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  • Ray White Queensland auction bonanza

    Bidders from all over Queensland gathered at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre for a Ray White auction bonanza today. The event saw a 63 per cent clearance rate with $15,798,000 worth of stock sold and attracted 71 registered bidders with …

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  • Ray White market listings report – November

    Market listings growth has been steadily declining for the last year, with a peak year-on-year growth in listings seen in July last year. Growth in the regions could not offset large declines in both Melbourne and Sydney. All state capitals …

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  • Leadership path on track at Ray White Canberra

    A strong commitment to personal and professional growth has seen three key employees promoted at Ray White Canberra to newly created executive positions. The leading group continues to expand and deliver on its mission to be the “best place in …

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  • Ray White powerhouse expands to Croydon

    The powerhouse team behind the leading Ray White Ferntree Gully office has expanded to Croydon with local real estate expert James Wilson at the helm. Mr Wilson is a true Croydon local and intimately understands the benefits of the area and …

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  • Weekly Economic Update

    Victoria bounces back as South Australia’s economic growth story continues Nerida Conisbee, Ray White Chief Economist Last week, the latest economic growth by state was released for 2022. While Australia’s growth rate was 3.6 per cent, five states outperformed the average with …

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  • Knockdown nation

    Nerida Conisbee, Ray White Chief Economist More houses are being demolished than ever before. In the 12 months to June 2022, there were more houses knocked down in Australia than ever recorded. While still only a fraction of the 10.9 million …

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  • Who’s more likely to be hit by rising energy costs?

    Nerida Conisbee, Ray White Chief Economist With the continued push to renewable energy and the United Nations Climate Change Summit (COP27) now on, this week we take a look at where households source energy for their homes. Overwhelmingly, you are …

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  • Australia’s ghost town suburbs

    Nerida Conisbee, Ray White Chief Economist Holiday homes were hot property during the pandemic, fueled by an inability to travel internationally, high savings rates and very low mortgage rates. This, however, has become a problem now where we are seeing …

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