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Ray White Byron Bay

Our aim is to be at the forefront of the Byron Bay property landscape; maximising results for our clients & intelligently & progressively building our thriving region. Property is our passion but it is the people that drive us to succeed. Renowned for consistently raising the benchmark in real estate, … Read more read on

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Five things you might forget at open inspections

February Rate Review

With the Reserve Bank stirring the cash rate from its slumber on February 3, Australian lenders are now in the race to provide better deals to existing and potential customers. While many have passed on the cash rate cut, Australians depending on this metric alone may be … read on
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Find Yourself Some Harmony on election day in Byron Bay

In Byron Bay, election day (March 28) is Harmony Day! There will be music, dancing and food from all corners of the globe: African, Spanish, Latin American, Indian, Middle Eastern and Indonesian. It’s all happening at Main Beach, Byron Bay and will run from 12pm until … read on

Byron Bay in top 10 Coastal Areas Set to Surge

Suburbs along the coast of the eastern seaboard are poised to see solid growth in 2015, according to a new report. Data released by showed nine out of the top 10 suburbs were located along the regional coast of New South Wales and Queensland. Only one … read on

Selling in season: When’s the best time to sell?

Though springtime is the traditional selling season for real estate, some properties are better suited to sale during the other seasons. It depends on the property, the current market and your presentation and marketing. It’s no wonder people traditionally sell their homes in … read on

Property negotiations: private treaty versus auction

The method of sale will impact when negotiations take place and the manner in which the price is determined and the deal closed. Whether you are a buyer or a seller, it is important to know the processes around negotiating and settling private treaty and auction sales. Some … read on

July Rate Review

There are mixed emotions about what the cash rate will do in the next few months, with some experts citing a drop while others expect no change. What is clearer, however, is the idea that the good days of low rates may be over within the next year or so. With this in mind, … read on

Is now the right time to fix your home loan?

With interest rates remaining low many home owners are asking themselves “Should I fix my home loan rate?” In this article, we’ll be going over the factors you need to consider when deciding to fix your home loan, along with some tips on what to look for in a fixed … read on
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Australian house prices increase by almost half

Australian house prices have increased by almost half in the past six and a half years, spurred on by rapid rates of growth in Sydney and Melbourne. And the increase is even larger if you look at it across the past 20 years, with house prices increasing a whopping 436.6% … read on

6 reasons your home is not selling

If you’re an Aussie homeowner you’ve probably heard almost 80% of capital city homes going to auction are selling. The majority of private listings are resulting in sales within weeks. But what if your ‘for sale’ sign is gathering dust? Or perhaps you went to auction and … read on

August Rate Review

There was little surprise when the Reserve Bank left the cash rate unchanged at its August meeting, however the property waters may be changing tide as we speak. With an interest rate move on the cards in the coming months (albeit mixed reviews on its direction), the upcoming … read on

10 ways to prepare your home for a spring sale

Spring selling season is just around the corner and it’s certainly not too early to be giving it some thought if you’re looking to make an impact on the market. Taking steps to prepare your home now will help you avoid the stress of a last minute rush to market. Taking … read on

Why now is the time to invest in Byron Bay

Corelogic RP Data's head of research Tim Lawless says: "Investors looking for value should be looking for areas where the lifestyle buyers are going to such as Hobart and Byron Bay."  While value is scarce for investors in the Sydney and Melbourne property … read on
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The 9 golden rules of property investing

The nine golden rules of property investing are a set of simple yet powerful strategies that can help you identify a great investment. Read on to learn more about them – they could possibly help you uncover your next ‘golden nugget’. 1. Pay the right price Buy low, sell … read on

We are hiring – Real Estate Business Manager

Ray White Real Estate Byron Bay is a professional real estate company offering a wide range of real estate services to a varied client base. This position has a high degree of responsibility to work autonomously and the ability to manage time efficiently is … read on

What buyers are looking for this spring

Interstate rivalry in Australia has pretty much been around since federation, with the states and territories always on the lookout for a chance to one-up another – be it the weather, sporting glory, or food and culture. But when it comes to property it seems Australians are … read on
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Spring Cleaning Checklist

After a long winter, spring has finally sprung. But before you can open up the windows, you must clean them. Yes, we’re talking about spring cleaning. And to make this daunting task seem a little more manageable, we’ve created a handy-dandy printable spring cleaning checklist. … read on

6 Tips to Maximise Your Rental Returns

To keep a grounded view of the market and ensure you don’t lose quality tenants, consider following these simple steps. 1. Regularly review the rent One of the best ways to keep rental increases sustainable is to always know how your rent compares to the market. Regularly … read on
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Adding value with Granny flats

As a homeowner, you’re likely on the lookout for ways to add value to your property at one point or another. One trend that seems to be gaining popularity across the country is the building of granny flats. Granny flats can add value in a number of ways: it can provide owners … read on
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How to style your home for a quick sale and a better price

