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  • Starting Fresh: The Potential Of A Blank Wall

    Sizes, shapes, colours, feelings, connection. These are just some of the things you need to consider when buying art. Alexandra Stavrou, Interior Designer and Trade Manager at BlueThumb, Australia’s leading online art store, recently shared with us that choosing art …

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  • Decades of wisdom from Elsie Corby

    Over 100 people tuned in to hear from Ray White Rockingham Baldivis principal Elsie Corby, one of the most experienced and successful agents in Perth real estate, for the most recent Leading Ladies of Real Estate webinar. Ms Corby was …

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  • Familiar faces expand into Pascoe Vale

    (L-R) Stefan Stella, Mete Karan, Ziya Koksal, Vince Carnevale After an incredibly successful five years since joining Australasia’s largest real estate group, the team behind award-winning Ray White Glenroy are opening up their second office in neighboring suburb Pascoe Vale, …

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  • Ray White Queensland auction bonanza

    Bidders from all over Queensland gathered at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre for a Ray White auction bonanza today. The event saw a 63 per cent clearance rate with $15,798,000 worth of stock sold and attracted 71 registered bidders with …

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  • Ray White market listings report – November

    Market listings growth has been steadily declining for the last year, with a peak year-on-year growth in listings seen in July last year. Growth in the regions could not offset large declines in both Melbourne and Sydney. All state capitals …

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  • Knockdown nation

    Nerida Conisbee, Ray White Chief Economist More houses are being demolished than ever before. In the 12 months to June 2022, there were more houses knocked down in Australia than ever recorded. While still only a fraction of the 10.9 million …

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  • Who’s more likely to be hit by rising energy costs?

    Nerida Conisbee, Ray White Chief Economist With the continued push to renewable energy and the United Nations Climate Change Summit (COP27) now on, this week we take a look at where households source energy for their homes. Overwhelmingly, you are …

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  • Australia’s ghost town suburbs

    Nerida Conisbee, Ray White Chief Economist Holiday homes were hot property during the pandemic, fueled by an inability to travel internationally, high savings rates and very low mortgage rates. This, however, has become a problem now where we are seeing …

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  • Awards for the Ray White Byron Bay team

    We are extremely thrilled, and a little humbled to share our most recent award as No.10 Regional Office in the Ray White Network for 2020. The award recognises the achievements of our highly successful team who work tirelessly to ensure we deliver remarkable outcomes for our clients. The award is … Read more

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  • Back to Back Auctions in Baywood Chase

    Off the back of a number of successful auction campaigns in the area, we are proud to present to the market two Suffolk Park properties, to be Auctioned back to back on Saturday 24th November. We would like to extend an invitation for you to attend one of our upcoming open homes … Read more

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  • Trophy home at Wategos Beach

    The hippies – and stars – of Byron Bay will need to dig deep to secure the latest piece of beachside real estate to hit the market given a more than $18.5 million asking price on the holiday home of Salmat co-founder Peter Mattick and his wife Pam. The trophy listing on Wategos Beach … Read more

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  • Record sale for Suffolk Park.

    Its not often a 3,389m block with 9 income producing cottages just a couple of hundred metres from the beach becomes available but when it does it is sure to generate a lot of interest. This is exactly what agent, David Gordon experienced during the marketing and successful sale of … Read more

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  • Unique Estates placed into liquidation

    “Bank accounts are frozen and there are no funds,” was the blunt message to staff at a leading Australian estate agency today. McGrath Nicol has been appointed joint managers by the NSW Department of Fair Trading over the national boutique estate agency, Unique Estates. Staff got an email from its founder informing them of … Read more

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  • 6 things to do before you list a property

    1. Research & plan Before you consider selling, research the market, focusing on properties in your area. Is it a good time to sell? Where do you intend to move next? What’s your budget, including moving? You don’t need all the answers, but you should develop a clear set of goals … Read more

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  • How to: Transform the exterior of your home

    The exterior of your house is something all visitors see and there are ways to improve the look and feel of it. Here’s a look at seven different techniques the team at Three Birds Renovations has used to transform the exterior of the Baulkham Hills house. 1. Adding weatherboard cladding & … Read more

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