Ray White office’s donate over 50,000 gifts with A little Ray of giving

A little Ray of Giving is one of Ray Whites most fond events, giving the company and its franchise members a chance to give back to the community throughout New Zealand and Australia. With over 350 offices participating in the event, we are proud to recognise that in its 6th year, it was our most… Read more »

Ray White Wanganui barbeque raises cash for Riding for the Disabled

The team at Ray White Wanganui hosted a BBQ and coffee breakfast outside its premises on Wednesday morning to raise money for Riding for the Disabled. The visible central office attracted plenty of interest from people passing by as well as hungry locals. They bought enough bacon and eggs for several hundred people and it was… Read more »

Volpe Veloce makes stylish comeback at Ellerslie in Ray White NZ 1200m

Ray White New Zealand and Ray White City Realty each sponsored a race at the 14th Edition of the Partridge Jewellers | Life Education Charity Day, Christmas lunch for Harold 2017 at Ellerslie Racecourse this year. Annually for the past 13 years these races have been held to raise money for the Life Education Charity, who are working… Read more »

The Newman name has been synonymous with real estate in Arrowtown for more than 48 years

Richard Newman, principal of Ray White Arrowtown, says family values run deep through his real estate office. Located in one of the oldest buildings in New Zealand. The building his real estate office sits in was built in 1862 in the historic gold mining town in Otago in the South Island. It was originally a… Read more »

Elite agent Roz Wallace ‘loves what she does. It is clear she loves helping people and she is good at it.’

Roz Wallace from Ray White Levin celebrated her 10th annual SOLD client customer lunch at Roz and partner Allan’s home in Levin recently. The weather held up and everyone enjoyed a potluck lunch, some entertainment and a drink or two in the sun. Approximately 80 people attended and all clients were acknowledged, including some clients who… Read more »

Ray White Whangarei Prove Workplace Wellness Works

Whangarei’s favourite workplace run/walk event, the Ray White Hatea Loop Challenge was held on Thursday 7 December. This annual event, run by Sport Northland Events, celebrates the Hatea Loop Walk/Cycleway (Huarahi o te Whai) and Workplace Health and is now in its third year. More than 800 people, representing 89 businesses from across Northland tackled… Read more »

Let The Good Times Troll!

The Ray White Kerikeri office was excited to be a part of the Kerikeri Lions Christmas Parade on November 25th which is always a popular event. Floats of all shapes and sizes made their way along the Kerikeri Road to the delight of spectators young and old. Free events for the children at the Kerikeri… Read more »

Ray White Canterbury get behind South Island Wine and Food Festival

Ray White offices in the Christchurch Zone have collectively undertaken an exciting three-year sponsorship opportunity with the South Island Wine and Food Festival (SIWFF). The SIWFF is a yearly event held on the 1st Saturday in December, attracting over 12,000 wine tasters to Hagley Park. This is the first time Ray White has been involved,… Read more »

Ray White Sales Increase for November 2017

The last three months could be best described as stop-start for the real estate market during the election period and the transition through to the announcement of the new government in October 2017. The pre-election and post-election period saw the momentum slow down in regards to sales numbers as there was uncertainty around the formation… Read more »

Rowing Reigning World Champions Take Out The 2017 Ray White Whanganui Sports Awards

The 2017 Ray White Whanganui Sports Awards was recently held at the War Memorial Hall, celebrating the last 12 months of outstanding achievements in the regions sporting community. This is the 54th year the Awards have been held with Ray White Wanganui being the principal naming rights sponsor for the Whanganui Sports Awards for the… Read more »

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  • Ray White Tutukaka embrace the elements at Winter Festival

    Ray White took to their rafts in the annual Ray White Tutukaka Raft Race in August. Part of the Tutukaka Coast Winter Festival, this annual event sees teams, of four people, competing in hand-made rafts, racing to glory along the Ngunguru River for cash prizes. Rafts can only be self-propelled (no motors) and constructed from any… Read more »

  • Salespeople Exceed Customer Expectation

    Ray White New Zealand has been acknowledged with seven out of the 10 individual international awards for customer experience across the Ray White Group. The awards are based on feedback directly from clients and customers as to the engagement and satisfaction level that each salesperson delivers during the transaction. Carey Smith, chief executive officer of… Read more »

  • Customer Experience Recognition

    Ray White New Zealand is proud to acknowledge the offices who have been recognised as the top customer experience businesses across the international group. Of the 10 recognised offices, eight of those were in New Zealand which was a measure of the engagement and determination Ray White New Zealand businesses to achieve the highest levels… Read more »

  • Ray White’s International Winners 2016-17

    Ray White Remuera has again been named as the top international office in the Ray White Group. The Auckland business has won this coveted award in the Ray White group for the third year in a row. “We are thrilled, proud and very grateful to our community for their ongoing trust in our team,” said… Read more »

  • Ray White Leaders Group tackling plastic

    The Ray White Leaders Group in Wellington are committed to reducing plastic waste in our community by introducing their own Ray White branded reusable shopping bags. Greenpeace says New Zealanders use around 1.6 billion bags every year and the plastic waste problem is quickly spiraling out of control. Carl Perkins, General Manager of the Ray White Leaders… Read more »

  • Ray White on your bike in Auckland

    There has never been a better time to get on your bike, literally. On Saturday August 26, the Tearfund Poverty Cycle in Auckland will see teams of riders raising awareness and funds to fight human trafficking. Ray White Takanini agents are competing and for the first year the organisers are running a kids bike race… Read more »

  • Ray White Group Best in Business For Customer Satisfaction

    The Ray White Group announced their International Customer Satisfaction awards this week, with top accolades going primarily to New Zealand offices. In a breakdown of the 10 offices and 11 agents to receive a customer satisfaction award, 14 were from New Zealand. The competition for the agent top 10 was intense, culminating with a 11th… Read more »

  • Ray White chosen as agent on The Block NZ

    Ray White New Zealand has been selected as the exclusive agent to partner with Warner Bros International and MediaWorks on the sixth season of the hit reality TV show The Block NZ in 2017. A Warner Bros spokesperson confirmed Ray White had been chosen as the preferred exclusive agent for the 2017 season. “We are… Read more »

  • 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 »

  • Ray White Taupo’s salesperson raises over $1,000 shaving her head for Cancer Society

    Marzi van der Mark, Licensee Salesperson at Ray White Taupo committed to a brave selfless event for a close friend. On Marzi’s fundraising page on she describes that this all began in unbelief. The lack of faith that one of her dearest friends would never be granted residency in New Zealand. Having moved from South Africa herself, she… Read more »