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  • Auction market stays hot on winter’s long weekend

    BIDDERS have defied the colder weather and the long weekend across multiple states as a string of exceptional results highlighted the time was now to market and sell your property. Ray White Group booked a preliminary clearance rate of 58.2 …

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  • Awesome foursome as auction confidence sweeps the nation

    Ray White New Zealand Auctioneer Ben East calling in-room auctions last night. AUCTION confidence continued to sweep the nation with four strong under the hammer property sales around the country last night, to the tune of NZ$3,545,500, highlighting continued buyer …

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  • White Paper – May 2020

    Our sales results for May brings more positive news for all Australian property owners. Despite a month of lockdowns and being restricted in the manner by which we could operate, in Australia we recorded unconditional sales of $2.37 billion in …

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  • Christchurch on-site auction hat-trick as confidence fires up

    COMPETITION was clear to see as 16 registered buyers battled it out for just three properties as bidders warmly welcomed the return of on-site auctions in Christchurch. The team at Ray White Ferrymead continued recent nationwide momentum by orchestrating three strong under …

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  • Ray White Double Bay returns to auctions with a bang

    IT WAS a chilly night in Sydney but that didn’t stop nine eager bidders from turning out for the hotly contested Ray White Double Bay auction at 113 Victoria Road, Bellevue Hill. Sold by Double Bay Managing Director Elliott Placks and …

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  • Christchurch in-room auctions back with a bang

    BUYERS in Christchurch welcomed in-room auctions back with socially-distanced open arms as six out of eight properties sold under the hammer for a combined NZ$2,670,000. “Auctions are proving the best method to uncover a premium price in our Alert Level …

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  • The changes we should not waste…

    Not sure we’ll see the wholesale change that some commentators are declaring can be the only result of experiencing this “unprecedented” event… In my experience (longer than I care to admit) people have short memories and revert to familiar routines …

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  • Toasty fires to keep warm by this winter

    There’s nothing quite like huddling by a fire and toasting marshmallows to warm up in the cooler months of the year. We’ve put together some of our favourite fireplaces and fire pits that might inspire you to build or buy …

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  • What is the Value of a Property Manager?

    For some it comes down to dollars and cents, for most it’s whether they like the actual property manager they are dealing with and some people think the quality of the routine inspection maketh the value. COVID-19 has presented an …

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  • Rocky’s new hub to deliver jobs for CQ

    THE Queensland Government delivered on its promise to support manufacturing in Central Queensland, with the opening of a new Manufacturing Hub at Rockhampton’s CQUniversity campus on Tuesday. Minister for Manufacturing Cameron Dick (who was joined by CQUniversity senior deputy vice-chancellor Alastair Dawson, Member for Rockhampton Barry O’Rourke and Member for … Read more

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  • Aussies flock to first home buyer loan scheme

    The first 3000 spots available in the Morrison Government first home buyers scheme have already been filled in just over a week since it began. Thousands of first home buyers have rushed to the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme to help them get into the property market sooner. The Commonwealth … Read more

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  •  ’Stellar’ year for prestige property sales in CQ

    THE LAST monthly Herron Todd White residential property report for 2019 has sent somewhat mixed messages when it comes to the Rockhampton market. Rockhampton sits at “the bottom of the market” for houses and units on HTW’s property clocks which indicates positional change since the previous month. The report stated … Read more

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  • Great Keppel Island: Let’s get this project started

    ALTUM Property Group Directors Rob McCready and Alex Rigby have not been sitting on their hands while waiting for State Government to give the go ahead for the transfer of leases for Great Keppel Island Resort from Tower Holdings. The Queensland lads have been working diligently to ensure they have … Read more

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  • Five commercial properties snapped up in just two weeks

    ROCKHAMPTON’S commercial property leasing market has seen a boom in recent months, with five properties leased in the past two weeks. Four of those properties were located in Rockhampton’s CBD, with one in Berserker. The commercial market is experiencing an uptick with a couple more commercial properties leased to local … Read more

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  • City’s rental market has strengthened to a new low

    The rental vacancy rate within Rockhampton is at a low since the last five years. The city’s rental market has strengthened, with vacancies tightening to 1 per cent this month, down from the 3.6 per cent of the September quarter. The market is very active and very strong. Vacancy rates … Read more

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  • More jobs coming as Adani reveals $40m rail contract

    ADANI’S Carmichael coal mine is set to deliver a jobs boost to central Queensland after the company signed a $40 million contract to deliver workers camps for construction of its 200km railway. ASX-listed mining contractor Decmil will design and construct three temporary camps along the Adani rail corridor, which will … Read more

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