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  • Preparing Your Property For A Winter Sale

    When’s the best time to sell your property? Most would say spring or summer, but data from Swinburne University of Technology has revealed that answer isn’t necessarily correct. In fact, the research suggests that if you sell your home in Sydney or Melbourne in early winter you may get as much … Read more

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  • 6 Cheap And Easy Hacks To Make Your Home Warmer For Winter

    Improve your home and stay warm this winter by trying our six easy and cheap ways to make your property warmer this winter. SPRUCE UP YOUR CURTAINS A large amount of your home’s heat is lost through glass doors and windows. Luckily there’s an easy way to stop the flow … Read more

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  • Nine Ways To Make A Small Room Look Bigger And Feel Spacious

    Small spaces in the home are becoming more common whether through choice or necessity. It doesn’t have to be a negative – there are plenty of ways to make a small room feel larger and yet retain a cosy and homely feel. The good news is, you don’t have to completely redecorate to … Read more

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  • Winter Is Coming: 5 Tips On Staying Warm At Home

    Winter is coming, Ned Stark might as well have been talking to Australian homeowners when he uttered those three famous words. And while our winter probably won’t feature White Walkers or thousand-foot-tall ice walls, you can be certain it will be cold. As the air cools down it can be … Read more

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  • People VS Brand

    While it might sound counterintuitive, my family has always had a difficult relationship with the concept of Ray White as a brand. As a teenager, I can recall my father bristling at the thought of the business being described in such terms. He couldn’t identify himself or the company as being … Read more

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  • How To Prepare Your Garden For The Cooler Months

    While your garden may be frequented the most during summer months, there’s no need to abandon your floral oasis when the weather starts to turn. Despite the colder temperatures and unpredictable downpours, it’s still easy to keep your garden looking great – here’s how. Prepare your perennials for the cold … Read more

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  • School Zones Matter

    GETTING IT RIGHT WITH ‘FIND MY SCHOOL’ Did you know that getting your school zone right can make a difference of hundreds of thousands in the buying price of a top school zone property, versus buying a neighbouring one which does not make it into “the zone.” Not only that, … Read more

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  • The Absolute Essentials For Your First Home

    How to Fit Out Your First Home By Laura Gaskill in association with Whether you are getting married, buying your first home or simply moving into your first real place of your own, you will likely find yourself with some shopping to do. A plan can help you stay focused and avoid unnecessary purchases, … Read more

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  • Three Tips For A Better Open For Inspection

    When your real estate agent holds an open for inspection, it’s your opportunity to let your home shine. Of course the marketing materials, photographs and advertisement copy all do their job, but once someone’s on your property, you want them to fall in love with what they see. Here are … Read more

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  • White Paper – April 2019

    LOOKING back on April, it was a tough month and we are actually glad it’s now behind us given all the public holidays, school holidays and the federal election campaign getting underway. But despite all interruptions, our members still recorded $3.2B in unconditional sales, which is about 14 per cent … Read more

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