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Ray White Rural Goondiwindi

Ray White Rural Goondiwindi has been proudly and locally owned by Mal & Genevieve Gollan for many years. With their experience and dedication comes quality knowledge in the vast Real Estate spectrum, including valuing, selling, and leasing commercial and residential properties in the Goondiwindi area. When looking to buy, sell or rent; it is obvious that you need to have the best suited Agent to you. Ray White Rural Goondiwindi has this to offer, with various Sales Agents specializing in Rural, Commercial, and Residential areas, and a Property Manage … read on

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‘A Little Ray of Giving’ is coming to town this Christmas

Christmas is a time to celebrate, appreciate, and spend time with loved ones. What if you dreaded the festive season because you couldn't afford to buy presents for your children. It's a problem that so many families face, in every community. This year, Ray White and Rotary … read on
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The first things you should consider when selling your home.

PRICE. When selling your home or investment, the most common reason is money. Whether upsizing or downsizing, moving or investing, money is normally the decision maker. We all have a price that we would like to achieve, but we need to ask ourselves is it reasonable or will it … read on
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Parks and Recreational Centers in Goondiwindi

Goondiwindi is a proud community who love to boast a wonderful display of greenery throughout the town. Not only is the town center full of flowers and palm trees, we also have 12 parks in Goondiwindi. This includes  Apex  park, between the McIntyre River and the walking track, … read on
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Announcement from Goondiwindi Regional Council

The Goondiwindi Regional Council has recently released information concerning the redevelopment of the town centers building. For more information, follow this link to the article issued by the Goondiwindi Regional Council,  http://www.goondiwindirc.qld.gov.au/ and scroll down … read on
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