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  • Mayhem month didn’t disappoint

    Buyer activity didn’t drop with the temperature today as May starts to close out with a bang. With the federal election and rate rise announcement now old news, many agents reported stronger buyer sentiment today. Leading auction group Ray White …

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  • Weekly Economic Update

    Flying cars, driverless cars and the rise of electric vehicles – what does this mean for property? Nerida Conisbee, Ray White chief economist While I can’t quite imagine arriving at work in a flying car in my lifetime, it may …

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  • Open Day at Ray White’s Shed

    Open Day at The Shed Sunday August 7, 2022 The first Ray White office still stands proudly, in an historical village in Crows Nest, Queensland. It’s simply a tin shed, and it hasn’t changed since Ray opened his business inside …

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  • Autumn closes historically high

    THE federal election is over and the country can finally take a breath as life goes on in the property market. If you only started paying attention to the property market last year then you might think the current softening …

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  • Weekly Economic Update – 5 May

    This year will be a much better one for first home buyers The start of the pandemic was a popular time for first home buyers to get into the market. Between January 2020 and January 2021, the number of first …

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  • Weekly Economic Update – 28 April

    This week, Ray White chief economist, Nerida Conisbee takes a look at the latest inflation data and outline what it will mean to property this cycle. Inflation hits 5.1 per cent – what does it mean for property? No doubt …

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  • Savvy homeowners cash in on smart technology benefits!

    If “a man’s home is his castle”, it seems we are constantly seeking to adapt our castles by adding features to its liveability – and one trend that ticks all the boxes and is gaining momentum at a rapidly increasing pace is smart home automation technology. What … Read more

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  • Sydney property market leads capitals lower

    Source: www.therealestateconversation.com.au Chris Wilkins, agent with Ray White Drummoyne, told SCHWARTZWILLIAMS he expects prices to fall up to another 5 per cent this year. Sydney property prices eased 0.9 per cent in January, and are now down 3.1 per cent from their July 2017 peak according to CoreLogic number released today. The falls … Read more

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  • Does the festive season influences house prices?

    With the silly season almost behind us, many homeowners, buyers and soon-to-be sellers are looking forward to what the 2018 real estate market might hold. Many homeowners and buyers have a fairly good handle on what constitutes a ‘well-heeled’ postcode, where the streets and gardens are groomed and attractive free-standing … Read more

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  • Is this the tiniest house, on the smallest block, in Drummoyne?

    Whoever said size doesn’t matter, must have had this property in mind! 17 South Street, Drummoyne At a petite 164 sqm (approx 7.5m x 20m), the phrases ‘charming’ and ‘cute’ fit this house to a tee. And we think it might just be the smallest house, on the smallest block, … Read more

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  • The biggest mistake homeowners make

    Too often I see homeowners grappling with the sell versus renovate decision and many take the wrong path. Earlier this year a couple approached me regarding their 376 sqm block and 150 sqm three-bedroom home. But with Mum, Dad and 3 children, they admit they had outgrown the house before … Read more

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  • The impact of the new NSW stamp duty changes

    Read the early feedback on the impact of the new NSW stamp duty changes, as reported in The Real Estate Conversation: https://www.therealestateconversation.com.au/2017/07/03/weekend-auctions-litmus-test-new-first-home-buyer-benefits/1499041830

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  • Is there a lesson in US real estate for Australia?

    Over several trips to the USA, it’s struck me how differently realtors there run their Open For Inspections and client care, and the exceptional level of service this affords both buyers and vendors. For one, many opens are held between 1pm and 4pm on Sundays, which would remove the clash … Read more

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