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  • Summer auctions sizzle

    With more than 3000 Ray White auctions booked so far this month across Australia, momentum keeps building across all markets, with Sydney shining brightly today with an 80 per cent clearance rate across the harbour city. Today the leading group …

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  • Economic update – 2 December

    This week chief economist, Nerida Conisbee looks at whether house prices double every ten years, as well as how market dynamics are changing as we get to the end of the year. Do house prices double every 10 years? Property …

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  • Weekly Economic Update

    This week we take a look at whether house prices double every ten years, as well as how market dynamics are changing as we get to the end of the year. Do house prices double every 10 years? Property is …

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  • Ray White regional powerhouse expands

    LOCAL expert Stuart Sinclair (pictured above left with agents Renee Spiteri and Jeff Carryer) has expanded his real estate offering into a new market with the opening of Ray White Bulahdelah. The Ray White Tea Gardens | Hawks Nest principal said the …

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  • Gold Coast business stalwart opens Ray White Carrara

    CARRARA now has a new real estate player with experienced businessman Mushood Chothia (pictured above) opening Ray White Carrara. Mr Chothia, who originally hails from South Africa, has more than three decades of business experience in the western Gold Coast area and …

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  • Ray White expands in regional Victoria

    LOCAL real estate expert Peter Bellingham (pictured above second from the right with his Ray White Sandy Point team) is on track to grow his Foster and Sandy Point businesses by partnering with Ray White. Mr Bellingham has also been …

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  • Preparing your home to survive the festive season

    December can be a month full of festivities and excitement, but with constant celebrations and outings, burnout can get the better of anyone. These are some ways we can prepare for a month brimming with celebrations so that we can …

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  • Economic update – 25 November

    This week we take a look at Australia’s most expensive and cheapest streets, as well as the fastest growing state (and the states that contracted) during the pandemic Where are Australia’s most expensive and cheapest streets? The most expensive suburb …

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  • Ten questions to ask your agent

    You know you and your investment deserve the very best in service and expertise. Before entering into a long term relationship, here are a few key questions to consider when choosing your agent to ensure you make the right choice. How will you ensure a higher return on my investment? … Read more

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  • Queensland still the Sunshine State

    With fewer than 70 days on average of rainfall a year, Queensland’s moniker of “The Sunshine State” has always been well deserved. But in a year that’s been full of unexpected strain across the globe, Brisbane’s property market also continues to outshine its southern capital city counterparts, recording an envious … Read more

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  • Our community – Woody Point Jetty

    These are the locks that will never be opened. Because the keys are the love that so many people hold towards their friends, family and the Redcliffe Peninsula. Taking a stroll down the Woody Point Jetty at the southern end of the Peninsula, you will experience glorious panoramic views of … Read more

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  • Our community – Hornibrook Bridge

    Once upon a time, the Redcliffe was quite an isolated place. The waters of Bramble Bay meant there were several kilometres separating the Redcliffe locals from the Brisbane CBD until the historic Hornibrook Bridge was opened in 1935. At the time, it was the longest bridge in Australia at 2686 … Read more

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  • Our community – HMAS Gayundah

    A piece of Australian naval history is part of the Redcliffe peninsula foreshore, with the remains of the HMAS Gayundah nestled against the banks of Woody Point. The flat-iron gunboat started life as the HMQS Gayundah in 1884, first commissioned by the Queensland Maritime Defence Force and later the Royal … Read more

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  • Our community – The Redcliffe jetty

    Over 130 years ago, the Redcliffe Jetty was built to be the gateway to Moreton Bay. Today, in 2020, it still serves the same purpose. Taking a stroll along the timber slats with children in tow and fishing rods in hand is a popular past time for locals and tourists … Read more

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