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  • Autumn closes historically high

    THE federal election is over and the country can finally take a breath as life goes on in the property market. If you only started paying attention to the property market last year then you might think the current softening …

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  • Elite squad in training for worthy cause

    Fighting fit – Patrick Cosgrove, Jarryd Rubinstein and Oliver Lavers preparing for the Kokoda Track to raise money for the Wolfy Foundation. SUPER fit Ray White TRG managing director Jarryd Rubinstein has top agents Patrick Cosgrove and Oliver Lavers on a …

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  • Paddles and polls on election day

    Election day delivered some huge auction results, as scores of bidders showed up to auctions and open homes in between casting their vote at the polling booth today. Although a record number of early votes were cast this election, many …

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  • First home buyers face auction competition

    ELECTION day is almost here and both major parties have offered up their own housing policies – particularly aimed at first home buyers. But Ray White chief economist Nerida Conisbee said the best scheme for first home buyers is currently …

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  • Weekly Economic Update – 5 May

    This year will be a much better one for first home buyers The start of the pandemic was a popular time for first home buyers to get into the market. Between January 2020 and January 2021, the number of first …

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  • Weekly Economic Update – 28 April

    This week, Ray White chief economist, Nerida Conisbee takes a look at the latest inflation data and outline what it will mean to property this cycle. Inflation hits 5.1 per cent – what does it mean for property? No doubt …

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  • Weekly Economic Update – 21 April

    Geelong tops the list for pandemic driven population growth. Nerida Conisbee, Ray White chief economist By mid 2021, it became clear how much the pandemic had driven people to regional and outer suburban areas. The latest data on population growth …

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  • 10 clever storage solutions for rental properties

    Is that tiny cupboard in your rental starting to drive you batty? Are you sick of struggling to close its door, while a pile of clothes and miscellaneous items teases it open from below? If you’ve answered yes to one of those questions, then chances are your rental lacks storage. … Read more

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  • Different types of home insurance

    Learning the different types of home insurance cover before you buy, rather than when you need to make a claim, could save you a lot of pain and money. The range of home insurance products, packages and optional add-ons vary widely between insurers. This means you have a good chance … Read more

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  • The hidden costs of buying a home

    Buying a house isn’t just about paying what’s on the property’s price tag. There are some extra costs all buyers should be aware of. So how much are these hidden costs exactly? Perhaps unsurprisingly, it depends on the value of your property and where it’s located. Conveyancing & legal fees … Read more

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  • New Year, New Decade, New Home: What are your 2020 property resolutions?

    Before the champagne bottles popped and the fireworks lit up the sky you probably had a conversation about your New Year’s resolutions. They might be lofty goals for 2020, from getting shredded abs, to growing your savings account and everything in between. But what you probably didn’t talk about was your … Read more

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  • 4 easy ways to cool your home

    December is one of the hottest months of the year and without taking some time to cool down your property it can get oppressive. If you’re feeling the heat this December, here are four projects you can do around the home that will pay dividends this year and in the … Read more

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  • Property Settlement Tips for Buyers

    When it gets down to the nitty gritty, few people savour the process of buying a new home. Sure, searching online and attending inspections can be a lot of fun, but find me a buyer who says they enjoy the protracted negotiations and tumultuous back-and-forths and I’ll show you a … Read more

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  • Clutter free living: A quick guide to organising your kitchen

    The kitchen is the heart of the home. The old saying is certainly true for most Australians, who spend a lot of time in their kitchens – whether they’re dining together at the breakfast bar, or preparing dinner as a family. We know how important the kitchen is to your … Read more

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  • Preparing for Auction

    The excitement and anticipation of an auction is probably the way most people imagine they will buy a property. The idea of bidding at auction can be daunting or thrilling depending on the individual. Most likely it will be a little of both. Of course, the best way of approaching … Read more

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  • Smart tips for renovating rentals

    Renovating a rental property presents a number of questions for property owners and investors. The ultimate goal is to maximise the property’s rental return by increasing its appeal among renters. And so, it’s important that you work out which renovations will yield strong long-term returns, and which aren’t worth the … Read more

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  • What do I have to disclose when selling a house?

    The days of buyer beware are fading fast. States are introducing a growing list of regulations mandating what sellers must tell potential buyers – while Australian consumer law also protects purchasers across the country. Here’s some good general areas to keep in mind when selling, but remember that disclosure … Read more

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