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  • Ray White calls secure almost 6000 new appraisals

    Appraisals are the lifeblood of real estate and twice a year Ray White holds a huge call-a-thon to create some friendly rivalry between the states and New Zealand. Our eighth Real Estate of Origin was exceptional and shows the breadth …

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  • Deciding to buy your first home

    Buying a property isn’t just a matter of opening realestate.com.au on your phone and scrolling. You need to put lots of thought into it before you even get to that stage. Where to start if you want to buy a house The most obvious place to start is to determine … Read more

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  • Mid-winter activity fires up

    The mid-winter auction market continues to fire with strong buyer activity across the country. Despite higher interest rates and high inflation, which is mostly being driven by price rises on non-discretionary goods, auction clearance rates have rebounded. Is stock “piling …

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  • Weekly Economic Update

    Where are you most likely to find an energy efficient home? Nerida Conisbee, Ray White Chief Economist Energy prices are on the move and although a crisis of widespread blackouts looks to be averted for now, longer term, having an …

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  • How buyers can make auctions work for them

    THERE’S no doubt sellers love an auction but there are some surprising benefits for buyers as well. Australia’s largest auction house Ray White calls one in five auctions across the country with a year to date clearance rate of 71 …

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  • How to prepare for an open house inspection

    Inspections are like a first date. You only get one chance to make that first impression So if you want to prepare for an open house inspection, there are a few things you can do ahead of the big day. In order to prepare your property for inspection success, follow … Read more

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  • Ray White welcomes Milo Rasinac

    Ray White Victoria and Tasmania has appointed the highly regarded Milo Rasinac to the role of Network Development Manager. An accomplished auctioneer, Mr Rasinac is well known in Melbourne, especially in and around Essendon, where he owned a market leading …

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  • Weekly economic update – 16 June

    Nerida Conisbee, Ray White Chief Economist Stamp duty is back on the agenda with the NSW Government announcing this week that it will press forward with its proposed changes to the tax. The changes, which involve a gradual movement from …

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  • Preparing your house for sale

    Presentation is key when preparing your home for sale, so don’t skip this step. Whether it’s a basic declutter and styling or a small renovation to increase value, discover what buyers are looking for in a property for sale and the common selling mistakes to avoid. Renovating to sell … Read more

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  • Market stays hot amid strong weekend selling

    The weather might be getting colder but the property market is still hot, with the Real Estate Institute of Victoria predicting 1330 properties would go under the hammer this week. After a number of knockout auctions on Saturday, realestate.com.au reported a preliminary clearance rate of 74 per cent from 531 … Read more

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  • How to determine and track your property’s value

    When it seems everyone around you is talking house prices, how do you know what your home is worth? If it’s been a while since you made your purchase, it can be difficult to keep up to date with your property’s value over the years. If it’s been a while … Read more

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  • How much deposit do you need to buy a house

    Saving enough money for a home deposit is the Holy Grail for first-home buyers. But, in today’s market, how much do you really need? Do you need a 20% deposit? Or will lenders let you in the door with considerably less? Here’s what you need to know. How much deposit … Read more

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  • Second busiest auction week of the year

    There were 3,062 homes taken to auction across the combined capital cities this week, making it the second busiest auction week of the year so far. The previous week saw 2,054 homes taken to auction, with the lower volumes attributed to public holiday long weekends across four of the eight … Read more

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  • Melbourne auctions: Sales still strong amid rising interest rates

    The charming rear of 20 Tongue St, Yarraville which sold under the hammer on Saturday for $2.04m. A number of Victorian suburbs notched top results at auctions over the weekend, despite rising interest rates adding pressure to the property market. 970 homes were poised to go under the hammer this … Read more

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  • Australia’s auction market has busiest start to the year on record

    The momentum from last year’s record high auction volumes has continued into 2022 with the Australian residential auction market achieving its busiest first quarter on record. CoreLogic’s Quarterly Auction Market Review shows 23,748 homes went under the hammer in the first three months of 2022, making it the busiest March quarter … Read more

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  • What is conveyancing and how does it work?

    After countless inspections, you finally find your dream home. It’s close to your children’s school, comes with a dreamy backyard, and is well within your budget. Now comes the paperwork and it is time for you to find a good conveyancer. The settlement process is a complex task including … Read more

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