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  • Auctions keep lockdown markets strong

    WHETHER it’s online or on site, auctions are almost always guaranteed to net you a better price than private sales according to Ray White data. Ray White Chief Economist Nerida Conisbee said no matter what condition the market is in, …

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  • Informed sellers coming to market now

    INFORMED sellers know that now is a great opportunity to sell as the competition is light with stock low but buyers remain on the hunt. Since the start of the lockdown in Sydney, average registered bidders have jumped 25 per …

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  • Reality TV star kicks off new year on high

    Ray White TRG boss Gavin Rubinstein has kicked off the new financial year on a very high note. Not only is the owner of the prestige real estate agency the star of a top rating reality TV show, Luxe Listings Sydney on …

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  • Weekly Property Update

    This week I take a look at what happened to Melbourne during it’s 112 day lockdown and the parallels that can be drawn for what is happening in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide now. And more positively, our newest $3 million …

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  • Brisbane going for gold

    The eyes of the world are firmly on Brisbane now that the river city has won the rights to host the Olympics in 2032. Ray White Chief Economist Nerida Conisbee said Brisbane was entering a “Golden Decade” of property prosperity …

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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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  • Real Estate of Origin drives 6400+ appraisals

    Ray White’s legendary Real Estate of Origin appraisal drive reached a new level of friendly rivalry, banter and competition yesterday with a “regional rumble” in Victoria outstripping the capital cities in terms of numbers of new appraisals for the leading …

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  • Record-breaking year

    The financial year to June 2021 was as special as special can get for the real estate industry. We finish the year humbled to be part of an industry, and indeed a country, that thrived during times of such uncertainty, …

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  • Commercial case study: Nuns Pool Cronulla

    We sat down with Brad Lord from Ray White Commercial Greater Sydney South to hear about his recent successful sale of an iconic restaurant in Cronulla. How did you become appointed? Funny story actually. I saw the owner hanging around …

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  • Property Market Report 2018 – Q3

    The housing market slowdown in Melbourne and Sydney is dominating headlines, but the reality is the market is highly divergent. On one hand, Sydney prices have declined by 7.4% year-on-year, while on the other extreme, Hobart continues to surge, with prices rising by 16.1%. Pricing data is … Read more

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  • Stylish Fake Flowers That Will Flourish Well Beyond Valentine’s Day

    Though there’s nothing quite like a live floral arrangement to spruce up your home, tending to finicky plants or fresh-cut flowers can make for laborious—if not short-lived—interior decor. Upkeep can be especially difficult in the winter months, where shorter days mean less sunlight. But there are a number of elegant … Read more

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  • Little Ray of Giving

    This Christmas, White Surry Hills | Alexandria | Erskineville will continue its popular tradition of giving with the return of A Little Ray of Giving. This inspiring Christmas campaign will see Ray White Surry Hills | Alexandria | Erskineville partner with Barnardos Australia to help disadvantaged children who may need … Read more

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  • A Master Class in Decorating With Plants

    Greenery has long been credited as a stress reliever and, when inside the home, it has a way of bringing a space to life. Fickle decorators should find solace in the low-commitment level of plants—choosing them is much less stressful than, say, purchasing a sofa or choosing a wall paint color, … Read more

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  • How to Be a Houseguest Who Gets Invited Back

    If you’re lucky enough to have been invited to stay at someone else’s lovely beach house or gorgeous mountain hideaway for the long weekend, you’re likely feeling pretty special. But you may also feel a bit nervous—especially if that someone isn’t yet a close friend. You certainly don’t want to … Read more

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  • 7 Secrets to Chic, Kid-Friendly Decor

    When you love fine art, are partial to high-end furniture, but have children who dominate your home, staying true to your design aesthetic can be challenging. How do you show off the gorgeous new fabric you snagged on a trip abroad without worrying that your child will turn it into … Read more

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  • Millennial Pink Interiors Have Long Been in Vogue

    This week, New York Magazine adroitly pointed out the confluence, or perhaps ascension, of a certain color-geared trend. Millennial pink—in case you haven’t heard the term by now—is that pale dusty hue mysteriously beloved by the young. Think rose gold jewelry, Yes Way Rosé, Acne Studios shopping bags, and other products … Read more

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  • Our People, Their Stories – Peter Natoli

    “Large and Italian often go hand in hand, and that pretty much sums up my family. There were five kids, all of us boys, and my mother ruled us with an iron fist. We were close in age and close in relationship. Our father taught us early on that it … Read more

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  • Accessorize your keys with these smart keyrings

    We are not opposed to some key-ring bling here in Surry Hills, whether your key chain is a part of your outfit, or made for convenience. Here are some of the best key-rings that we’ve found to keep your keys company this Summer. TOM FORD – SHORT STRAP KEY … Read more

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