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  • Christchurch auction market stays hot during winter

    THE Christchurch auction market has continued to fire on all cylinders as nearly 50 people packed an in-room auction event that saw four out of five properties sell under the hammer. Ray White New Zealand South Island Regional Manager Jane …

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  • Ray White continues to defy negative predictions

    MONTHS after commentary began about market crashes, Australasia’s largest real estate group have continued to successfully defy the doomsday predictions. A return to online auctions in Victoria and concerns for New South Wales are yet to severely dent clearance rates …

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  • Timeless elegance in Ascot enclave

    This picture-perfect home at 30 Bennison Street, Ascot sits in one of Brisbane’s most desirable enclaves. Showcasing a commanding facade framed by landscaped gardens and a wide front verandah, this breathtaking classic home has been listed by Damon Warat of Ray White …

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  • Budget friendly home improvement tips

    Thinking of selling your house? A well-presented home can be the difference between a good price and a great price but no one wants to spend money on big changes. Luckily, there are some great ways to add value to …

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  • Why now is the right time to buy a house

    With global stock markets swinging wildly from one extreme to the other as the coronavirus Covid-19 continues to spread, investors are feeling cold feet. But according to property experts, the tough economic climate could actually be viewed as a lucrative opportunity. “In times of economic upheaval and share market crashes, … Read more

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  • Unfinished reno? No problem

    In Brisbane’s western suburbs, sellers Marie and Stuart McFarlane recently netted $1.75 million for their five bedroom home at 30 Guthrie St, Paddington. Despite being in the middle of renovations, the Brisbane couple made the decision to sell after Mr …

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  • Compassion and care wins

    Melbourne home owners John and Kerryn Payne put their 100 per cent faith in Daniel Diamantopoulos. And he delivered in spades. Despite the second lockdown, it was smiles all around at 1 Crawley Court, Craigieburn in Melbourne recently which sold …

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  • More than just four walls

    Unusual homes for buyers who are looking for something out of the ordinary. It’s the great Australian dream to own a home but no one specified whether it needs to be bricks and mortar in the suburbs or perhaps something …

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  • Ray White Woodside welcomes rural sales leader

    ALASTAIR Johnson is a well-known face in South Australia’s rural circles and is now the newest member of the Ray White Woodside team. Mr Johnson comes from a significant farming background at Tintinara and Coonalpyn in South Australia’s Upper South …

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  • Seven steps to reduce mortgage stress

    The federal government and banking sector have thrown everything they can at home owners during the pandemic to prevent widespread mortgage stress across the community. But when the music stops after six-month home loan holidays end, it’s likely some borrowers whose livelihoods have been affected by the pandemic economic shutdown still … Read more

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  • We’re so excited to announce that for the fifth year in a row, Ray White has taken out the top industry award for Major Network of the Year at the 2020 Real Estate Business Awards.

    The award cements our group’s success despite a roller coaster year that saw a dramatic increase in our sales market share. In accepting the award held via Zoom, Managing Director Dan White said he was humbled to win the award for the fifth year in succession and praised the hard … Read more

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  • 8 stylish ways to warm up the home for winter

    Chic and cosy styling hacks to elevate your interiors as the temperature drops. Just as we pull overcoats, thermals and scarves out from the depths of our wardrobe in preparation for winter, there are steps we should take to ready our homes as well. While keeping warm is our first … Read more

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  • What first-home buyers need to be looking out for right now

    It’s not surprising that many first-home buyers keeping abreast of the latest property news are feeling the “fear of missing out”. Interest rates are at an all-time low, restrictions on public auctions have eased, and some homes have been discounted. While these conditions can provide a boost for first-home buyers, on … Read more

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  • How property prices are really reacting to COVID-19

    Are house prices falling? Not yet, but residential property prices are certainly not immune to the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. Predicting property prices is a favourite pastime for many economists but in most circumstances, forecasts are inaccurate. During the coronavirus crisis, there have been projections of house price increases … Read more

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  • How to successfully work from home amid COVID-19

    Many of us are now a few weeks into working from home and it’s fair to say the results have been mixed. We wanted to check in and find out how you’re coping in these unprecedented times. How is WFH life treating you? With many of us feeling isolated and … Read more

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