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  • Ray White Ipswich expands to service rural

    Ray White Ipswich Principal Warren Ramsey is expanding his growing business and opening a rural franchise in his hometown to service the rural needs of the Ipswich and Somerset regions, the Brisbane Valley and Scenic Rim rural communities. Mr Ramsey, …

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  • City buyers flock to regional Queensland

    IT’S NOT just the weather that’s hot in Queensland’s regional areas as strong buyer demand for lifestyle homes has raised the mercury in the property market. With interstate borders now open, Ray White Rural Dayboro | Eumundi Selling Principal Vicki …

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  • Selling season shows no sign of stopping

    THE Great Australian Dream of owning your own home is still strong for many buyers. CoreLogic data from November has recorded a second consecutive month of increased property prices, with values up 0.8 per cent over the month. Demand remains …

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  • Nautical inspo dream house in northern NSW

    ON the best prime elevated block in the sought-after lifestyle town of Maclean in northern NSW, experienced boat builder Garry Tucker and his wife Moya built their dream house which reflects their passion for the sea. The four year old …

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  • Ray White Rural expands into Cooma NSW

    Australia’s largest real estate group have chosen Cooma to launch their latest office, at the gateway to the NSW Snowy Mountain region. Local real estate names, Alicia Carraro and Steve Allen, will lead the sales charge and will work alongside …

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  • “There are a lot of buyers out there”

    There was no place quick like home for sellers Anthony and Deborah Godden (pictured above left with Ray White Ashgrove Sales Agent Tamara Lee) on the weekend as 36 Confederate Street sold for $937,000 in Red Hill. “We’re relocating back …

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  • A record month! In fact, a blockbuster

    October was unique not only for volume of sales but also the uniformity of outstanding results across each and every marketplace in Australia and New Zealand. We recorded $5.71 billion in sales in October 2020, 30.7 per cent up on …

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  • Auctions provide three chances to sell

    Although softer demand is making it more difficult to sell under the hammer this year, the auction process creates a sense of competition that is needed to achieve a big result. Check out my thoughts here: news.com.au: https://www.news.com.au/finance/real-estate/sydney-nsw/inner-west-auction-market-set-to-be-tested-for-first-time-in-2019/news-story/d9c1a87d832573cb87d39a7c8fe24e63

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  • Sold $650,000 above reserve

    A Drummoyne home has defied market trends, skyrocketing $650k above the reserve price. Sold by Chris Wilkins, Director of Ray White Drummoyne, the four-bedroom home with its own putting green drew five registered bidders and a crowd of … Read more

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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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