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  • Styling your home with flowers

    Flowers bring life and exuberance to a home, however many people reserve flowers for special occasions – which is a great loss as flowers are very accessible. Alyssa Bennett from Avant Garden, an Auckland-based florist, recently chatted to us about …

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  • How to design your dream table

    Tablescaping is the art of setting the table. It’s about more than just having enough cutlery and plates for everyone, it’s about connection, making memories, and the celebration of life and food. Carloyn Dorrian, founder of Melbourne based brand Mrs …

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  • Strong growth for northern Gold Coast

    Ray White’s Peter Catanzariti has continued to go from strength to strength over the last few years as he continues to grow his suite of businesses across the Northern Gold Coast. In 2018, Mr Catanzariti opened his first office with …

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  • Is the end in sight for interest rate rises?

    Nerida Conisbee Ray White Group Chief Economist With inflation now starting to come back, it is looking like interest rate rises are coming to an end. In October, inflation came in at 6.9 per cent over the previous 12 months. …

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  • Knockdown nation

    Nerida Conisbee, Ray White Chief Economist More houses are being demolished than ever before. In the 12 months to June 2022, there were more houses knocked down in Australia than ever recorded. While still only a fraction of the 10.9 million …

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  • Who’s more likely to be hit by rising energy costs?

    Nerida Conisbee, Ray White Chief Economist With the continued push to renewable energy and the United Nations Climate Change Summit (COP27) now on, this week we take a look at where households source energy for their homes. Overwhelmingly, you are …

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  • Australia’s ghost town suburbs

    Nerida Conisbee, Ray White Chief Economist Holiday homes were hot property during the pandemic, fueled by an inability to travel internationally, high savings rates and very low mortgage rates. This, however, has become a problem now where we are seeing …

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