When property stylist Claudia Matthews was called in to style a three-bedroom beachside property for sale in Collaroy, the vendor had already been told by several local agents he was unlikely to get close to the $1-million mark. “We did a full styling job on this particular … read on
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5 steps to a better mortgage

  If you’ve been in the same mortgage for a while, chances are there could be a better product with a lower interest rate on the market.  And, with interest rates currently sitting at 60-year lows, now really is the perfect time to review your current home loan. For … read on

October rate review

Australia’s property market is continuing to bubble along, and it comes as no surprise that the cash rate has remained unchanged for the month of October. It has been suggested by numerous experts, however, that the cash rate is at its lowest level in this cycle, meaning home … read on

November Rate Review

The saying: ‘There’s no time like the present’ has never been more true when it comes to timely home loan decisions, with a slew of out-of-cycle rate rises recently hitting the market. While there’s talk of a potential cash rate cut on the cards for the near future, the … read on

What happens when you buy a tenanted property?

An empty house and a new set of keys awaits most home buyers at settlement. But some will inherit a tenant and a house full of somebody else’s belongings. Buying a property with existing tenants can present a dilemma to home buyers keen to move into their dream … read on
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Where to splash the cash when selling

Splash Repairs: Time and money spent repairing obvious defects is rarely wasted, as buyers want a property that’s in good shape. Check for visible signs of wear, inside and outside your home. Small jobs, such as filling gaps, re-grouting bathroom tiles or sanding and … read on
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Byron Bay top performer in suburbs to invest

The boom is over, now bring on the bargains: The best suburbs in Australia to invest in property revealed - where owners can expect to earn double-digit growth in the next 12 months House prices are stablising after months of rapidly increasing prices, especially in … read on
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How to: Attract good tenants

To attract good tenants, you need to know what makes them tick. Real Estate Institute of Queensland Chairman Rob Honeycombe says investors should thoroughly research their target market before marketing their property. Here are his top tips on how to appeal to great … read on

8 signs a suburb is about to surge in value

Understanding the factors that trigger price growth helps ensure you pick a winning investment at the right time. When it comes to investing in property, capital growth is king. While income helps you hold on to your investments over the long term, it’s capital growth … read on

Best time to sell your house at auction

hen it comes to selling your home, the early bird catches the buyers. While Saturday remains the most popular day for auctions, new data shows early morning auctions achieve a higher clearance rate than those held later in the day. An analysis of data for … read on

How to: Prepare your home for a winter sale

Serious buyers are always looking for the right property, even in the cooler months of the year. Here are some specific considerations to keep in mind if you’re looking to sell your home this winter. Lights Winter days can be overcast, so you need to make sure that you … read on

Brett Connable Awarded Ray White Premier Club Status

For the first time in three years a local Byron Real Estate agent has been awarded the membership of the national Ray White Premier Club for his sales success in 2014. The prestigious status is designed to recognise and reward consistency in individual performance and … read on

Byron Bay Ben Makes Run for Charity

Mental Illness is having a growing impact on the community, but one Byron Bay local has decided to do something about it. Ben Ferris will be running all over the coast in a bid to raise much needed funds for research and support services for people suffering from mental … read on

Byron Residents Invited to Help Develop New Town Masterplan

BYRON Shire Council have been listening to feedback from their residents, and now they can initiate the Byron Bay Town Centre Masterplan. For the last three months the council has been busy sifting through the Big Ideas and community's comments. The community's next … read on

Incorporating wind and water into your ocean-side property

When we think of modern design elements, we tend to think of wood, stone, concrete and other surface and building materials. However, for thousands of years a most practical and sometimes spiritual consideration has been the influence of wind and water. Click here to read more … read on

What Happened in the Spring Markets?

November is traditionally an exciting time for real estate in Australia. Not only do you have the continuing effects of the spring surge in selling, but there's also the inclination of buyers and sellers alike to make their moves before Christmas slows everything down. And … read on

Your guide to property leveraging

Investing in property has many benefits; good long-term capital growth, a regular income, tax effectiveness and relatively low risk. But one of its greatest advantages is its high leveraging potential. Leveraging 101 Leveraging is a commonly used term in the investment game … read on

Buy a Bale to support families in drought

With Australia’s central and west regional communities straining under one of the country’s worst droughts on record, it’s time we get behind our country cousins and lend a hand. Ray White has partnered with Buy a Bale and Farmer’s Card and are raising donations in our … read on

Brian White appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia

It was while sitting on his grandfather’s knee, a young boy of five or six, that Brian White got the feeling the real estate business would come to shape his life. Some 113 years after Ray White established a small Queensland realty business, the Ray White Group is still a … read on

Most Recommended Agent!

