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  • Ray White Remuera and Mt Eden auctions hammer $13.6M

    RAY WHITE Remuera and Ray White Mt Eden have celebrated more outstanding auction results as nine properties sold under the hammer for a combined value of over $13,600,000. It was a case of double delight for Ray White Remuera Salespeople …

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  • Strong auction clearance rates dominate October

    OCTOBER is already on track to be a record month for Australasia’s leading real estate group with clearance rates at an all-time yearly high across the country. Buyer demand continues to stay high as many compete to close the deal …

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  • Award-winning Director reflects on brilliant 19/20 financial year

    RAY WHITE Upper North Shore Director David Walker (pictured above) has reflected on his office’s superb 2019/2020 financial year after he was recognised multiple times at the leading group’s recent annual awards. Mr Walker achieved Chairman’s Elite and Chairman’s Elite Business Leaders …

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  • Ray White Group launches ninth ‘A Little Ray of Giving’

    Ray White Lower North Shore Group – 2019. AUSTRALASIA’S largest real estate group, Ray White, has officially launched its ninth festive ‘A Little Ray of Giving’ campaign, designed to give offices the flexibility and freedom to partner with charities to …

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  • Experienced Brisbane agent opens Ray White Camp Hill

    EXPERIENCED agent Natasha Dodeja (pictured above) is set to open the new Ray White Camp Hill office this week. Ms Dodeja has more than a decade of real estate, developer and commercial experience and will open the Camp Hill office on October 19. …

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  • Pop Quiz Hot Shot

    Like every industry, real estate has a lot of industry language. It is quite common for an agent to say “I’m happy to present a cash contract, on auction terms, with 30 days”. “Are you happy with that?” Or “Do you need a val?” Or even, “It’s a 32 … Read more

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  • The Three P’s

    I grew up in a real estate household with my mum being the owner of Ray White Moorooka and Annerley. Prior to starting with her in 1996, my brother and I spent our after-school hours in and around the office listening to agents. We heard a lot about the three … Read more

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  • 9 sweet swimming pools for summer

    With a summer at home looking likely on the cards for most parts of the country, we decided to get our property-envy on and be inspired by homes currently for sale around the country with refreshing dive-worthy swimming pools. While we …

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  • Get to know Jerome Srot from Ray White TRG

    Jerome Srot is the Director of Property Management at Ray White TRG. How does your usual day look? Being a one-person show at this stage, my days are pretty wild. From property manager to leasing executive to trust accounting to …

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  • Why go to the market now

    Many of our customers want to know what’s happening in the Australian property market. The fact is there’s more cashed up buyers than ever before. The latest data from the national statistician shows that home buyers took advantage of a …

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  • New Farm home smashes Brisbane residential auction record

    One of New Farm’s most prized riverfront holdings has smashed Brisbane residential auction records, selling for a staggering $7.75 million. Set on a spacious 873-square-metre block, the property at 39 Griffith Street with rare uninterrupted access to the Brisbane River became the most expensive house ever sold in Brisbane under the hammer on … Read more

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  • Record sale a winner for local school

    I nearly dressed my 5 year old in her school uniform and took her with me to my first auction last Saturday. The reason being that it was only a few months ago I’d stood in front of her teachers and class mates and sold a free commission and auction … Read more

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  • Brisbane moving out of real estate shadow

    I attended Herron Todd White’s annual breakfast last week. Their headline speaker was former treasurer and economic whiz kid Peter Costello. The morning also featured two other property valuers/economists, and some very well-cooked poached eggs and bacon at the Sofitel Hotel. Mr Costello spoke of the broader market conditions, both … Read more

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  • Interstate buyers turn up the auction heat

    It was already 30 degrees and rising when I jumped out of the car to auction a beautifully presented home in ‘The Avenues’ of Ashgrove. A huge crowd was gathering at 34 Banksia Ave to watch the battle to buy this amazing family home with a seperate granny flat, swimming pool and … Read more

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  • Interstate buyers turn up the heat in Brisbane auction market

    On the stroke of midday last Saturday I stood in front of a quaint little workers cottage at 10 Bowler Street in Paddington. The sky above was a rich shade of silver from cloud cover and faint drops of rain fell intermittently, enough to be noticed, but not enough to … Read more

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  • Property prices will shift another gear in the coming months

    RECENTLY I was involved with the auctioning of the symbolic first tray of mangoes at the Brisbane Markets. I’ve been calling this auction for the past ten years and I’ve watched the generous men and women from the markets raise nearly $1 million for Queensland charities, this year for MnD … Read more

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