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  • Market still tipped in sellers’ favour

    THE seller’s market continues despite more stock being listed than this time last year. Ray White Group Managing Director Dan White said without doubt, now is a good time to market your property for sale. “The year 2021 has shown …

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  • Auction market turns up the heat as temperatures fall

    Across the country, Australians have been pulling out the winter coats as temperatures fell and rain doused parts of the nation, but the one place you could guarantee there to be heat was in the vicinity of a Ray White auctioneer and their gavel …

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  • Buying in a seller’s market

    A COMMON trend Ray White Woodside principal Angus Campbell has encountered lately is that vendors are scared to sell because they feel there is nothing to buy. Just like the rest of the country, South Australia has seen a huge …

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  • June auctions swing into action

    IN Australia, there is still plenty of momentum in the market resulting in another standout month for the Ray White Group, recording almost $6 billion in sales over May. Words like “cooling” and “softening” have been thrown around about the …

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  • Incredible May didn’t disappoint

    We thought we had seen the peak of the market in March as many pundits were predicting and saying the market was easing and yet we have just set a new PB for our Australian residential business. In May 2021 …

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  • Commercial case study: Pittsworth IGA

    We sat down with Lachlan O’Keeffe and Michael Feltoe from Ray White Commercial Queensland to hear about their recent successful sale of a freestanding IGA in Pittsworth. How did you become appointed We have the contact details of nearly …

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  • Winter selling season heats up

    WINTER selling season got off to a roaring start with Australasia’s largest real estate group reporting a preliminary national clearance of 84 per cent, despite Melbourne’s second week in lockdown. The unwavering surge in demand from buyers meant reserve prices …

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  • Budget 2021: good news for home buyers

    Tonight’s Federal Budget is good news for home buyers. The First Home Super Saver and Family Home Guarantee will allow more people to enter the property market, encouraging home ownership. The restriction of the First Home Deposit scheme to only …

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  • From a low tide to a king tide

    It’s fascinating to compare our sales results from last month with our results of 12 months ago. The contrast in market conditions will never be more stark, yet we also are reminded that what is important to our customers remains …

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  • Winter Tips

    Australian properties have to certainly beat the heat in summer, but landlords also need to consider prepping their properties for winter; otherwise, they could lose freezing, unhappy tenants and their cash flow. Here are some not commonly thought about tips investors can take on board to warm the hearts of their … Read more

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  • Excessive neighbourhood noise

    Specifically . . . barking dogs. Do you have a dog barking non-stop in the neighbourhood? Maybe your first instinct is to write an angry anonymous letter and leave it in the offending owner’s mailbox? Perhaps you’ll just vent on the local community Facebook page, gain the sympathy of others … Read more

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  • 10 Things To Help Set Up Good Tenant Relations

    Investing in a rental property can be highly rewarding if successful, as it can help build your net worth and make a profit by generating a steady monthly income. This type of investment takes work – finding the right property, maintaining it, making it attractive for potential tenants and finding suitable … Read more

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  • Phillip Island – Home is where the heart is

    Many people who have travelled to and from Phillip Island will know that there is a moment as you round the Anderson hills and get your first glimpse of the Island, there is an “Aaahh . . . I’m almost there” moment. It’s a feeling many of us can … Read more

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  • Rules for pools and spas

    With summer upon us, we know that many people are contemplating the many ways of cooling down after a hard days work or school – jetty jumping, hitting the beach, standing under the sprinkler at home or nestle beside a swimming pool somewhere. We thought now was an ideal time … Read more

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  • Tips for a successful Tenancy

    We know the value of a good tenancy. Having the right tenant in your property can make a huge difference to your investment. We understand how important your property investment is and we make it our goal to identify what this means for you and we will help you find … Read more

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  • Reform of Residential Tenancies Act

    The laws that govern renting in Victoria are 20 years old, during this time the needs of renters and landlords have changed dramatically. The current review of the Residential Tenancies Act 1997 (RTA) will ensure regulation of Victoria’s rental sector meets the needs of tenants and … Read more

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  • PRESS RELEASE: Ray White Phillip Island named among best in the state

    At the highly competitive Ray White Victoria and Tasmania annual awards, local agency, Ray White Phillip Island came away the winners of 3 extremely prestigious awards. Ray White Phillip Island principal, Kristien Formosa, said being named among the best performing regional businesses in the Ray White Group was a huge … Read more

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  • Landlords exposed

    A staggering 40 per cent of property investors have the wrong insurance. There are more than two million property investors in Australia, owning around 27 per cent of all housing stock in the country and providing homes for almost 31 per cent … Read more

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