Sherwood Arboretum containing over 1,000 trees. Sherwood Arboretum established in 1925 is Brisbane’s only botanical garden dedicated exclusively to growing Australian native trees. The arboretum holds scientific and cultural values with … Read more

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  • What do great sales campaigns have in common?

    Selling a house might seem easy, but without time, research and consideration it can turn into tricky business and potentially disappointing results. With millions more buyers on realestate.com.au compared to last year, now is a great time to be thinking about selling your home. But before you break out the … Read more

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  • How to rent your house on a short-term let site

    Home owners across Australia are cashing in on the growing popularity of short letting, with some Sydneysiders reportedly earning as much as $5000 a year as occasional hosts. However, while letting out a spare room – or even your entire property – on a short-term letting platform may seem like … Read more

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  • Intrude at Eagle Street Pier

    In a first for Brisbane, Australian artist Amanda Parer will showcase her world famous Intrude artwork installation, featuring giant inflatable, seven-metre tall luminous bunnies at Eagle Street Pier this March. Standing tall yet relaxed at seven-metres high, the bunnies of Intrude will see their first visit to Brisbane as this world-renowned artwork installation lands … Read more

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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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  • How much value will a bedroom add to a house?

    Most Australian home owners understand that adding a bedroom will increase the value of their property, but by how much exactly? Cathy Morrissey, known as The Reno Chick, says while a combination of factors ultimately determines the value of a property, adding a bedroom to a house generally adds more … Read more

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  • 4 tips for scoring the rental property of your dreams

    With an ever-increasing number of Australians renting their homes, applying for a rental can sometimes be a nightmare. But with a little planning and preparation, you can put your best rental foot forward and get yourself into a great rental home that’s perfect for your needs. Joanne Pearson, a client … Read more

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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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