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  • Ray White continues to carve out iso auction deals

    RAY WHITE members continued to hammer out deals across the country today with our innovative isolation auctions producing some incredible sales across the leading group. No doubt the strength of the 118 year old group is its evolution but the fundamentals …

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  • Online auctions continue to prosper in Brisbane

    THE ‘new normal’ of live online auctions continued to pick up pace this morning as two out of three properties sold under the hammer in Brisbane. 17 Osanna Street (above) in Daisy Hill sold for $506,000 after 16 bids and 80/204 Alice Street (below) in …

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  • Buyer confidence unshaken in Brisbane’s north

    RAY WHITE Albion principal David Treloar says there’s no lack of genuine buyers, especially for 25 Warraba Ave, Wavell Heights which spent a total of five days on the market before being snapped up for $1.3 million. The three bedroom property was …

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  • Five steps to buying your first home

    Buying your first home can be one of the most exciting experiences but when starting the process, the first question is usually ‘Where do I begin?’. While you may think the first step is looking at properties, there are actually …

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  • Get to know Sarah Gutzke from Ray White Wamuran

    What does a normal day look like for you? What’s normal?! That is the beauty of property management – no two days are the same. However, my days now involve team management, new business, trust accounting plus a bit of …

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  • White Paper – February 2020

    On the back of a record January and with rising median house prices, we awaited our February results with more than usual interest. Our members recorded $3.87 billion in total unconditional sales for February, a staggering 30 per cent higher …

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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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