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Ray White Runaway Bay

The Ray White Runaway Bay Group is led by Elite Performing Principal Ali Mian. This dedicated team consists of 39 experienced professionals working to achieve extraordinary results for our clients. In 2015, the Runaway Bay Group sold just over 320 million dollars’ worth of real estate, many of these properties were sold with specialised targeted marketing campaigns in addition to the use of our extensive national and international database. As a result of our recent sales successes we quickly need to list a lot more properties for sale to help se … read on

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Turning a negative location into a positive

A building site next door, a busy road nearby or a train station in earshot – potential turn-offs for buyers don’t have to spell disaster for a property sale. Samantha Payne says vendors, with the help of their agent, can overcome a property’s negative aspects using a … read on
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Ray White Awards 2016

The Ray White Runaway Bay Group went up to Brisbane on Thursday the 15th September 2016  to celebrate the success of not only our office but many of the Ray White Offices. Ray White Runaway Bay did exceptionally well, achieving 5th place overall in Ray White Queensland, with … read on

Spring Edition 2016

Welcome to the spring edition 2016 of the Northshore Living Magazine. As expected our group has started the spring season very well with 26 million dollars in sales for the past 4 weeks. For sellers and buyers alike the September period is the perfect time to consider your … read on
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8 tips for a winning rental application

Depending on where you live and what your budget is, the rental market in Australia can be pretty brutal. If you show up to a rental inspection with fifty other people, you can’t afford to be cavalier about your application. If an agent is trying to choose between you and … read on
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8 steps to getting started in property investment

Admit it, you’ve been thinking about investing in property. You’ve read the books, magazines and reports. You’ve been religiously checking realestate.com.au for properties. Yet when push comes to shove, you get stopped. You’re not alone. In fact less than 6% of … read on
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6 things to look out for when choosing a builder

Few things are more inspiring than watching your dream home take shape from the ground up. These tips will help you avoid hidden costs and keep things on track. Queensland housing developer Ausbuild has put together a great list of common traps and hidden costs for new home … read on
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Sizeable in Sovereign Islands

The Broadwater Lodge' is set on a 1,470 square metre block and has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. A separate entry and an exit gate to the port cochere offers plenty of car parking along with two double lock up garages on either side of the house. Soaring ceilings to … read on
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How to: Find the perfect property to renovate for profit

Finding (and securing) the perfect property is probably one of the hardest things we do at Three Birds Renovations. There’s no shortage of ugly houses out there just begging for a makeover, but getting your name on the title can be the biggest challenge. Here are the key … read on
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Making an offer on a property – where to start

You really want a property and are keen to put in an offer but where do you start? No one wants to pay more for a house than the market value, so how do you get the best deal? What is the magic figure to start the negotiation process? Making an offer on a property is similar … read on
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5 features that rarely add value when you sell

There’s a rule of thumb when renovating that you should aim to add three dollars back from every dollar you spend. This three-for-one rule quickly shows if your return on investment (your precious money and time) was worth the effort. So if you want to inject more dollar … read on
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Terms to know before the auction hammer falls

Auctions unearth a range of emotions – anxiety, excitement, joy if you’re the successful bidder, or disappointment if you’re among those missing out. Understanding the auction process and the lingo that is used can help to keep your emotions in check on the day. How does an … read on
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5 ways to make your home more efficient

One of the big benefits of building a new home is that they are more energy efficient, which means you can enjoy big ongoing savings on your running costs. While all new homes must meet a minimum level of energy efficiency under the Building Code of Australia, some builders … read on
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7 questions to ask before signing a lease

Renting a house is a great a way to live affordably and it’s even better if you split the costs with a few housemates. However it’s important to ask the right questions before signing a lease. Renting houses takes practice and can often mean learning from costly … read on
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Is now the time to lock in your mortgage rate?

