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  • Weekly Economic Update – 23 September

    This week Ray White Chief Economist, Nerida Conisbee looks at Australia’s top house flipping suburbs, as well as how COVID has driven up household wealth Where is our house flipping capital? In boom markets, house flipping (buying and selling a …

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  • Weekly Economic Update

    This week I take a look at Australia’s top house flipping suburbs, as well as how COVID has driven up household wealth Where is our house flipping capital? In boom markets, house flipping (buying and selling a house within 12 …

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  • The jewel in the Southern Highlands

    An extensive parcel of land in the Southern Highlands at Berrima, once earmarked by Hume Coal for a mine, is now on the market to be sold in one line with offers over $60 million expected. Ray White Rural sales …

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  • Ray White drives an extra 6,760 appraisals

    Ray White’s legendary Real Estate of Origin appraisal drive reached a new level of friendly rivalry, banter and competition yesterday. The bi-annual drive was powered by NurtureCloud – Ray White’s latest innovative prop-tech tool which turbocharges an agent’s call list …

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  • Under the hammer sales net more on average

    AUCTIONS aren’t just good theatre, the sale method could also make vendors more than 12 per cent more on their property. In August, the price gap between auctioned properties that sold prior and those that sold under the hammer was …

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  • Melbourne prices set to surge as restrictions ease

    Melbourne home prices are tipped to surge following the lifting of a seven-week ban on home inspections over the weekend, due to pent-up buyer demand and a lack of stock. Agents report inspection bookings started flowing when the news was announced, but many restrictions still remain, with only one set of … Read more

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  • Landmark Sydney waterfront estate on offer

    ONE of the North Shore’s finest grand family homes, the landmark estate at 62 Cliff Road, Northwood, is on offer for the first time in 60 years. Marketing agents Ray White Lower North Shore Group Principals Richard Harding and Geoff Smith said this incredibly …

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  • What happens in the Melbourne property market after lockdowns?

    There are no AFL finals in Melbourne this spring, but hope is alive that the other big game in town – real estate – will reawaken. The return of one-on-one inspections for all properties, not just those that are unoccupied (which could go ahead on September 23 if COVID-19 vaccine … Read more

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  • Property prices will surge another 20% in 2021

    Despite the so-called “Delta dampener”, the Australian housing market remains in very good shape. Amid a new wave of lockdowns and restrictions on the housing sector across several states and territories, ANZ Research has noted that dwelling prices are continuing to surge, particularly across capital cities. In fact, national house … Read more

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  • Melbourne’s busy spring market to endure second year of lockdown

    Melbourne’s property market is staring down the barrel of spending a second spring selling season in lockdown, as restrictions aimed at stopping the spread of COVID-19 are extended into what’s usually the busiest time of year in real estate. Under the restrictions, in-person inspections and public auctions have been banned, … Read more

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  • How organising our homes in lockdown helps us cope

    When a lockdown hits, many of us feel it’s a time to focus on our mental health by making small changes that help us deal with a challenging time. The healthy coping strategies that many of us have tried include exercise, cutting out alcohol, practising mindfulness and seeking the support … Read more

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  • Weekly Economic Update

    This week, I take a look at inflation and interest rates as well as the world’s new richest man and what that means for property. Inflation fears are abating, good news for interest rates High inflation is something that was …

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  • 5 ways my home has calmed me down during coronavirus

    I’m generally pretty calm in a crisis. From bushfires to squabbles with my four sisters, I have experienced various calamities over the years – but I’ve managed to keep things in check. Yet somehow, the COVID-10 pandemic feels scarier than most things, and has left me quite anxious and flat. … Read more

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  • Celebrating our top women – Vicki Pain

    Vicki Pain, principal of Ray White Rural Dayboro and Ray White Rural Eumundi, and a 20/21 Ray White Rural Chairman’s Elite Agent, has shared her unique story and perspective on success within the real estate industry. Vicki’s entry into the …

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  • Five ingredients for the perfect kitchen

    When it comes time to design your kitchen, the recipe is simple. It needs to present beautifully but taste equally as amazing. The presentation of the kitchen is always the most exciting part but so often we forget about the taste (aka what is inside those cupboards) and that is … Read more

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  • Should you go to auction or private sale?

    When selling a property, you have to make a lot of decisions, but one of the most important ones is about the method of sale; auction or private sale? Often depicted on reality TV, auctions are a competitive, public process that can help drive up the selling price, while private … Read more

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  • 5 simple ways to make your home office eco-friendly

    While we’re all working from home due to Corona virus it’s worth remembering we can all do our part in reducing our environmental impact. Not only does eco-living benefit the planet, but studies show it also has a positive impact on your health, mental well being and productivity, too. There’s never … Read more

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  • Lucky 13 years for Ray White Commercial Property BDE

    “I started with Ray White Commercial 13 years ago now, I think that speaks volumes.” Those were the words of Commercial Property Management Business Development Executive Leteicha Wilson when asked if she would recommend Australasia’s largest real estate group …

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