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  • Mid-winter activity fires up

    The mid-winter auction market continues to fire with strong buyer activity across the country. Despite higher interest rates and high inflation, which is mostly being driven by price rises on non-discretionary goods, auction clearance rates have rebounded. Is stock “piling …

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  • Weekly Economic Update

    Where are you most likely to find an energy efficient home? Nerida Conisbee, Ray White Chief Economist Energy prices are on the move and although a crisis of widespread blackouts looks to be averted for now, longer term, having an …

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  • How buyers can make auctions work for them

    THERE’S no doubt sellers love an auction but there are some surprising benefits for buyers as well. Australia’s largest auction house Ray White calls one in five auctions across the country with a year to date clearance rate of 71 …

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  • Ray White welcomes Milo Rasinac

    Ray White Victoria and Tasmania has appointed the highly regarded Milo Rasinac to the role of Network Development Manager. An accomplished auctioneer, Mr Rasinac is well known in Melbourne, especially in and around Essendon, where he owned a market leading …

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  • Auctions volumes rebound

    Auction volumes across the country rebounded this week after last week’s Queens birthday weekend slump. Australasia’s largest real estate group had 630 auctions scheduled this week, up 22.3 per cent on the same time last year, while the number of …

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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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  • Historic home on large block

    Listed this week by Roxanne Paterson is this important piece of history for Bracken Ridge. One of the original farm homes in the area, this property supplied a significant amount of produce to local and surrounding areas for many years. The large cavity brick home is nestled high on the … Read more

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  • The top design trends you need to know about in 2017

    If you were paying attention, 2016 was the year of mid-century cues, indoor plants, distressed timbers and rustic metallics in the home. Luxe looks were a hit, along with the revival of marble, mirror splashbacks, rose gold and copper. In the year ahead, will these trends live on? Or will … Read more

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  • Northside McDonald’s store top fundraiser

    BRACKEN Ridge McDonald’s was the top fundraiser in Queensland in last year’s McHappy Day, and was the seventh top fundraiser in Australia. The outlet raised $12,153, more than half the $22,154 raised in Brisbane’s north east suburbs; $3.95million was raised across the country. Funds raised from the day will be … Read more

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  • A Little Ray of Giving

    This Christmas, Ray White will continue its popular tradition of giving with the return of a little Ray of giving. The inspiring Christmas campaign will see Ray White Bracken Ridge partner with Share the Dignity to help disadvantaged children who may need a little extra light in their festive season. … Read more

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  • Christmas Colouring Competition!

    Come and visit us at Ray White Bracken Ridge with your coloured-in page for your chance to win! Christmas Colouring Download For up to 6 years old – Red Razor Scooter 7-12 years old – Yellow iPod Shuffle … Read more

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  • 4 Tips for New Landlords

    When becoming a Landlord there is a lot to know and a lot to do; from keeping tenants happy, abiding by a number of laws and maintaining the property while ensuring it’s making a decent return as an investment. A little knowledge can make the process stress free and easy … Read more

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  • Carseldine Urban Village

    Carseldine Urban Village is set to transform the site of the former Queensland University of Technology campus in Carseldine with a $35 million first stage to include a dramatic tree-lined boulevard entrance. The State Government has announced that it is creating an ‘exciting transport-oriented community with a world-class urban design … Read more

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  • Greek Affair Multicultural Festival

    The Greek Affair Multicultural Festival will be held on Sunday, 9th October 2016, at St Paraskevi Greek Orthodox Parish, 241 Church Road, Taigum. Running from 10:00am – 5:00pm, this event will help raise funds for the St John Community Care, the Parish of St Paraskevi and the Taigum Child Care Centre. … Read more

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  • 3 Things To Do When Buying An Older Home

    Decades ago homes were built by carpenters and builders with an artistry and care that showed in the finish product. Floors were hewn from finely polished timber, ornate bay windows added character and detailing around the home was often intricate and decorative. Things have changed in the modern age. Homes … Read more

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  • Queensland celebrates worlds best in Ray White

    The stories of success and top performers who dominated an incredible year in Queensland real estate were on show last Thursday as over 1300 Ray White members filled Brisbane’s Royal International Convention Centre for the Ray White Queensland Annual Awards 2016. In a clever nod to the journey of the Olympic … Read more

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