Interest rates are at historically low levels right now and the outlook is for either stability or further cuts. Fixed home loan rates are now reflecting this, with three-year rates now sitting up to 100 basis points lower than variable rates. Is now the time to fix your home … read on
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Essentials of good storage

Whether you’re renting, buying or renovating, having adequate storage options are top of most people’s wish list in a home.   We asked an interior design consultant about the essentials of good storage and whether custom storage is better than off-the-shelf. Form and … read on
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Why now is a great time to be a renter

While Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull insists there’s never been a more exciting time to be an Australian, new figures show now is actually a great time to be a renter. The increased rate of supply means rental prices have dropped by -0.6% over the twelve months to July … read on
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8 steps to getting started in property investment

You’ve read the books, magazines and reports. You’ve been religiously checking realestate.com.au for properties. Yet when push comes to shove, you get stopped. You’re not alone. In fact less than 6% of Australians, or roughly 1.3 million people, own an investment … read on
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7 must-ask questions when buying a property

If you’re serious about buying a property, knowledge is power – that mean’s asking loads of questions before signing dotted lines. We ask industry experts to reveal the must-ask questions every home buyer and investor needs to ask. Questions to ask your agent Can you show … read on
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5 must dos for any renovation

Before you start swinging a hammer at your walls there are some things to consider, whether you’re renovating to sell or renovating your dream house. It’s important to remember renovation is a long term investment; your decisions will have important consequences down the … read on
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Selling tips: 7 things to do if your property doesn’t sell

Your house has been dwindling on the market for months, even years, yet nobody wants to bite. What’s going wrong – and more importantly – how can you turn it around? If your property has been on the market for a long time and you’re just not able to move it, here’s … read on
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How buying with friends can get you on the property ladder

Priced out of the real estate market but desperate to buy? More and more people are turning to friends to help them buy a home or an investment property. When Julie O’Donohue and her husband wanted to secure a property in a good neighbourhood of Melbourne, they discussed … read on
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How to: Find the right market for your property

If you’re selling your house, chances are you’ve thought about decluttering but have you considered the different ways potential buyers might use the same space? For many a quick sale is a good sale, but how do you know what market or markets your property appeals to and how … read on

Second Winter Edition 2016

Welcome to the Second Winter Edition 2016 of the Northshore Living Magazine. With the End of Financial Year and the Elections buyer and seller activity in the marketplace should expect to increase over the coming weeks. Great news! Our group has successfully sold in the … read on
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Units vs houses: Which is a better investment?

Are you trying to decide between making an investment in a unit or a house? Well take a step back, because there are a few key factors that you should consider first. In some markets, a house may be a better option, in others a unit may reap better gains. So to make the most … read on
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How to: Declutter before moving house

A common mistake people make when moving house is failing to declutter before they relocate. Moving home is time consuming and it often seems easier to cart a box of useless items to your new house than it would be to sit down and take the time to sort it out. The problem … read on
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How to: Make the most of an outdoor room in winter

Australians love the great outdoors, but more than a few backyard barbecues left out in the cold can go rusty over winter.  Yet a barbecue in a well-equipped outdoor room can be used all year round. An outdoor room is an extension of the home that bridges the gap between … read on
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SOLD!

The Ray White Runaway Bay Group has already sold over $140 million of real estate on the Northern Gold Coast since January. Click HERE to see full … read on
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What’s the best property type for your first home?

With so many exciting options in the real estate market today, what type of property is ideal for a first-time buyer? You’ve got your deposit saved. Your bank finance is pre-approved. You’re ready to go. It’s time to start shopping for your first home. But the days of … read on
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How to: Build the perfect property portfolio

Like many things in life, the idea of a perfect portfolio is highly personal. It depends largely on your goals, your personal and financial situation, and how much risk you can handle. This means that what works well for others may not be the right strategy for you. For … read on
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Why it’s OK to rent

The current climate of housing prices in Australia is causing controversy and concern throughout the nation. With prices in Sydney and Melbourne getting further out of reach for first time buyers, it’s not surprising those buyers are feeling the pressure.   Stephen … read on
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Investing interstate: What you need to know

With the median house prices rising, some are tempted to search further afield to invest in property.  Investing interstate can help diversify your portfolio with property at a lower price point, but it also involves spending serious money in an unfamiliar market. Scott … read on
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How to: Make a sloping block work for you

Some of the most prestigious blocks in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane are elevated, offering sweeping views of the cities below. So why are buyers a little wary of purchasing homes on sloping blocks? John Kearney from Sloping Block Solutions says there can be advantages to … read on
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Ready, set, mortgage: Get your finances in order

Buying a home could be the largest transaction of your life. Applying for a home loan can feel overwhelming – particularly if you’re new to the property market. Understanding how lenders assess your credit history, how much you can afford to spend on loan repayments, … read on
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How to: Subdivide & stay in your house

For aspiring property tycoons and retiring Australians, subdivision is an ideal way to take advantage of rising land prices, but it can also prove a minefield for those who don’t know the rules. Backyard developers need to do solid research covering all the costs, and tricks … read on
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Home reno: How far can $5,000 go?

