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Ray White Carnegie

Director Matthew Hurlston opened Ray White Carnegie in its prominent Koornang Road location in March 2004.  In addition to previously being awarded the Number One Salesperson in Victoria/Tasmania, Matt oversees an office that enjoys its position amidst the Top 10 offices for the best sales results in the state. With well over a decade’s experience as a leading sales consultant, auctioneer and business owner, Matt is committed to providing clients with a superior real estate service based on the best possible result in the shortest possible time – … read on

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Melbourne Property Now Officially the Leader

The release of January data showed Melbourne property prices grew by 2.5% over the month, compared to a rise of just .05% in Sydney. It’s not the first time over the past year that Melbourne monthly growth has outstripped Sydney’s, but it is the first time in the current growth … read on

Should you plant a raingarden at your Carnegie property?

If you're hoping to make your Carnegie property more energy efficient in 2016, then an upcoming seminar could be just what you need. A free presentation on raingardens is scheduled for 16 February, where Karen Sutherland from Edible Eden Design will be explaining the … read on

Melbourne outshines national rent rises

Landlords in Melbourne are likely to be among some of the country's most successful, as the latest data shows decent rent rises across the city. While many other parts of the nation struggled to increase rents, the same could not be said for the Victorian capital. Results … read on

Do you know your home loan interest rate?

When you first applied for your home loan, chances are securing a good rate was at the forefront of your mind. However, several years after moving into your real estate in Bentleigh East, would you still say you know what that rate is? If the answer's no then you're not … read on

Melbourne Property Market Set up for Strong Year

As is traditional at the turn of the year, the media released several reports in late December reviewing 2015 and speculating over the broader property market’s likely performance in 2016. According to an Australian Financial Review market performance review of 2015, … read on

Spring selling season smashes auction records

Auction activity was at its best over the spring months, as the latest figures point to a number of records being smashed in 2015. The Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV) revealed that the three-month period was a hotbed of activity for real estate in Carnegie going … read on

Park party to light up your January

One of the things that makes living in Carnegie and Bentleigh real estate so great is the local events. From art shows to car shows and everything in between, there's always something for everyone going on in our corner of the country. This summer really turns the volume … read on

Bentleigh real estate in review: How did 2015 go?

In his wrap of the 2015 year in property, Real Estate Institute of Victoria CEO Enzo Raimondo said it was one of the best years on record. Growth is good, and investors will be very pleased with overall conditions. But what about specifically in our corner of the … read on

How to keep your pets safe over Christmas

According to the Australian Companion Animal Council, more than 63 per cent of households across the nation have some type of pet. This means a lot of Carnegie properties are probably prone to howling and meowing! Breaking this group down a little further, you can see … read on

Carolling in Bentleigh

Families living in real estate in Bentleigh will soon be treated to the sound of music. While we're sure residents have had no shortage of Christmas jingles and songs in local malls, there's something special about belting out to carols in the open air. On 12 December, … read on

Building approvals return to form

If you're hunting around for Bentleigh real estate or in other Melbourne suburbs, you might soon find new construction popping up. Building approvals across the nation have sprung back up after a short period of decline. According to recent figures from the Australian … read on
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Another cash rate stall for December

December has arrived, bringing with it the promise of Santa-themed decorations, Christmas jingles and an onslaught of sales. For keen-eyed buyers of real estate in Bentleigh, it's also hauled out a new cash rate decision. Though, 'new' might not necessarily be the best … read on
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