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  • Cardrona to become New Zealand’s largest ski field!

    A partnership was announced this morning between Real Journeys Group, the owners of Cardrona Alpine Resort, and Queenstown businessman John Darby who owns Soho Basin. Soho Basin faces Queenstown and covers all the southern and south-west faces of Mt Cardrona, and includes the two Willow Basins that directly adjoin Cardrona … Read more

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  • Ray White selected to be agent for The Block Season 7

    Ray White New Zealand has once again been selected as the exclusive agent to partner with Three’s The Block NZ Season 7. Ray White New Zealand regional manager Farah Jacobs said the group was so excited to be part of The Block NZ for Season 7 at Hobsonville Point. “This area has been built and … Read more

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  • Taking the rainbow pride pledge

    The new directors of Queenstown’s Gay Ski Week – renamed Winter Pride – plan on making the resort gay-friendly every week of the year. In a New Zealand first, locals Martin King and Mike Hughes have launched the Queenstown Pride Pledge. It’s designed to enable individuals and businesses to publicly … Read more

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  • Ray White Projects lands major deal to launch sale of Spirit apartments

    Ray White Projects has been appointed to exclusively market the Spirit super tower in Surfers Paradise in a coup deal hailed as the biggest in Ray White Group history. Developer Forise Holdings has engaged the business to sell the 479 apartments in the 89-storey building, which will include 3500sqm of … Read more

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  • Ray White New Zealand Achieves Record Sales for May 2018

    The Ray White New Zealand Group has achieved a record sales result for May 2018, with a company personal best that exceeded over $1 billion in property transactions. Ray White is celebrating their 25th year of being involved in the real estate industry in New Zealand and the recent celebration and recognition … Read more

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  • Foreigners are snapping up New Zealand homes while they can

    Foreign investors are racing to buy New Zealand homes before rules that limit overseas sales are enshrined in law. In the South Island resort town of Queenstown, about 10 per cent of home transfers in the first quarter were to people without New Zealand citizenship or a resident visa, Statistics … Read more

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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 … Read more

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  • The White Paper – April 2018

    There’s been a lot of talk about the market easing and our headline sales are down two per cent year on year across Australia and New Zealand – but we still sold more than $3.67 billion worth of property in April 2018. Overall listings numbers are up but the buyer … Read more

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  • Holiday Homes within QLDC

    Currently you can register your property as a ‘Holiday Home’ with Queenstown Lakes District Council (minimum stay of 3 nights; for up to 90 nights per year). But did you know, QLDC are proposing new rules for those wishing to rent their entire property for visitor accommodation. The proposed rules … Read more

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