Renovating your home can be extremely expensive and often unaffordable for the average Australian homeowner. Whether you have an overall budget of $5,000 or a budget of $5,000 every few years, here are a few home improvements you can make. Bedroom We spend about a third of … read on
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8 signs a suburb is about to surge in value

Understanding the factors that trigger price growth helps ensure you pick a winning investment at the right time. When it comes to investing in property, capital growth is king. While income helps you hold on to your investments over the long term, it’s capital growth … read on
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How to: Prepare your house for an open inspection

The finishing touches for an open house inspection can make all the difference to how potential buyers view the property, so make sure you tie up all the loose ends.  Tips to get your open house right Think of the open house as a first date with your prospective buyer; … read on
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Ten things to check before buying a home

Buying a home is one of the biggest decisions you will ever make so how can you be sure everything will go to plan? Here are 10 things to check before you sign the deal. 1. Research the local area “Purchasing a house should never be an impulse buy,” says Bessie Hassan, … read on
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How to: Resolve common rental issues

Renting can offer incredible flexibility, but this doesn’t mean renters always have it easy.Here is our list of some of the common problems renters can face and how to solve them.   1. Maintenance matters Be upfront with the property manager about any issues such as … read on
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How to: Prepare your home for a winter sale

Serious buyers are always looking for the right property, even in the cooler months of the year. Here are some specific considerations to keep in mind if you’re looking to sell your home this winter. Lights Winter days can be overcast, so you need to make sure that you … read on
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House-hunting checklist

Finding houses to buy or rent is easy. Finding the perfect house to buy or rent that suits the specific wants and needs of everyone who’ll live in it is the real challenge. But there are a number of ways to ensure that your house-hunting journey ends with a property that … read on
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Tips for finding the perfect flatmate

An entire genre of crazy flatmate stories have entertained and horrified over the years – from He Died With a Felafel in His Hand to Single White Female. Avoid living your own version IRL, and use these tips to find your ideal flatmate. Advertise (and be … read on
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What confuses first home buyers?

Unlike most first times, when it comes to buying your first home you need to get it right.   Yet almost two out of three first home buyers find the process confusing, according to realestate.com.au’s latest Consumer Intentions Study. Around 15% of those surveyed were … read on
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Six steps to a successful campaign to sell your house

From seasoned investors to first-time sellers, everyone wants a great result when it comes time to sell.Once you’ve decided to put your property on the market, there are some simple ways to strategically get the most from your sales campaign. Here’s what you should consider … read on
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A first timer’s guide to moving out on your own

Whether you’re 18, 21, 30, or 50 – there will probably come a time in your life when you decide to move out of home and go it alone in the big wide world. Regardless of when it happens, or why, you’ll probably feel the same excitement and nerves in equal measure. Here are … read on
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Winter Edition 2016

  I am happy to announce that Ray White Runaway Bay Group have sold in excess of $100 million worth of real estate in Northern Gold Coast since January 2016. Our team is dedicated to achieving the best possible price for our clients most valuable asset. Using proven … read on
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Selling vs renovating: Which is right for you?

Deciding whether to sell or renovate is a dilemma most families with growing pains will wrestle with. For some, it will be a finance-driven decision, for others a question of location. Assess your current house Is it viable for renovation? Would you be making repairs before … read on
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How to Make a Profit from your Renovation

Many Australians have watched reno shows like The Block and caught the DIY bug, but renovating a house for profit can be a risky business. CEO and founder of The Reno Chick, Cathy Morrissey, has seen it all when it comes to the pitfalls of renovating. She shares her best tips … read on
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What does Australia’s ideal house look like?

