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  • Scorching hot auctions cap off hot summer

    Ray White closed out its summer selling season with a record breaking day with strong results across the country and an 84 per cent preliminary national clearance rate today. In fact, more than $1.3 billion worth of property has now …

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  • Josh Tesolin wins top RateMyAgent award

    Ray White Quakers Hill Principal Josh Tesolin has taken home the top honour at the RateMyAgent 2021 awards as the Australian Agent of the Year for the second year in a row. These awards are based purely on customer satisfaction, …

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  • Celebrating our top women – Vivien Yap

    This International Women’s Day, we are shining a light on the women that make Ray White great. Get to know one of our top women, Ray White Dalkeith | Claremont Principal Vivien Yap in Perth. Why real estate and how …

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  • Celebrating our top women – Julie Ryan

    This International Women’s Day, we are shining a light on the women that make Ray White Commercial great. Get to know one of our top women, Ray White Commercial Northern Corridor Group agent Julie Ryan. Why real estate and how …

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  • A bumper end to February

    THE last weekend of February is expected to close the month with a bang for Ray White. As 2021 continues to fly by, the Ray White Group has had a stellar start to the year. Of the 724 auctions conducted …

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  • Celebrating our top women – Sara Perry

    This International Women’s Day, we are shining a light on the women that make Ray White great. Get to know one of our top women, Ray White Castle Hill agent Sara Perry. Why real estate and how did you start …

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  • Celebrating our top women – Vicki Pain

    This International Women’s Day, we are shining a light on the women that make Ray White great. Get to know one of our top women, Ray White Rural Dayboro | Eumundi selling principal Vicki Pain. Why real estate and how …

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  • Slice of Brisbane history set to sell

    STEPPING through the front door of Clayfield’s grand ‘Tarranalma’ at 18 Tarranalma Avenue is like taking a step back in time to Brisbane’s past. Owner and local radiologist Richard Slaughter considers it one of the best examples of Brisbane’s grand Victorian homes …

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  • “No end in sight” for barnstorming auction market

    THERE seems to be no end in sight for a barnstorming auction market that has again produced some fantastic results for sellers and delivered outstanding clearance rates across Australia. According to innovative internal data, scheduled auctions for Ray White were up …

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  • Could the ‘workplace home’ become a new rental trend?

    One of the big experiments forced onto companies across Australia off the back of COVID-19 was employees working from home. For many, this was a success. It proved modern communications and collaboration tools could allow workers to perform their tasks from home effectively. Big tech names like Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Twitter have embraced this shift. In many cases, they’re now … Read more

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  • How COVID Has Reshaped Our Living Arrangements

    It feels normal to us now, but social distancing, quarantine, and mandated mask-use would have been unimaginable a year ago. The COVID pandemic has radically altered the way we work, socialise, and holiday. After being forced to work from home, we’ve realised it can be done without loss of productivity. … Read more

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  • 8 home features Aussie buyers want right now

    From swimming pools and garages to a sun-filled aspect, these are the features Aussie buyers are seeking in a new home in 2020, as revealed by Australia’s number one agent. Thinking of selling your home? Who better to tell you the features Aussie home buyers are looking for, and help … Read more

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  • Why everyone wants to live in Mermaid Waters

    Mermaid Waters is undergoing rapid gentrification as young families and professionals flock to the Gold Coast suburb. A younger brother to elite housing hotspot Mermaid Beach, the once lesser-known suburb of Mermaid Waters has become a standout with big-ticket housing renovations and new builds lifting the appeal. Development is also … Read more

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  • Looking Forward: The Future of the Real Estate Industry

    The property market has never been one that could be deemed acyclical, and when 2020 threw a global pandemic into the mix, it was ‘business as unusual’. Banning of open homes, virtual inspections and auctions, and rent negotiations all meant that real estate agents suddenly had to take on a … Read more

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  • Australia weighs in on when the market will recover

    When do Australians think the property market will go back to normal? It’s a question that seems to be little more than curious musings, but there’s substance beneath the surface. Firstly, it gives us an indication of how well Australians understand the property market. Or, rather, it will when time … Read more

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  • Property Managers: Essential Workers During the Pandemic?

    In responding to the dual health and economic crisis that COVID-19 has become, the Queensland Government is attempting to strike a balance between allowing businesses to operate and preventing the spread of COVID-19. The question still remains: Where do property managers factor in the equation? It may have taken a … Read more

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  • New suburb steps up to the million-dollar club

    The Gold Coast’s million-dollar club has a new member with the laid-back southern suburb of Currumbin stepping up to the premium property podium. Latest data from realestate.com.au shows key sales in the past 12 months propelled house prices in Currumbin to a median of $1.054259 million. Over the past year, … Read more

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  • Is winter the best season to list on the Gold Coast this year?

    Winter could well be the new spring on the Gold Coast as a buzz of buyer activity and a surge in new listings suggest the pandemic has thrown the traditional property seasons out of whack. A report by CoreLogic shows the number of newly advertised properties for sale across … Read more

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