"Don't work for recognition, but do work worthy of recognition". Congratulations Brett Connable Ray White Byron Bay, he is Byron Bay and Suffolk Parks most recommended agent on Brett says he enjoys working with his clients and assisting them on their real … read on
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Top pool maintenance tips for summer

A pool is an important feature of any luxury property and keeping it in top condition is important all-year round. Whether you love spending summer days by the water or you own a rental property, maintenance is essential at all times. Click here are some top tips for … read on

Saving water in the garden

The great Australian garden is also the great Australian water guzzler. Watering the garden accounts for 30-50 per cent of a household’s water use, and most of Australia now observes some sort of water restrictions. However, there’s more to saving water in the garden than … read on
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Complement your lifestyle with a beachfront property

The thought of owning real estate right on the beachfront is high on many people's wish lists and if you're in the enviable position of being able to buy into this, you'll need to make the right decision.As with any property purchase, it's essential that you think long and hard … read on

Three things to consider before building a deck

About to take advantage of the upcoming spring selling season and list a property for sale? You're likely wondering what types of changes and additions you can make to your home before it's on the market. If you've got a decent amount of space in your backyard, you might want … read on
Top five tips for selling your property this summer

Top five tips for selling your property this summer

With the winter months well and truly underway, it might feel like summer is a long way off into the future. However, if you're hoping to put your property up for sale when the weather starts to improve, you'll need to begin your preparations sooner rather than later. Here … read on

Customer Service Excellence

Whilst we're evangelists for amazing customer service, without any desire for recognition, it's still always nice to be recognised formally. We were delighted to have the Chairman of Ray White, Brian White, present an excellence in customer service award to Michael Gudgeon … read on

“Should I go to Auction?”

In Byron Bay, and the market more generally, there are always peak selling periods and within those periods there are periods where we see a lot of auctions. In these periods, with so many auction listings coming onto the market, it’s natural to ask “Should I go to auction … read on

Why Byron…..? Byron Naturally's fantastic video of 'Things To Do In Byron Bay'.  Have a look and remind yourself why you love Byron so … read on

Why Ray White

Choosing a real estate agent is a big decision for you—there's a lot riding on the decision because you want to ensure you get the most value out of the relationship and deal that you can as well as having a great, hassle-free experience. An agency needs to answer the … read on

96 Granuaille Road, Bangalow, NSW

Large Acreage Edging Bangalow

Offered for sale for the first time in 44 years, this rare 86 acres of prime de-rocked agricultural land offers the opportunity to secure a large parcel within a short walk to...
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Guide $1,690,000 - $1,859...

37 Belongil Crescent, Byron Bay, NSW

What a Great Position!

Located in arguably the best street in the area, this home has a terrific connection to the block with the kitchen, dining and lounge overlooking a spacious & private north...
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Guide $770,000 To $847,000
  • Next inspection02 Jul, 11.00am
  • Auction 06 Aug, 10.00am

3/12 Coachwood Close, Byron Bay, NSW

Renovated Villa Auction Pending

Situated on a level block within a quiet cul-de-sac, this home presents a stunning 2 bedroom Balinese inspired freestanding villa. In a strata of three backing onto a park and...
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Guide $610,000 To $660,000
  • Next inspection02 Jul, 11.00am

429 Wilsons Creek Road, Wilsons Creek, NSW

Panoramic Views at Entry Level Price

Perched in the hills a short 7 minute drive out of Mullumbimby is this charming multi-level home set on two acres of well maintained land. Capturing stunning panoramic views of...
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Guide $698,000 - $749,000

1 Great Granny Waterhouse Drive, Coopers Shoot, NSW

Home & Studio on Ocean View Acres

Positioned on the ridge of Coopers Shoot, this beautiful family home is set in peaceful surrounds with stunning ocean & rural views. Ideally located in between Byron Bay & the...
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21/9-13 Shirley Street, Byron Bay, NSW

Outrigger Bay Apartments

This well presented apartment in the popular Outrigger Resort complex is all about a location and lifestyle. It offers you the opportunity to secure this two bedroom unit in...
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397 Ewingsdale Road, Byron Bay, NSW

Stunning Byron Bay Home with Acres & Business Opportunity

Sitting on 1.54 hectares of stunning natural bushland, it is hard to believe that this magnificent residence is only minutes away from Byron Bay's main street. The home has a...
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16/951 Broken Head Road, Broken Head, NSW

Linnaeus Estate - Exclusive Beachfront Enclave

Rarely does a property of this calibre come to market. This exclusive beachfront enclave of 21 homes is located on a 111 hectares which is rich with nature and natural beauty...
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Lot 4 Grays Lane, Tyagarah, NSW

Panoramic Views, Rural & Beach Lifestyles Combined

With panoramic ocean views from Cape Bryon Lighthouse through to the Gold Coast, this is just one of the many desirable attributes of this vacant rural parcel. Ideally located...

8 Leopard Wood Crescent, Bangalow, NSW

Owner of 20 Years Says it's Now Time to Sell

A lovely neat and tidy family home located in a quiet cul de sac within walking distance to the historic village of Bangalow. Central location close to Byron Bay, Ballina and...
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Guide $690,000 To $730,000
  • Next inspection30 Jun, 11.00am
  • Auction 23 Jul, 11.00am
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