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  • July momentum propels August auction success

    DESPITE restrictions in Victoria, August’s auction results have remained steady after a record July for Australasia’s largest real estate group. This week Victorians face the first full week of Stage Four restrictions in which online auctions from anywhere but the …

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  • Art deco elegance in Potts Point

    A rare offering in a tightly held art deco building called Macleay Regis in Potts Point has come up for sale as its owners are moving to Melbourne. Ray White Elizabeth Bay Agent Renee Cross and Principal Ian Campbell are …

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  • Familiar faces join Ray White Albany

    WELL KNOWN Albany faces Darren Leslie and Tam Emin are bringing their wealth of real estate experience to the Ray White Group as new business owners of Ray White Albany. The real estate duo took ownership of the Ray White Albany …

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  • NZ$2.85M sale headlines fantastic Christchurch auctions

    AN exceptional four-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Casebrook, offered to the market for the first time in 33 years, has sold for a staggering NZ$2,850,000 under the hammer at 130 Styx Mill Road (pictured above), as the Christchurch auction market remained unstoppable. “Anyone …

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  • 1930’s Christchurch bungalow attracts whopping 30 offers

    A MODERNISED 1930’s bungalow has sold for NZ$472,500 after attracting a whopping 30 offers at 113 Randolph Street (above) in Woolston as the Christchurch market remained red-hot. Ray White Ferrymead Principal/Company Auctioneer Craig Prier said over the past few weeks his office had …

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  • White Paper – Our best July ever

    A record month is usually a time for great celebration. But to post one in the middle of a global health pandemic, amid restrictions on how we operate our business, and with so much of our community experiencing health and …

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  • It’s a seller’s market

    With so much negative speculation floating around it’s easy to be influenced not informed, but for Sue McDonald, the strength of property market now was vital in listing their property for, and ultimately selling, at auction. The property in question …

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  • Charity Grand Final Lunch 2019

    Charity Grand Final Lunch 2019 When: Thursday 26th September Where: Longbeach Hotel Chelsea All Funds Raised for Local Community Support Groups Special Guest Speakers Stan Alves (OAM) Played 283 games | Premiership Player | Grand Final Coach Peta Searle (OAM) St Kilda AFLW Senior Coach Doug Hawkins (RFG) “The Hawk” … Read more

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  • REIV Community Service Award Finalists 2017

    Ray White Chelsea are very proud to be announced as a 2017 Finalist for Community Service Award for the REIV Awards for Excellence. This couldn’t be achieved without the commitment of each and every team member and their contribution to our local and broader community. We look forward to the … Read more

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  • The Melbourne Op Shop Ball

    Saturday 25th of November 2017 The Op Shop Ball was founded in 2011 by John Shore, director of Ray White Chelsea and supported by the entire team at Ray White Chelsea during the year and on the night. The Op Shop Ball concept is that all guests arrive in Op … Read more

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  • Women In Business – High Tea

    Last week we had the pleasure in enjoying an inspirational presentation from Alisa Camplin at the Annual Ray White Women In Business High Tea which was held at the Sheraton Hotel Melbourme. Alisa spoke about her 8 year quest to become an Olympic Champion and representing Australia in the Winter … Read more

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  • Ray White Supporting Finnan’s Gift 2016

    Each year Ray White support the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal which in past years has been a great success with the group raising over $70,000 in 2014 and over $40,000 in 2013. In 2014 Ray White started fundraising for Finnan’s Gift. Finnan’s Gift is a charity set up by … Read more

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