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  • Multi-million double auction delight for Ray White Epsom

    RAY WHITE Epsom has continued the trend of auction success with a pair of outstanding results as two Remuera properties sold under the hammer for a combined $7,660,000. The $4,020,000 sale of 21 Raumati Road (above) and $3,640,000 sale of 31 Sonia Avenue (below) were managed …

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  • Ray White welcomes Melbourne private inspections return

    RAY WHITE has welcomed today’s Victoria State Government announcement that private home inspections can return in metropolitan Melbourne from 11.59pm on Sunday 27 September 2020. Metropolitan Melbourne – the second step: Real estate auctions: remote auctions only Real estate inspections: …

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  • Spring seller’s market continues at a rapid pace

    WITH a lot of spotlight on Australian treasure Cathy Freeman in recent times, there has almost been a perfect irony that the nation’s spring selling season has shot out of the blocks so quickly, and today was no exception. The …

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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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  • 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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  • 5 value-adding outdoor hacks that won’t blow your budget

    Most of us care about presenting our home in the best possible light, but things like shabby paint and overgrown gardens won’t just put guests off – they could disappoint potential buyers too. Maintaining the outside of your home is especially important when considering putting your home on the market. … Read more

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  • 6 easy wardrobe hacks to maximise space

    Is your wardrobe a complete shambles? Never fear: Here’s how to make the most of your wardrobe space with six inexpensive, easy wardrobe hacks. 1. Store out of season clothing To maximise the space in your wardrobe remove out-of-season clothing and shoes to free up a ton of space. … Read more

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  • WHITE PAPER – JUNE 2019

    At the end of the financial year, while many people take a break and re-gather their energy for the rest of the year, we are very proud of the fact our members sold $40.76 billion in unconditional sales in 2018-19. What an incredible effort in often trying times. In June … Read more

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  • WHO FIXES THAT? A GUIDE TO RENTAL PROPERTY REPAIRS FOR LANDLORDS

    Do you know how much your investment property is costing you? A common rule of thumb is that each year you should spend roughly one per cent of your property’s value maintaining it. Assuming all of Australia’s property investors are sticking to this figure, they’re spending $15.6 billion in total … Read more

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  • 5 indoor plant staples every home needs

    Trends come and go, but these five indoor plants will be your home’s best fronds forever. Before getting trendy with a fiddle leaf fig or monstera, collect the plants that never go out of style. They’re the clean, green, air-purifying machines that make your home look and feel infinitely better. … Read more

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  • PROPERTY KNOWLEDGE: HOW TO FIND A GROWTH AREA BEFORE IT BOOMS

    Australia’s full of suburbs that were regarded as undesirable, before quickly transforming and seeing their house prices rocket upwards. Brunswick is just one example of this – in the last decade it has transformed from an infamous inner-city strip, to one of Melbourne’s most unique and desirable areas. Because off … Read more

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  • HOMEBUYER HINTS: 10 EASY FIXES FOR THAT ALMOST-PERFECT HOUSE

    From price and location to the physical structure itself, the list of things to keep in mind when shopping for a house can seem endless. But some problems you encounter don’t need to affect your final decision. Although easy is a relative term, accomplishing the 10 fixes that follow is … Read more

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  • NEW YEAR NEW HOME: WHAT ARE YOUR 2018 PROPERTY RESOLUTIONS?

    Before the champagne bottles popped and the fireworks lit up the sky you probably had a conversation about your New Year’s resolutions. They might be lofty goals for 2018, from getting shredded abs, to growing your savings account and everything in between. But what you probably didn’t talk about was your … Read more

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  • CAPITAL CITY HOUSING MARKET TRENDS IN 2018

    House prices in Australia have increased by 6556 per cent since the 1960s, an average of over 8 per cent a year, according to BIS data. This constitutes one of the largest house price upswings of all time. However, the OECD has recommended that the Reserve Bank begin tightening monetary policy … Read more

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