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  • Grafton’s top agent opens Ray White TKG

    Top performing agent Jake Kroehnert has made the leap to Australasia’s largest real estate group, opening Ray White TKG in Grafton. Young gun and top agent in Grafton, Mr Kroehnert had always wanted to join the real estate industry but …

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  • Rural experts open Ray White Rural Tara

    EXPERIENCED livestock producers and traders Craig and Fiona Davison are expanding their sales operation with the opening of Ray White Rural Tara. The husband and wife team began in the industry by breeding cattle and then moved into trading, saying …

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  • Australia tops the world for net inflow of millionaires

    William Clark, Ray White economics team During the Covid-19 outbreak and subsequent lockdowns, we saw mass migration from major cities to the regions, and from New South Wales and Victoria to Queensland and Tasmania. We also saw Byron Bay become …

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  • Weekly Economic Update

    Australia tops the world for net inflow of millionaires William Clark, Ray White economics team During the Covid-19 outbreak and subsequent lockdowns, we saw mass migration from major cities to the regions, and from New South Wales and Victoria to …

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  • Why sell now?

    The Australian market is high functioning with high turnover, with not too much of a gap between buyers and sellers. We know we’re in a new cycle but there are a number of reasons why prices aren’t likely to drop …

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  • How do our different markets stack up?

    Not all property markets are made the same and while one may find its prices and clearance rates dipping, another may still be on a hot streak. Rate rises have been seen as a large factor in the slowing down …

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  • Ray White Queensland is set and ready to go

    L-R Ray White national director of special programs Bianca Denham, Ray White Queensland CEO Jason Andrew, Ray White Queensland chief growth officer Katie Cotton and Ray White head of performance Tim Snell. More than 400 Ray White members from across …

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  • Weekly economic update – 16 June

    Nerida Conisbee, Ray White Chief Economist Stamp duty is back on the agenda with the NSW Government announcing this week that it will press forward with its proposed changes to the tax. The changes, which involve a gradual movement from …

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  • Local News: October 2020

    STAGE ONE RENEWABLE ENERGY PARK OPENING Port Augusta City Council Chief Executive Officer John Banks and Mayor Brett Benbow attended the official opening and turning of the sod for Stage 1 of Iberdrola’s Port Augusta Renewable Energy Park this morning, with official proceedings conducted by the State Premier Mr. Steven … Read more

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  • Local News: September 2020

    $100M NINE STOREY RESORT Whyalla’s tourism industry is set to be supercharged through the construction of a $100m nine-storey resort on the city’s foreshore. The project, which is yet to be approved, would include about 180 hotel rooms, 44 luxury apartments, food and beverage outlets, conference facilities and a large … Read more

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  • Local News Update: August 2020

    SIMEC Energy Australia has secured development approval for the proposed Playford Utility Battery to be built just outside of Port Augusta. The battery is tipped to be one the world’s most powerful, equaling Elon Musk’s Tesla battery in Hornsdale. The new battery will be built by Whyalla steelworks owner Sanjeev … Read more

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  • Sales Update: August 2020

    One of the most asked questions of us here in the sales teams in Pt Augusta and Whyalla is and has always been – ‘How is the market going’. There are a number of responses we can offer, and all depend on the circumstances around the simple process of listing … Read more

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  • Sales Market Update: July 2020

    PORT AUGUSTA SALES MARKET UPDATE: JULY 2020 New opportunities are ready and waiting for investors in Port Augusta, and the rental return has interest coming from local and interstate buyers. The sale price points are indicating where the activity is centred, with any sub-$200K property getting solid enquiry interest weekly. … Read more

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  • Local News Update: July 2020

    NEW $100 MILLION, NINE-STOREY HOTEL COMING TO WHYALLA It’s “Where the Outback meets the Sea” all over again. That is how Thrive Construct Chief Executive Barrie Harrop described his vision for a new $100 million, nine-storey hotel coming to the Whyalla Foreshore. The resort will create 400 long-term jobs and … Read more

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  • Whyalla Market Update: June 2020

    WHYALLA SALES MARKET UPDATE: JUNE 2020 Whyalla is currently experiencing a demand for rental properties across whyalla. We are getting multiple applications and plenty of interest on all vacancies due to the limited properties available to rent. This is allowing landlords to aim for higher rents and receive a better … Read more

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  • Port Augusta Market Update: June 2020

    PORT AUGUSTA SALES MARKET UPDATE: JUNE 2020 Amidst the flurry of media report surrounding the impact of COVID-19 and the real estate market, one thing has stood out more than ever in the Pt Augusta greater region, and that is property investor activity. This can be attributed to number of … Read more

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  • Local News Update: 2020

    The Whyalla and Port Augusta region continue to thrive with positive updates across both towns. Here’s where you can keep up to date with the local news and projects happening in the area! Cultana Solar Farm Ramps Up! Work on the long-awaited 280-megawatt Cultana Solar Farm could beginas early as … Read more

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  • Innovative new Australian rail on track for new Australian railway

    Innovative new Australian rail on track for new Australian railway An innovative new rail has been designed and manufactured in Australia specifically for the transformational 1700km Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail. Inland Rail CEO, Richard Wankmuller, said the new rail shape – made possible by the combined expertise of the … Read more

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