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  • One year on, beachside business is booming

    Almost one year on from the official opening of Ray White Matakana and Omaha and business is booming from principal Heather Walton. With more than 25 years of experience in the property industry, Ms. Walton originally opened her successful Ray....

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  • Architecturally designed character home hits the market

    A fully-restored character home designed by renowned New Zealand architect James Chapman-Taylor has hit the market. The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home at 7 Liffey Street, Island Bay, is famously known as ‘The Church House’ and was the first home Chapman-Taylor designed and....

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  • First real estate branch to be blessed by local iwi

    The beautiful sounds of waiata and karakia could be heard from the new Ray White Manurewa office on May 26, as members of the Tainui Iwi officially opened and blessed the branch, becoming the first-ever real estate agency to be....

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  • Family values at the heart of Ray White

    The White family lives and breathes family values and they were on show this week at their annual franchisor conference called Crows Nest on the Gold Coast. Every single one of the 130 Ray White attendees at Crows Nest Conference....

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  • Vacant land in airport precinct to attract business owners

    Located in the immediate Christchurch airport precinct, 7.62 ha of commercial land has hit the market. Located at 361 Russley Road, Harewood, the property has four road frontages with exposure to SH1. The property is being offered to the market for sale....

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  • December Market Statistics – A strong end to 2021

    Real Estate Market Snapshot Our team provide up to date property market statistics in your area every month to our subscribers. If you want more information, sign up to the full market report for a deeper dive in to the house sale information in 2021.

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