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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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  • Protect our Unique Environment and Wildlife

    Ray White Burpengary and Ray White Caboolture have created a reusable and recyclable bag. The Queensland Government has taken action to protect our unique environment and wildlife through the introduction of a ban on the supply of single-use lightweight plastic shopping bags on 1 July 2018. To recycle your Ray White … Read more

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  • House prices to surge in the next 3 years

    In the next three years, house prices in Brisbane, Perth and Canberra are expected to surge by the most — while the Sydney market slows to a crawl. BY BUSINESS REPORTER DAVID CHAU UPDATED MON 25 JUN 2018, 6:21 AM AEST Key points: – Sydney is tipped to be the slowest property market … Read more

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  • Moreton Bay – University Precinct Flyover

    Petrie Paper Mill site is the location of the Moreton Bay Region University Precinct. The Moreton Bay Region University Precinct site is strategically located close to key transport infrastructure, with the Petrie railway station (at the junction of the existing Caboolture Rail Line and the soon to be opened Moreton … Read more

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  • EMERGENCY kit checklist

    The following checklist will enable you to prepare your own emergency kit in preparation for storm season which can often start in Spring. Necessities in the event of a severe weather incident include: Torch Portable radio Spare batteries First aid kit Bottled water, non-perishable food and any infant and pet … Read more

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