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  • Australasian interest rates comparison

    William Clark, Ray White economics team In the wake of the Reserve Bank of Australia’s cash rate decision today, we examine the state Australia is in, and qualify it against New Zealand’s efforts to curb inflation. With house prices taking …

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  • Jacquie Laing celebrates 31+ years at Ray White

    Jacquie Laing is like the engine room of Ray White. She’s been keeping the train moving on the tracks for more than 30 years, plugging people in and out of its CRM and One System. Brisbane-based Jacquie originally joined the group …

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  • Pantsuits, TikTok and auctions with Angela Limanis

    EVERY Saturday, you can find Ray White Cheltenham’s Angela Limanis in one of her signature pantsuits, bringing down the hammer on another auction listing. Her pantsuit collection is legendary. Angela has seven different coloured/patterned pantsuits and countless coloured blazers. And yes, …

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  • Josh Tesolin expands Ray White Quakers Hill

    TOP principal Josh Tesolin has expanded his Ray White Quakers Hill business with the purchase of a significant rental roll and lease of another office premise. Two years on from opening his first business, Ray White Quakers Hill, Mr Tesolin …

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  • Stefan Stella level ups at Ray White

    Leading Melbourne agent Stefan Stella is excited to announce he has joined Ray White Glenroy to take his business to the next level. Mr Stella, who has almost 11 years real estate experience and has sold more than $800 million …

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  • Australia tops the world for net inflow of millionaires

    William Clark, Ray White economics team During the Covid-19 outbreak and subsequent lockdowns, we saw mass migration from major cities to the regions, and from New South Wales and Victoria to Queensland and Tasmania. We also saw Byron Bay become …

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  • Why sell now?

    The Australian market is high functioning with high turnover, with not too much of a gap between buyers and sellers. We know we’re in a new cycle but there are a number of reasons why prices aren’t likely to drop …

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  • Weekly economic update – 16 June

    Nerida Conisbee, Ray White Chief Economist Stamp duty is back on the agenda with the NSW Government announcing this week that it will press forward with its proposed changes to the tax. The changes, which involve a gradual movement from …

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  • Previous Golf Course – New Development

    Cedar Mill concert venue a game-changer for Morisset A new event space at Morisset that will host headline national and international performers will put Lake Macquarie on the map as an event tourism destination and create new economic and social opportunities in the city’s south west precinct. Lake Macquarie City … Read more

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  • $24 Million Dora Creek Deal

    Peter MacIntyre of Ray White Morisset facilitated one of the largest sales in our area, 263 DA Approved Residential Lot Subdivision Settled on 1st September 2020 for $24 million. Located minutes to schools, shops, train station and the M1 Motorway which is the main … Read more

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  • Environmental Conservation at Scarborough Park

    For many years, property developers have been accused of damaging the environment. Jetan Pty Ltd, the developer of “Scarborough Park” in Morisset, has not only preserved the environment, but improved upon it. The developer is dedicating 6.6 ha (16 acres) of natural bushland as Public Reserve. The area being dedicated has, over … Read more

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  • ESSENTIAL OPEN HOME FAQS ANSWERED

    A successful open home could be the key to selling your property. But opening your doors to dozens of strangers can be stressful and difficult, particularly if you’re already on edge about the sale. To help make your upcoming home as stress-free and successful as possible, we’ve whipped up answers … Read more

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  • ADDITION BY SUBTRACTION: WHY SOMETIMES MINIMALISM IS MORE

    Feeling that your home is lacking that certain ‘je nes sais quoi’? Perhaps it needs to lack a little more! Before setting off on a large-scale makeover, take a step back and assess your current decor. You might find that what you take away, not what you add, makes the biggest difference … Read more

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  • THE ABSOLUTE ESSENTIALS FOR YOUR FIRST HOME

    Whether you are getting married, buying your first home or simply moving into your first real place of your own, you will likely find yourself with some shopping to do. A plan can help you stay focused and avoid unnecessary purchases, saving money and time (not to mention clutter) in … Read more

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  • GETTING ON THE PROPERTY LADDER.

    The plight of the Australian first home buyer is challenging and it may only be getting harder. Fledgeling property owners accounted for just over 30.8 per cent of total new dwelling purchased over the first three months of this year – a record low since 2015, according to the National … Read more

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  • BUSTING FOUR COMMON MORTGAGE MYTHS

    Mortgages are much maligned, often seen as burdens rather than the useful tools that they really are. But that’s just because they’re misunderstood. There are several myths – that are widely believed – that tarnish the name of the humble home loan. We’ve busted just four of these myths to help … 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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  • Retrospective changes to negative gearing must not be an option.

    Article by EDDIE CHUNG from therealestateconversation.com.au When considering changes to negative gearing, commentary about the potential to wind back negative gearing benefits on a retrospective basis is concerning. People make medium to long term economic decisions based on the law at the time, and while some may argue the environment has changed … Read more

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