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  • Escape to a rainforest retreat in north Queensland

    A four bedroom tropical getaway at 17 Warril Drive, Kuranda has just gone on the market through Ray White Cairns Beaches. The luxury rainforest estate is owned by Major Les Hiddins, also known as The Bush Tucker Man, and wife Sandy Hiddins. Over …

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  • Melbourne’s outer fringe offers growth

    Jason Hellyer of Ray White Victoria said there were seven council shires in Melbourne’s outer fringe which grew by 7.1 per cent when compared to the same period in 2018. At the same time the average median property value across …

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  • Proceeds from deceased estate to go to charity

    ALL proceeds from the sale of 10 Rachel Drive, Cranbourne North will be donated to charity at the behest of the property’s late owner. The donation has prompted the selling office, Ray White Cranbourne, to match the owner’s generosity by giving 10 …

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  • Growth forecasted for 2020

    RAY White Victoria corporate auctioneer Jeremy Tyrrell is optimistic about 2020 and he’s expecting positive growth for the property market. After the highs and lows of 2019 – which saw buyers, sellers and real estate agents alike on a rollercoaster …

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  • Three easy tips to decorating your rental

    Feeling unable to personalise your rental home can be frustrating and make it seem like you’re still living in someone else’s house. These three tips will help you add your own flare without breaching your landlord’s contract. The wonders of …

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  • Challenging our best to be better

    We recently held our annual Chairman’s Elite and Alan White Elite conferences in Bali. It was the first time we celebrated together in an overseas location. It was a magical setting to recognise those members who achieved results across the …

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  • How My Bid to Save a Buck Cost Me a Property Sale

    Whether you’re buying or selling, the experts always warn that you should try and avoid becoming emotional about property. “When you’re emotional you don’t think as clearly,” they caution, “and you risk making costly mistakes.” On paper, this is a concept we can all agree with. But in practice, there … Read more

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  • Time for a cuppa in Sydney

    Australians love a good cup of tea. Here are a few reasons why you need to stop and enjoy your brew, as well as share the moment with your new neighbours.

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  • The spirit of Sydney

    Sydney is full of life, culture and sophistication. These are two of the latest events that showcase the spirit of Sydney.

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  • Big win for pet owners in NSW

    To many NSW residents, pets are family. As of 30 November, there’ll be new model by-laws which give your furry friends better chances for strata living.

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