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A Woman of Influence in so many ways

Heather Walton of Ray White Epsom has not only built up her own real estate business and achieved Chairman Elite status,  she’s now a finalist in New Zealand’s prestigious 2018 Women of Influence Awards (Board & Management Category). Ms Walton had worked as a legal executive in a boutique property law firm for over 10… Read more »

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Leading Members Acknowledged by Ray White New Zealand

Ray White undertakes services in the areas of residential sales, commercial sales, rural sales, and property management. Last week Ray White New Zealand came together to celebrate their annual recognition and in doing so, acknowledged the outstanding results achieved by the leading salespeople and property managers across New Zealand. In the area of property management,… Read more »

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Over 3,500 landlords and investors attend the annual Ray White Landlord Event in over 70 locations nationwide

Last week saw Ray White New Zealand host the second annual Landlord Event in over 70 locations across New Zealand from Kaitaia right down to Invercargill. The events are a significant component of the national property management calendar and are designed to help educate the public in all areas of the tenancy space. This year… Read more »

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Ray White Educate New Zealand Landlords

Thursday, 3rd November, saw nearly 100 Ray White franchisees across New Zealand join forces for our inaugural ‘Ray White Night – Landlord Event’ which was a huge success, seeing more than 3000 investors joining us on the night. The idea for the event came from our network noticing that many investors across the country were… Read more »

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Collective Strength of Ray White Property Management in Canterbury

Recently Zac Snelling, Ray White New Zealand Property Management National Business Development Executive, held a Property Management training session in Christchurch with 30 property managers from all over the Canterbury region and one attending from as far south as Te Anau. The Property Management training session was a full day and went through a number… Read more »

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Up to date with all the recent landlord changes?

With recent legislation changes coming into place from 1 July, it is now more important than ever for landlords to fully understand their obligations and how these changes will affect their properties and the way they manage their tenants. Last year saw the announcement of suggested amendments to the Residential Tenancies Act 1986 that will… Read more »

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Ray White Group Results February 2016

The Ray White Group results for February 2016 saw a slight increase in comparison to the sales value 12 months ago. Sales numbers were slightly down and this shows that increasing prices are still being maintained. While sales numbers ease off slightly in Auckland and Canterbury, we would consider this one of the most diverse… Read more »

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Sense of community is strong

When Steve and Leanne Morgan from Ray White Lincoln were asked to auction a show home built by Christchurch builders Generation Homes, it was agreed that the auction would serve also as a community event for locals. Steve added, “we wanted to do something for the community and make it a real family occasion”. Within… Read more »

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Ray White Takapuna Opens on the North Shore of Auckland

The Ray White Group is proud to welcome their 144th office, Ray White Takapuna, located on Hurstmere Road, Takapuna. Craig Catley, Licensee Agent, has opened a new 400sqm flagship office directly opposite the beach in Takapuna. Together with beaches and boating areas, Takapuna has become one of the most popular suburbs on the North Shore… Read more »

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‘The Locals’ host Landlord Information Evening

Ray White Kingsland recently held a Landlords Information Evening for their clients. The team invited a range of guest speakers and had anticipated holding the event in their offices, however as numbers grew, they soon discovered they would have to host the event in larger premises. Close to 50 people attended the event – which… Read more »