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Ray White Joins homes.co.nz

The Ray White Group in New Zealand continue to build out their strategy across lead generation, which will continue to assist clients of the Ray White Group in attracting an increased buyer pool for property that is marketed through its agents. Ray White New Zealand currently has a portfolio of over 6,000 properties across its… Read more »

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Ray White business owners join together in Queenstown

The Ray White New Zealand Group Business Owners came together at the Hilton Hotel in Queenstown to continue to develop the Ray White Strategy, which has been designed for implementation over a five year period. The Symposium was set on the key questions of how the Group is now aligning to the Strategy, how we… Read more »

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Ray White partners with number one Chinese property portal Juwai

The Ray White Group announced earlier this month that it has signed a strategic partnership agreement to market all of its residential, commercial and rural real estate listings in New Zealand, Australia and Indonesia in the Chinese language exclusively on Juwai.com, the No. 1 Chinese international property portal. This is a significant strengthening of the… Read more »

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The Ray White duck is making a splash in new social media campaign

Our new Ray White Lighthouse office have launched a quirky little campaign that is quickly taking flight out on East Auckland’s Pohutukawa Coast.   Their weekly duck hunt, a social media campaign, launched by the team on 1 August has seen traffic to the Ray White Lighthouse Facebook Page grow substantially in the first few weeks… Read more »

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Forrest Hill also adopt digital displays

Steve Brennan and Winnie Leung recently opened their new Ray White Forrest Hill franchise office in Auckland’s North Shore.  Sitting high on the ridge with a major arterial road at their door, it made sense to take advantage of the high profile location so they decided to install a 42 inch commercial display screen from Digi Screens. We all… Read more »

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Ray White presents annual technology roadshow

Over 300 Ray White New Zealand Members have attended the 2014 Ray White New Zealand Technology Roadshow series – run by Keith Ashkettle, Head of Technology at Ray White New Zealand, and Adam Campbell, Technical Director of MyDesktop, over the last two weeks. The companies adoption of Google, and Google platforms, including Google Communities and… Read more »

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Ray White real estate already on the road to new digital frontier

Once seen as a novelty, digital signage has proven to be an effective way to capture and convert the attention of potential buyers, and one which Ray White New Zealand have adopted with great success nationally. Creating the overall experience for customers is now recognised as one of the most important means to encouraging customer… Read more »

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10 years creates first mover advantage

This week Ray White New Zealand are proud to recognise 10 years service by Keith Ashkettle, head of Ray White New Zealand technology. Keith started 10 years ago this week and has played a leading role in the success of the Ray White Group’s technology position today. Over the 10 year period consistent and ongoing… Read more »

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500 stories and five years later

May 2014 marked a milestone for Ray White Online with the Raywhiteonline.co.nz blog celebrating it’s fifth anniversary. The Ray White blog, Raywhiteonline.co.nz, was primarily developed as a communication to our broader Ray White members, those who were interested in the progress of the Ray White Group as well as customers and clients. The site first… Read more »

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Taking a walk down memory lane

While real estate prices have rocketed over the past 18 years, marketing methods have changed just as dramatically. As Ray White launch into video marketing packages for all property listings the company came to reviewing how they marketed homes in the 1990s and comparing this to how homes are marketed today.  A 1996 Ray White… Read more »