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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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  • How To Renovate Your Kitchen On A $5000 Budget

    Do you have a plethora of Pinterest boards with carefully curated images of your dream kitchen? You’re definitely not alone. A kitchen sets the tone for the entire house, so it’s a natural focal point for renovation plans and projects. And if you’re looking to sell, a stylish kitchen is … Read more

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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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  • How To Heat Your Home For Less This Winter

    According to Australia’s Energy Rating website, heating and cooling accounts for a hefty 40 per cent of our national household energy use on average. Simon Clark of Sustainable Homes Melbourne explains it this way: “Since the post-war boom, Australia’s focus was on building as many homes as possible, not necessarily building them well, or … Read more

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  • How Rising Interest Rates Could Affect Fixed-Rate Mortgage Holders

    Borrowers who locked in record-low fixed interest rates below 2 per cent in the past few years are likely to face a substantial increase in mortgage repayments when their fixed terms end and they roll onto their lender’s standard variable rate. The big banks now predict the official interest rate … Read more

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  • How Long Does It Take For A Rate Rise To Hit The Housing Market?

    Rising interest rates are expected to have a swifter-than-usual impact on the property market as reduced borrowing power and higher mortgage repayments weigh on already slowing buyer demand. Historically, changes to the cash rate had taken multiple months to have an effect, AMP Capital chief economist Dr Shane Oliver said, … Read more

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  • The Real Costs Of Home Ownership Explained

    We’re often so focused on the price we’re paying for a property, and any likely movements in the interest rates that will make the mortgage more expensive, we often completely forget to factor in the costs of actually being a home owner. Yet, those bills all still have to be … Read more

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  • The Advantages of Building a New Home

    There’s a lot to weigh up when considering whether to buy an established house or build a new one. Everyone’s budget and lifestyle needs are unique, so there’s not a one-size-fits-all solution. But taking a closer look at the pros and cons of both options enables buyers to make a … Read more

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  • A Guide To Winter Gardening: What To Prune, What To Pick & What To Plant

    For award-winning horticulturalist Tammy Huynh, there is plenty to love about winter. “I love the changes the season brings,” the owner of Leaf an Impression shares. “The pace slows, deciduous trees lose their leaves revealing their sculptural silhouettes, and winter veggies are being harvested for hearty roasts and soups. “It’s not as … Read more

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