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Ray White Celebrates 25 Years

The Ray White Group held a combined annual recognition evening along with celebrating 25 years of operation in the New Zealand real estate industry. Close to 1,000 members joined together at Auckland’s Spark Arena to look back on the 25 years and to celebrate the success the Group has achieved. The evening started with the… Read more »

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Ray White Results for August Show a Positive Lift

The Ray White New Zealand results for August 2016 saw a lift of 12% in comparison to sales 12 months ago. Sales also increased by 5% on last month’s results. This continues the trend of lifting results for the Ray White Group in New Zealand. The overall sales numbers resulted in 1,323 residential property sales… Read more »

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Ray White Ferrymead Principal, Craig Prier straps on his dancing shoes

Ray White Ferrymead Principal, Craig Prier and dancing partner Kath Cross from The Cornershop Bistro, represented Sumner Residents’ Association in this year’s inaugural Strictly Sumner. This local dance event was inspired by Strictly Ballroom and Dancing with the Stars, with the aim of helping to raise tens of thousands of dollars in support of local… Read more »

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Canterbury celebrate Quarterly Awards

Canterbury celebrated their Quarterly Awards in December at the George Hotel where Ray White New Zealand CEO, Carey Smith was there to present and congratulate offices and individuals on their achievements. Ray White Metro was the top office in the Sales Turnover and Business Growth categories. For their focus on Customer Satisfaction, awards were presented… Read more »

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From rubble to rebuild – Prier Manson open in Ferrymead

One of the longest established agency businesses for the Ray White Group in Canterbury, Prier Manson, has relocated their Opawa business to a purpose built 250 square metre office in Ferrymead. Over the past couple of years Prier Manson has been operating from Opawa after losing their retail offices in Redcliffs and Sumner in the… Read more »