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  • Energetic auction market across Australia

    AUCTION activity has bounced back with tremendous energy off the back of softening finance conditions and lack of supply, according to Australasia’s largest property group. Ray White has 2193 auctions booked in this month, up a whopping 28.8 per cent …

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  • Lush mega block on offer in blue chip Hamilton

    FEW people would ever know that there’s an extensive parcel of almost 3000sqm tropical rainforest land on Hamilton Hill in Brisbane. The prime mega block is the result of a 10 year labour of love and acquisition by local orthopaedic …

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  • Find your perfect match this Saturday

    Valentine’s Day is almost here and property buyers are ready to fall in love. Ray White’s auction market is feeling the love this month with a 70 per cent national clearance rate last Saturday, according to the Ray White’s own …

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  • How To Make The Most Of A Small Kitchen

    As a prospective home buyer, chances are that the kitchen is high up your list of priorities. Indeed, the kitchen and master bathroom are the two most important rooms for buyers when choosing real estate, according to Forbes. Even if the rest of the house checks out, a small kitchen can … Read more

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  • Riverfront fortune seeks new owners in Perth

    ONE of Perth’s finest and private riverfront homes is set to bring luck and good fortune to its new owners. Ray White Cottesloe | Mosman Park Director Jody Fewster said the incredibly private six bedroom masterpiece at 140 Victoria Avenue, Dalkeith, aptly …

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  • Challenging our best to be better

    We recently held our annual Chairman’s Elite and Alan White Elite conferences in Bali. It was the first time we celebrated together in an overseas location. It was a magical setting to recognise those members who achieved results across the …

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  • Auction wrap from around the grounds

    First home buyers were out in strong numbers at auctions across Australia today, incentivised by the federal government’s latest scheme, according to the leading property group, Ray White. This week it was announced that more than 5,700 Australians have signed up for the …

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  • What will Australia’s median house price get you?

    The Australian capital city median house price has reached just over $632,000 as of January 2020 according to CoreLogic – that’s a 412 per cent increase since 1993. So what will your hard earned $632,000 get you in each capital …

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  • White Paper – January 2020

    We have kicked off the new year, a new decade with a new January personal best sales record. Across the broad network our members tallied up $2.86 billion in unconditional sales – some 26 per cent higher than the previous …

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  • Our Tips To Make The Big Move Smooth

    Finally, the big day has arrived. All the paperwork has gone through and you have the keys in your hand. Moving into your new home should be the exciting and easy part, right? Some people rate moving houses as one of the most stressful experiences you can go through, but … Read more

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  • Vanessa Rader: bushfire stories from our people

    Vanessa Rader’s family home is in Malua Bay, one of the worst affected regions in the bushfires. Smoke has been blanketing her town since Christmas, however, New Year’s Eve was the scariest time of all. By 8.30am the power was …

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  • 4 Must-Know Tips For Beginner Property Investors

    Improve your chances of success and make property investment easier by keeping these must-know tips in mind. 1. CHOOSE THE RIGHT PROPERTY, AT A GOOD PRICE Find a high yielding property and you could be able to cover your entire mortgage with rental income alone. When choosing a property, you need … Read more

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  • Four Tips For Choosing The Right Suburb For Your First Home

    Choosing your ideal suburb to live in takes more than just the ‘right feeling’. There are a number of factors that could affect not only your quality of living, but also the value of your home in the future. Are you ready to begin hunting through homes for sale? Here … Read more

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  • The First Timer’s Guide To Decorating A Home!

    Congratulations! You’ve just bought your first house and we’re sure you can’t wait to transform this empty shell into your dream home. However, there are a few factors to take into account before beginning your decorating masterpiece. Here’s everything you need to know if it’s your first time decorating a … Read more

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  • How To Resettle Your Pets In A New Home

    Moving house and unsure how best to settle your pets into a new environment? Along with our friends at Jetpets, we’ve put together our top 7 tips to help make the transition as smooth and relaxed as possible – for both you and your pet. Familiarise your pet with their … Read more

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  • The Joys Of Climbing Plants

    Climbing plants, also known as vines, grow naturally in tropical and temperate forests. Some use tendrils to anchor themselves to supports, while others – such as English ivy – use suckers to grip. Many climbers need to be trained to grow onto trellises or wires, often with a little wire … Read more

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  • 9 Ways To Make A Small Room Look Bigger And Feel Spacious

    Small spaces in the home are becoming more common whether through choice or necessity. It doesn’t have to be a negative – there are plenty of ways to make a small room feel larger and yet retain a cosy and homely feel. The good news is, you don’t have to completely redecorate to … Read more

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  • Get Your Garden Ready For A Hot Summer

    With a hot summer ahead and water restrictions in place, now is the time to prepare and get into some good garden habits to ensure it thrives during the hotter months. Think before planting Consider plants that do well in heat and require less water to grow; think succulents, tomatoes, … Read more

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  • Our Favourite Pre-Summer Landscaping Tips

    Australia is in for a hotter summer than usual, according to the Bureau of Meteorology’s forecasts. That means 40 degree days and tropical nights are ahead, all of which can make it tough to spend time doing things outside, like tending to your garden. However, you home’s first impression is … Read more

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