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Ray White Papatoetoe Raise over $4,600 for Local Foodbank

Ray White Papatoetoe recently held a charity auction raising funds for the local Foodbank. The South Auckland Christian Foodbank set up by Ian Foster runs with the help of 40 part timers and volunteers and feeds over 450 people a week. As well as providing food parcels the Foodbank also provides people access to a budgeting… Read more »

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Ray White Epsom Expand Footprint

In August 2014, Ray White Epsom opened, with new business owner Heather Walton. During the first 12 months, the business has been one of the Group’s leading new start growth offices. The sales team at Ray White Epsom has continued to grow, and with Heather Walton leading the sales team as an Elite member, the… Read more »

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Auckland property has $1 reserve

An Auckland real estate agent is taking a leap of faith in the hot property market – by auctioning his own property for a $1 reserve. Ray White agent Jared Hards and wife Ashlea have put their 1950s railway cottage in the Auckland suburb of Otahuhu on the market with the minimum reserve price. Hards… Read more »

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North Shore Auction Night call sees hammers fall

Ray White North Shore’s Collective Auction Event held last week was a resounding success. Over 20 properties for the Ray White North Shore Offices were auctioned in a special Collective Auction Night at Takapuna Boating Club on Thursday 30 October. The event was marketed across the North Shore by our Ray White offices – who… Read more »

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Competitive bidding on all offerings at Ray White City Apartments auction

There was competitive bidding on all five Auckland CBD apartments offered at Ray White City Apartments auction last week, with three selling under the hammer and two being passed in for sale by negotiation. Apartments suitable for owner occupiers continue to sell particularly well as more people consider inner city living as an alternative to the… Read more »

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Auctions attracting attention in Wanganui

The rain was horizontal and the temperature was five degrees, however Ray White Wanganui still managed to draw a crowd of over 100 people to their recent Auction Night Extravaganza featuring Ray White New Zealand‘s CEO Carey Smith as special guest and head auctioneer. “We are coming out of what can can be a quiet… Read more »

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Kawarau River Station sold for $8.05m at mortgagee auction

Kawarau River Station, one of the Wakatipu Basin’s most significant freehold land blocks sold on July 4 for $8,050,000 at a high profile auction at Ray White Queenstown’s Church Street offices. The station was bought by Queenstown Farm Ltd, a company associated with the Porter brothers, well-known developers of Queenstown’s Remarkables Park and Shotover Park… Read more »

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Auction sends students outward bound in Christie Marceau’s memory

Ray White auctioneer Tim Obern recently called an auction at the Christie Marceau Trust Charity Dinner – helping the trust raise $25,000 to help teenage scholarship recipients experience an Outward Bound expedition. The youngest daughter of Brian and Tracey Marceau, Christie Marceau was a vibrant and bubbly 18 year old woman who had only just completed… Read more »

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Raising hammer falls and auctioneers

Ray White North Shore members met last week for an introduction course titled Who wants to be an auctioneer? North Shore Zone Chairman Richard Mason delivered a well-researched and interesting training session on the history of auctions through to what is required to become an auctioneer in today’s real estate market. – The group engaged in lively… Read more »

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50 Acres of Prime Land Sets New Record at Auction

With an opening bid of $1 Million dollars in the Ray White Tokoroa Auction Rooms on Thursday 13 February, there were more than a few surprised faces, and disappointed buyers, in the room. The 20.2494 hectare block on Old Taupo Road was certainly a rare find in today’s market. – Just five minutes from the… Read more »