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  • Ray White supports RMHC to raise more than $400,000

    The Ray White network across New Zealand walked, swam, and rode through the month of March to raise funds for Ronald McDonald House Charities during their House to House campaign. More than 400 Ray White members made up 51 teams....

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  • Ray White expands on the Shore with Ray White Milford

    Ray White Mairangi Bay powerhouse team Shane Coote and Kris Cunningham are expanding Ray White’s footprint on the North Shore with the opening of Ray White Milford. With a combined team of more than 50 professionals spread across the two....

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  • Standing Out in the Crowd

    The latest statistics from the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand show us that listings numbers are up 60% month-on-month. With more properties for sale but the same number of buyers in our marketplace, how do you stand out from the crowd and make your property more attractive than the … Read more

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  • Ray White leaders level up

    Two of the best leaders inside the Ray White Group, Ray White Collective owners Haesley Cush and Matt Lancashire spoke about their journey at the group’s inaugural Leadership Week on the Gold Coast. This pair make business look like a buddy movie. The best friends are top business owners and....

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  • Auction results buck the early predictions of 2024

    The surge in auction volume continues to defy original assumptions on the early 2024 market as market forces show stabilisation and confidence. Ray White New Zealand scheduled a colossal 263 auctions last week, reflecting a substantial 95 per cent increase on the same period....

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  • Ray White’s focus on leadership keeps it at #1

    More than 350 Ray White members gathered on the Gold Coast for the inaugural Leadership Week, as the property giant continues its relentless focus on helping all its business owners grow and develop their teams. Ray White Head of Performance....

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  • Auction market sees surge in activity

    Auction metrics continue to improve on the same time last year, with Ray White New Zealand scheduling 312 properties to go under the hammer last week, up 140 per cent year-on-year. The group recorded an all sold clearance rate of....

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  • Wellington auctions defy the odds

    Ray White in Wellington has defied the odds, achieving a 100 per cent auction clearance rate last week despite the challenging market conditions. At their auction event on Friday, the team sold eight out of eight properties under auction conditions. ....

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  • Auction confidence rises after OCR hold

    With the hold in OCR last week, buyers and sellers continued to gain confidence in the market, with Ray White New Zealand scheduling 290 properties to go under the hammer, up 85.9 per cent year-on-year. The group recorded an all....

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  • Little Ray of Giving Colouring Pages

    Colour in one of the attached Little Ray of Giving pages, bring it into our Rangiora office for a wee treat and you can go in the draw to win a prize! Entries need to be received by 4pm, Friday 15th December. LROG_ColouringBook_A4_2023_01 LROG_ColouringBook_A4_2023_02 LROG_ColouringBook_A4_2023_03

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  • New Year, New Direction?

    At this time of year we often come across homeowners who are looking to make a move in the new year and want to wait until January before they get on the market. If you want a head start on the rest of the homeowners with the same thought pattern … Read more

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  • Auctioning Your Way to Success in the Real Estate Market

    In recent years, the real estate market in North Canterbury has witnessed a remarkable trend: the growing success of auctions as a preferred method for selling houses. Gone are the days when traditional listing methods were the only option. Today, more homeowners and real estate professionals are turning to auctions … Read more

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  • Rānui House

    We are thrilled to announce that Ray White Canterbury is partnering with the Bone Marrow Cancer Trust to sell annual sponsorships for the 26 apartments at Rānui House, located at 1 Cambridge Terrace, Christchurch Central, to individuals/businesses who may be interested in this kind of sponsorship opportunity. The Bone Marrow … Read more

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  • Aren’t Auctions Expensive?

    When it comes to selling your home, you undoubtedly want a strategy that will help you maximise your price and minimise your time on the market. Opting for an auction could be the perfect solution, providing you with the best opportunity to secure a premium price within a reasonable timeframe … Read more

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  • Hunting out the Cash Buyer

    The real estate market is forever changing in some way, shape or form. Regardless of what the market is doing, most homeowners are after a premium price in a reasonable timeframe. We find ourselves in a market where we are seeing more and more offers subject to the sale of … Read more

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  • Auction Update – December 2022

    As we move into December, we are closing in on the last of our auctions for the year. I wanted to take this opportunity to invite all of our past buyers & sellers as well as potential buyers and sellers to attend our Christmas Auction Gala which is to be … Read more

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  • The Subject of Subject to Sale Offers

    As the market returns to a more balanced state we are noticing an increase in “subject to” or “conditional upon” sale offers being made. There are a couple of reasons we are potentially seeing this – the finance industry has tightened and securing bridging/short term finance is a lot harder … Read more

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  • What Happens if my Property Doesn’t Sell on Auction Day?

    This is a question I often get asked by owners when deciding on what method of sale they will choose. In the peak of the market last year, the chances of selling on auction day were higher than not. A year later, the tables have turned – but not just … Read more

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