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  • Colour Themes For Your Bathroom: Is It White Or Bust?

    The colour white is associated with cleanliness and calm – which may be why it’s all over the majority of bathrooms. But does it have to be white or bust when it comes to picking colours for your loo? Can you bring other colours in to make things interesting? We say … Read more

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  • Christmas Colouring Competition

    Kids, GREAT NEWS – Ray White Oakleigh / Clayton are running our Christmas Colouring Competition again! If you are between 5-12 years of age here’s you’re chance to win some extra presents under the Xmas Tree! Simply download from our site on this link Colouring Competition Link All entries must … Read more

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  • Our Favourite Pre-Summer Landscaping Tips

    Australia is in for a hotter summer than usual, according to the Bureau of Meteorology’s forecasts. That means 40 degree days and tropical nights are ahead, all of which can make it tough to spend time doing things outside, like tending to your garden. However, you home’s first impression is … Read more

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  • 5 Easy Ways You Can Organise Your Home This Summer

    Look around your home right now – how much ‘stuff’ can you see on the floor, or on benches, that just doesn’t belong there? If you’ve never decluttered your home, there are likely a few things you think could live somewhere else. So, how should you go about organising your … Read more

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  • Win A Ray White Bike

    How To Enter Show off your best COLOURING skills Come to our office and leave the colouring sheet with our receptionists Alternatively, you can also ask mum or dad to post or email the flyer to our office (please refer to the address & the email) Winner will be drawn … Read more

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  • Summer Renos: What’s On Your Wish List?

    Winter can feel like it goes on forever, particularly in the cooler parts of the country. Thankfully, we’re finally nearing the end of the chilly season. With summer around the corner, now’s the perfect time to start getting your home ready for long days outside in the sun with family … Read more

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  • 6 Tips To Help You Have A Spooky But Safe Halloween

    Halloween is getting bigger every year, with more and more children and families hitting the streets to trick-or-treat. We’ve put together these six tips to help make sure you have a spooky but safe Halloween. Clear your yard and path: if you’re planning on welcoming trick-or-treaters, make sure you clear … Read more

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  • Rentvestment: The Ultimate Alternative First Home Buying Strategy

    There’s an established way of doing things for the average first home buyer. It usually involves saving for years to put together a deposit, before paying down a mortgage over a decade or so – but it doesn’t have to be this way. Rentvestment, or renting the property you live … Read more

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  • What Shoukd You Be Looking Out For At An Inspection?

    You’ve set up the alerts on your phone, planned out the calendar and resigned yourself to giving up your Saturday morning sleep-in. Bring on the open for inspections. What’s the best way to approach them? Firstly, go to as many as you can. Housing inspections are about more than just … Read more

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  • Timing Is Everything: 6 Signs You’re Ready To Buy A First Home

    In the three minutes it’ll take you to read this article, Australians will spend roughly $3.5 million, according to Moneysmart. Households in our country spend over $640 billion a year, including $1.1 billion on tea and coffee, $800 million on grooming our pets, and $78.4 billion on transport. Unsurprisingly though, our … Read more

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