Sell with Confidence
Read More
Up to Date

News

  • Was 2021 the Year of the Super Deal?

    Nerida Conisbee Ray White Group Chief Economist In 2021, there was seemingly no let up in pandemic driven stop/start activity however for property, conditions continue to power ahead. And while the start of year predictions of a house price collapse …

    Read Full Post

  • Record results at Dalby Australian Stock Horse Sale 2021

    THE partnership between Ray White Rural and Livestock and The Darling Downs Branch of the Australian Stock Horse society has solidified after its 47th event recorded significant results. The Dalby Australian Stock Horse Sale records were broken at the close …

    Read Full Post

  • Clearance rates remain steady

    (Ray White auctioneer James Kerley calling an auction in Randwick last weekend.) AUCTION volume has remained high but strong bidder activity has kept clearance rates from plummeting. This week, the Ray White Group has 1,058 auctions scheduled – up 76 per cent …

    Read Full Post

  • 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 …

    Read Full Post

  • 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 …

    Read Full Post

  • 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 …

    Read Full Post

  • 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 …

    Read Full Post

  • THE FIRST TIMER’S GUIDE TO DECORATING A HOME

    Congratulations! You’ve just bought your first house and we’re sure you can’t wait to transform this empty shell into your dream home. However, there are a few factors to take into account before beginning your decorating masterpiece. Here’s everything you need to know if it’s your first time decorating … Read more

    Read Full Post

  • 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 and New Zealanders, 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 … Read more

    Read Full Post

  • Autumn Update 2017

    Check out our current Autumn Market update by clicking the link below. The Update is full of useful information for this season such as: Property Versus shares: which is the better investment? Improve your home and garden before winter sets in Recipe for a dried fruit compote YUM! Want to … Read more

    Read Full Post

  • ‘Houses for sale are also more attractive with an established garden, and give buyers the impression of homeliness’. Gardening tips for the green of thumb.

    Planting fruit trees this winter Unless you have the greenest of thumbs, you could probably use a few tips on how to keep your property looking spick and span over winter. We’re not just talking about homes for sale either – everyone could benefit from sprucing up the spruces when … Read more

    Read Full Post

  • Top Tips For Deciding To Sell or Rent Your Property

    It’s fair to say the property market can feel like a minefield at times. Everyone has their own piece of advice, but what is right for your situation may not suit the next person at all. This blog will highlight some key things to consider when tackling the decision of … Read more

    Read Full Post

  • The State-By-State Guide for First Time Buyers

    In 2000, the First Home Owners Grant scheme was introduced to minimise the effect the GST would have on home ownership. While this is a national scheme, individual states and territories do have their own eligibility criteria. This blog will help you gain a better understanding of how your state … Read more

    Read Full Post