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  • Ray White trademarks ‘Competition Creators’

    In a world first, the Ray White Group has successfully trademarked the phrase ‘Competition Creators’. The phrase was coined by the group’s chairman Brian White AO and is now interwoven into the everyday language at Ray White when referring to …

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  • Young gun agent takes on the gavel

    Auctions have always been the lifeblood of Australasia’s largest real estate group, and it was with this in mind that encouraged Sunshine Coast agent Sarah-Louise Anderson to become one of the region’s first female auctioneers. “Becoming an auctioneer for the …

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  • Weekly Economic Update

    How common are mortgagee sales? Nerida Conisbee, Ray White chief economist John Key, the former prime minister of New Zealand last week spoke at Ray White’s Connect 2022 conference. One of his current roles is as chairman of the ANZ …

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  • Alec Brown named Ray White Australia’s top auctioneer

    Alec Brown from Ray White Canberra is one of the country’s leading auctioneers and has just been named Ray White Australia’s top auctioneer for 2022 at the leading agency’s national auctioneering championships. He beat out some fierce competition from all around Ray White’s Australian …

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  • Auctions are the key to success

    While there is a clear cooling of property prices across most parts of the country, there were still hundreds of satisfied vendors popping champagne bottles today, achieving sale prices higher than reserve. Australasia’s largest real estate group Ray White reported …

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  • Are we in a rental crisis or not?

    Nerida Conisbee, Ray White chief economist Last week, June inflation came in at an eye watering 6.1 per cent, driven primarily by sharp rises in fuel prices, construction costs and furniture. To anyone who drives a car, is building or …

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  • The slowdown we had to have?

    Nerida Conisbee, Ray White chief economist Australia’s median house price increased by 32 per cent from March 2020 to December 2021, making it the fastest period of price growth we have ever experienced. Since the end of last year, the market has slowed …

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  • Buying VS Renting

    The question of “should I rent or should I buy?” is a timeless dilemma. Below are a list of pros and cons that can help you make a more informed decision. Renting – the pros 1. Freedom to relocate As a tenant you have the freedom to chose what you … Read more

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  • Household Tip: How to prevent mould

    Mould is an issue that affects almost 1 in 3 Australian homes. Not only can it cause damage to your property, but in serious cases, it can also affect your health. Although some moulds can be recognised through sight or smell, others can go undetected. Because of these risks, we … Read more

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  • WIN A VINTAGE BIKE

    RIDING AROUND RYE Details: To be in the running you need to take a photo in front of ANY Ray White Rye board, including any; for sale board, for lease board, auction board, or the advertisement boards in our back car park (located off Campbell’s Lane). The competition is open to everyone, however the … Read more

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  • How to Complete an Application

    In our last article ‘How to Secure Yourself a Rental Property‘ we discussed the importance of filling in your rental application form correctly. Below is a brief step-by-step guide on how to do so: If … Read more

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  • How to Secure Yourself a Rental Property

    According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), the number of Australian home-owners is on the decline, making the rental market more and more competitive. Although this may be the case, there are a number of steps you can take to help secure yourself a rental property. Below are Ray … Read more

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  • Buyer’s Tip: What you need to know about the RBA’s cash rate

    Throughout the course of 2019, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has decreased the official cash rate to a historic low of 0.75%. But what actually is the cash rate and how does it affect current property buyers? What is the Cash Rate? The cash rate is the overnight interest rate … Read more

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  • 26 Guest Street, Tootgarook – twice in a decade!

    On November 23rd our Tootgarook specialist, Nicky Hunt, sold the beautiful property 26 Guest Street for the second time in seven years! This beach side property was first sold by Nicky back in September 2012. Nicky’s expert and supportive service made the purchasing process a breeze, and the clients could … Read more

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  • Under-Quoting Laws

    As of May 1 2017, agents must comply with new regulations related to how they quote properties for sale. Agents must supply a statement of information to all buyers which includes 3 comparable sales, an indicative sale range and the median price for the suburb. This information must be provided … Read more

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  • No Stamp Duty for First Home Buyers

    If you’re in the market for your first home, then there’s no time like the present to purchase with the Victorian government announcing they are wiping stamp duty fees for first home buyers. In the past, if you were buying your first home in Victoria and it was valued up … Read more

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  • RYE RSL – Viet Vets golf day

    What a fantastic morning at The Dunes Golf Links! Raising money for local charities and community groups, an amazing $5000 has been raised with 126 players participating on the day. Thank you to all who took part and a big thank you to the RSL for letting us be a … Read more

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