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  • Lions Brownlow Medalist to kick goals for Ray White Ascot

    Ray White Ascot Director Dwight Ferguson (left) and Sales Agent and Auctioneer Jason Akermanis (right). BRISBANE Lions legend and Brownlow Medalist Jason Akermanis will now be kicking goals of a different kind as the 43-year-old joins Ray White Ascot in the role of …

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  • New business owners join Ray White Hobart

    RAY WHITE Hobart and Ray White Glenorchy are set to come under the same umbrella as business owners Farzin Hesari and Nawwar Alshawi take over the capital city’s flagship agency. The new venture will absorb the Glenorchy business into Ray …

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  • Luxe Auckland waterfront home nets NZ$6.25M pre-lockdown

    A LUXURY waterfront property in Auckland has sold for NZ$6,250,000 under the hammer at 407 Riddell Road (above) in Glendowie, just hours before the city moved into Level Three lockdown. The sale of the five-bedroom, four-bathroom home – that sold for a whopping …

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  • Madame Butterfly selling her riverfront home

    Australian swimming royalty Susie O’Neill is selling her family’s riverfront Brisbane home of almost 19 years. The elite swimmer and eight-time Olympic medallist who is now on Brisbane’s Nova 106.9 breakfast radio show with Ash, Kip and Luttsy has listed her …

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  • What kind of soil does my plant need?

    Picking the right soil for your plant can be overwhelming but knowing what kind of potting medium your plant needs will help take the guesswork out of choosing. Firstly, potting soil is a nutrient dense soil – the pro is …

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  • How to create the right climate for your plants

    Mimicking your plants natural climate and temperature is key to making sure it thrives. The majority of popular indoor plants will thrive in temperatures between 20 to 26 degrees. Any higher than that and they may wilt any lower and …

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  • Watering woes

    Sadly, plants can drown and many green thumbs agree that more plants are lost to overwatering than underwatering. The number one thing you need to remember to be a successful plant parent is do not let your plant get soggy …

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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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