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  • Sellers have a spring in their step

    After an unseasonably hot winter, the auction market continues to sizzle across the country throughout the spring selling season in September. Australasia’s largest real estate group recorded a preliminary auction day clearance rate of 84 per cent across the country …

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  • Weekly Economic Update – 23 September

    This week Ray White Chief Economist, Nerida Conisbee looks at Australia’s top house flipping suburbs, as well as how COVID has driven up household wealth Where is our house flipping capital? In boom markets, house flipping (buying and selling a …

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  • Weekly Economic Update

    This week I take a look at Australia’s top house flipping suburbs, as well as how COVID has driven up household wealth Where is our house flipping capital? In boom markets, house flipping (buying and selling a house within 12 …

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  • The jewel in the Southern Highlands

    An extensive parcel of land in the Southern Highlands at Berrima, once earmarked by Hume Coal for a mine, is now on the market to be sold in one line with offers over $60 million expected. Ray White Rural sales …

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  • Ray White drives an extra 6,760 appraisals

    Ray White’s legendary Real Estate of Origin appraisal drive reached a new level of friendly rivalry, banter and competition yesterday. The bi-annual drive was powered by NurtureCloud – Ray White’s latest innovative prop-tech tool which turbocharges an agent’s call list …

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  • Under the hammer sales net more on average

    AUCTIONS aren’t just good theatre, the sale method could also make vendors more than 12 per cent more on their property. In August, the price gap between auctioned properties that sold prior and those that sold under the hammer was …

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  • Weekly Economic Update

    This week, I take a look at inflation and interest rates as well as the world’s new richest man and what that means for property. Inflation fears are abating, good news for interest rates High inflation is something that was …

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  • Celebrating our top women – Vicki Pain

    Vicki Pain, principal of Ray White Rural Dayboro and Ray White Rural Eumundi, and a 20/21 Ray White Rural Chairman’s Elite Agent, has shared her unique story and perspective on success within the real estate industry. Vicki’s entry into the …

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  • Lucky 13 years for Ray White Commercial Property BDE

    “I started with Ray White Commercial 13 years ago now, I think that speaks volumes.” Those were the words of Commercial Property Management Business Development Executive Leteicha Wilson when asked if she would recommend Australasia’s largest real estate group …

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  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

    Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), previously known as Novel Coronavirus cases are currently increasing in Australia, although resulting deaths are thankfully extremely low. It is possible that the disease will continue to be spread through community transmission. We are putting precautions in place here at Ray White City South office so … Read more

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  • How Does A Decreased RBA Interest Rate Affect You?

    BREAKING NEWS: The Reserve Bank of Australia has cut the official cash rate by 0.25 percentage points to a record low of 0.5 per cent. Firstly, a quick synopsis. We constantly read and hear about the RBA’s interest rate and how it will affect the economy, but how many of … Read more

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  • Key Changes to Landlord Law Come March 2020

    With more than 30 percent of the NSW population now renting, changes to NSW tenancy laws are timely and critical as demand for quality rental properties continues to grow. NSW Fair Trading has highlighted a number of tenancy law changes set to kick off on 23 March 2020. The changes … Read more

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  • Attention Australian Expats: Changes to CGT Main Residence Exemption

    Source:https://www.mazars.com.au/ Significant changes to the Capital Gains Tax Main Residence exemption affecting foreign tax residents (including Australian citizen ex-pats) passed Parliament in December 2019. As a result, Australians who move overseas and decide to keep their home in Australia may have to pay Capital Gains Tax if they sell whilst … Read more

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  • Australian Bushfires – How We’re Supporting

    We have all been shocked and saddened by the bushfires and drought that have ravaged Australia in recent months. The loss of human life, wildlife, homes and bushland has been remarkable. Many of our members have been seriously affected by these events. We have experienced many natural disasters over our … Read more

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  • New Year’s Resolutions For Home Buyers and Sellers

    As 2019 comes to an ending, it’s almost time for that dreaded age‑old tradition — making New Year’s resolutions. Is it worth the trouble? After all, everyone knows they’re made to be broken, right? Experts say the trick is to make them manageable. Don’t choose something unrealistic. Don’t say, “I … Read more

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  • Sydney’s New Light Rail to (Finally) Open on December 14

    Sydney’s multibillion-dollar CBD light rail will open to the public on December 14 after months of delay. Sydneysiders will be able to travel on a tram down George Street for the first time since 1961. New South Wales premier Gladys Berejiklian has announced that, after months of delays, the CBD and … Read more

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