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  • Should I renovate or relocate?

    Every year, over half a million Australians buy a new property, and last year over 8million of us did some form of renovations, Reserve Bank and Roy Morgan research shows. When your property’s no longer making the grade, you’ve got a decision to make. Are you going to relocate or renovate? RENOVATE: … Read more

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  • How can a Finance Broker help me save money and time?

    Finance brokers offer by far the most useful service for those new to the market. It may come as a surprise that they’ve outstripped real estate agents, buyers advocates and conveyancers because it’s difficult to understand the value of an excellent finance broker until you’ve used one. To that end, … Read more

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  • Capital City Housing Market Trends in 2018

    House prices in Australia have increased by 6556 percent since the 1960s, an average of over 8 percent a year, according to BIS data. This constitutes one of the largest house price upswings of all time. However, the OECD has recommended that the Reserve Bank begin tightening monetary policy in late … Read more

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  • The History Behind Adelaide’s Suburbs

    When you give someone your address, you’re telling them a lot more about where you live than you realise. Flinders Park, for example, was named after explorer Matthew Flinders, and many of the streets within the suburb are named after early explorers. Meanwhile, Munno Para was taken from an aboriginal … Read more

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  • New Year’s Eve Adelaide 2017/2018

    The 2017/2018 programs for New Year’s Eve fireworks have now been announced, and there’s three main events happening across Adelaide’s CBD and suburbs: New Year’s Eve at the Bay, Glenelg and Brighton Foreshore – Fireworks at 9.30pm and midnight Get down to Holdfast Bay to bring in 2018. The free, … Read more

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  • 9 experts you should have on your investment team

    Original content provided by Ray White Concierge partners BMT Tax Depreciation Quantity Surveys. While property investing is one of Australia’s favourite past times, it doesn’t mean it’s always an easy ride. There are ups and downs and certainly rewards to reap, but you do have to put in some groundwork … Read more

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  • What you need to know about buying a property with siblings or friends

    The average home in the Australian capital cities costs $679,000, according to data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Prices are still increasing in most regions at a rate of between 3 and 14 percent per year, and to make matters worse, many major banks have recently tightened mortgage lending … Read more

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  • SINK OR SWIM? 6 SECRETS OF SEASIDE STYLE

    Around 85% of Australians live within 50km of the coast, so it’s no surprise that seaside style has a special place in our hearts. It’s an aesthetic that resonates on so many levels; it salutes our natural environment, reflects some of our favourite pastimes, and of course, it’s associated with … Read more

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  • Ray White – Golden Grove | Greenwith | Salisbury Profile Video

    We’re pleased to present to you the Ray White Golden Grove | Greenwith | Salisbury profile video: Andrew Farnworth: “I’ve been working with Ray White for four and a half years now. What attracted me to joining Ray White was I saw Mike Lao dominating in the North of Adelaide, … Read more

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  • Top 5 smart home gadgets you need right now

    It’s not hard to find technology in the home, but nowadays devices are becoming more interactive and smarter than ever. If you’re looking to smarten up your home, here are the top 5 smart gadgets you need: Google Home Google Home is a small, solid gadget that can fit right … Read more

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