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Ray White Drummoyne

Our service philosophy is simple – to market your property as if it were our very own. This means achieving the highest possible price in the shortest possible time while providing an unprecedented standard of service. Our real difference is our core values – integrity, outstanding results and flawless service. … Read more read on

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Major changes to strata laws

New strata laws will start on 30 November 2016. They have been modernised to fit the reality of living in a strata townhouse or apartment today.   The new building defect bond scheme will start on 1 July 2017.  Currently more than a quarter of NSW's population lives in, owns … read on

Every person deserves to smile this Christmas

  Over 105,000 people across Sydney won't be eating this Christmas. Help us help them! For our second year as part of Little Ray of Giving,  Ray White Drummoyne have partnered with ‘One Meal', who are a not-for-profit, community organisation that help to feed, … read on
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The new urban divide reminds us why location matters most

Homebuyers and renters are being forced to choose between affordability and commutability, just as they must decide to maintain a career or start a family.                                                               It’s … read on
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Australians choose lifestyle over blue chip suburbs

The most in-demand suburbs in Australia are now areas with attractive lifestyle options rather than just blue chip neighbourhoods, new data shows. The new REA Group Property Demand Index report, released today, shows that overall demand for houses and units is at an all-time … read on

As seen: Sydney Eat Street, 10 things to try in Drummoyne

With its wide range of local and international restaurants, the inner west suburb of Drummoyne has much more to offer than stunning waterfront views. Take a tour of the area’s best eateries right here with The Sunday Telegraph’s Eat Street. Are you hungry for more … read on
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