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  • Madame Butterfly selling her riverfront home

    Australian swimming royalty Susie O’Neill is selling her family’s riverfront Brisbane home of almost 19 years. The elite swimmer and eight-time Olympic medallist who is now on Brisbane’s Nova 106.9 breakfast radio show with Ash, Kip and Luttsy has listed her …

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  • What kind of soil does my plant need?

    Picking the right soil for your plant can be overwhelming but knowing what kind of potting medium your plant needs will help take the guesswork out of choosing. Firstly, potting soil is a nutrient dense soil – the pro is …

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  • How to create the right climate for your plants

    Mimicking your plants natural climate and temperature is key to making sure it thrives. The majority of popular indoor plants will thrive in temperatures between 20 to 26 degrees. Any higher than that and they may wilt any lower and …

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  • Watering woes

    Sadly, plants can drown and many green thumbs agree that more plants are lost to overwatering than underwatering. The number one thing you need to remember to be a successful plant parent is do not let your plant get soggy …

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  • How to give your plants the right light

    Giving your plant the right amount of light is essential if you want to see it thrive. Your plant needs just the right amount of light. Too much and it will burn…and die. Too little and it will wilt…and die. …

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  • Lowdown on online auctions

    In the last six months Australians have embraced some massive changes to the way they do things from business to leisure activities and even personal hygiene. Like most industries, real estate has not remained untouched by lockdown laws and this …

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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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  • New business: Ray White Rural and Livestock (New South Wales)

    Ray White Rural and Livestock (New South Wales) has a corporate agribusiness division specialising in the full suite of agribusiness transactions, rural and livestock divestment and farmland acquisition services to clients, including: REACH: Global marketing partnered with highly-localised inspections and buyer support. COMMUNICATION: Strategic consultation with prospective buyers. NEGOTIATION: handling … Read more

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  • How to discern which method of sale is best for your property

    In Australia, there are four popular methods of sale for farmland: public auction, private treaty, expressions of interest and tender. The benefits of each, and considerations, are outlined briefly below. 1. Public Auction The auction method is recommended for properties: Which are in a high demand market Which are likely … Read more

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  • First sale for new business achieves $17million

    Ray White Rural NSW made its first property sale with Guyra’s “Tenterden Station” purchased for $17million at an auction held in Sydney. Directors Andrew Starr and Bruce Birch (pictured) sold the property to Miramar Trust and Riversleigh Trust in the Ray White Sydney Auction Rooms, Friday 12 October 2018. The 1500.72ha … Read more

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