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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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  • A ‘Little Ray of Giving’ Goes a Long Way

    In the spirit of Christmas, staff, clients and locals of the Rye community, have come together to donate gifts for children who wouldn’t have been visited by Santa this year. Many thanks to all who have/will donate gifts under the Ray White Rye, Christmas Tree for ‘A Little Ray of … Read more

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  • Paperclip to a House in 14 Trades

    It took 14 trades for a 26 year old man to miraculously turn a red paper clip into a house. His final trade, a paid role in a movie for a double storey farmhouse. The Montreal man didn’t have a job so instead of finding one, he used an internet website … Read more

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  • What is Tax Depreciation and Why Does it Matter?

    If you’re the proud owner of a piece of prime real estate, you will probably be well aware of just how a property can appreciate. Whether it’s your primary residence or an investment asset, your portfolio can accrue some serious value over a number of years. However, there is a … Read more

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  • Available Jobs in Rye (All Industries)

    Rye, Mornington Peninsula: Current available jobs: ________________________________ 2 x Casual Cleaners Note: experience preferred Contact: Julie Ahronson 0400 197 030 ________________________________ 1 x Cook 1 x Counter Staff Contact: Maggie Lembo 03 5985 7799 ________________________________ 1 x Sales Note: no experience neccesary Contact: Guy Hoevenaars 0417 161 339 guy.hoevenaars@raywhite.com ________________________________ … Read more

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  • How to Ensure Your Bond is Returned to You in Full

    Renting a home can be a great option for all sorts of situations. Maybe you’re particularly mobile and rarely stay in one place for long, are a student and have need of group accommodation for yourself and some friends, or simply aren’t able or willing to consider home ownership. There … Read more

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  • ‘How to Get a Job’ Free Training Night

    ‘How to Get a Job’ Free recruitment evening for job seekers and employer’s. A free training night to help anyone looking for a job in any industry. We have many business owner contacts that are currently looking for staff on the Mornington Peninsula. If you are an employer, please register … Read more

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