The ideal home is a concept that varies for different people, but if you had to design the most statistically sought-after home in Australia what would it look like? How many bedrooms and bathrooms would it have, how big would the block be, and how many cars would the average … read on
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The dos & don’ts when considering a backyard reno

Australians love renovating, and they love spending time outdoors. So it would make sense that they’d be good at outdoor renovations, right?  According to Matt Leacy, Director and Landscape Designer at Landart Landscapes, a lot of renovators actually swallow up all their … read on
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Northshore Living Magazine – Autumn Edition 2016

The Gold Coast’s Auction Season was a buzz for our Summer Auction Blitz with 50% of the properties sold including pre-sales, 25% sold after the auction. It was a full house and fantastic to see competitive bidding for many lots. A special congratulations to Rhonda Gunn on the … read on
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Agents are your secret selling weapons

If you’re looking at selling your property, an agent can help you determine your price and sales strategy, market your property to effectively maximise buyer interest, negotiate cleverly on your behalf and handle any ancillary concerns you may have. In fact, the 2013 Real … read on
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Mistakes homeowners make that devalue their property

When it comes time to sell your home, naturally you’re going to want to get the maximum amount possible. However, since selling a home isn’t something most people do very often, it can be easy to make mistakes that will actually see your possible profit head south. Here’s how … read on
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Is apartment living the new Aussie dream?

Single person households are the fastest growing demographic in Australia and with blocks of flats going up all over the country, is the great Aussie dream now a fab apartment? In the last two years, almost one in every two properties built in this country are now … read on
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Thinking of adding a furry friend to your family?

HAVE YOU CONSIDERED ADOPTING SHELTER PETS? SHELTER PETS MAKE GREAT PETS Animal Welfare League Qld has shelter pets of all kinds. At any of our rehoming centres you can find cats, kittens, dogs, puppies, pocket pets, birds and other animals available for adoption that have … read on
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BLEACH* FESTIVAL

4 - 20 MARCH 2016 Over 50 events | 17 days | The Gold Coast's signature arts and cultural festival. Events from Paradise Point to Coolangatta. Bleach* Festival illuminates, reflects, beams, focuses and most importantly connects art, with community...go with them … read on
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Establishing a home buying budget

There are many costs associated with buying a new home. They include both upfront costs (pre-purchase and the purchase itself) and ongoing costs (for as long as you own the home). Upfront costs include: deposit stamp duty legal and conveyancing fees including … read on
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The changing face of our first home

’60s dreaming: Modest The Great Australian Dream of the 1960s – when the grandparents of today’s first home buyers were buying their first homes – was generally a modest two- or three-bedroom house on a large block of land. Houses were mostly weatherboard, with fibro cement … read on
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Which renovations offer the best return when you sell?

Not all renovations will make you a tidy profit when you come to sell your property. Some projects will cost more than they will ever give you back. So what are the most lucrative projects to add value to your home and give you the best return come sales … read on
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7 things buyers should look for when inspecting a property

TV personality and professional buyer’s advocate, Frank Valentic, has three golden rules for buying real estate: “location, location, location”. “You can change the house, but you can’t change its location,” he says. “It’s not something you want to get wrong.” Valentic, … read on
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Negative Gearing – What You Need to Know

As Australia’s property market continues to grow and affordability remains a key concern the subject of negative gearing is never far from the spotlight. Over the weekend Labor Leader Bill Shorten proposed restricting the practice to only include newly-constructed homes. His … read on
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5 Minimalist Makeovers

Here’s five simple ways you can transform your property, whether renter or homeowner, to make your space more liveable and appealing. The space we surround ourselves with has a big impact on how we feel and interact with others. The mass of mainstream TV programs on room … read on
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10 Common Home Presentation Mistakes

Though your house may look and feel good to you, it won’t necessarily to others, regardless of what your friends tell you. Here’s 10 of the most common blunders people make when presenting their home for the market. Sometimes it’s the details that let you down, other times, … read on
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Design world picks yellow as next big thing

Hotly anticipated in the design world, Robert Kaufman’s KONA Colour of the Year is usually a great indication of the sort of shades that will feature in interior trends for the year ahead. This year a bright yellow called Highlight took out the coveted title. A vivid, … read on
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Can the right property manager make a difference?

Investors pay a lot of attention to finding the right location and property, but one area they often neglect is selecting the right agent to manage their investment. Can a property manager really make a difference though? “Absolutely” says Tracey Chandler of Buyers Agent … read on
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Why are more people using mortgage brokers?

We’re seeing more and more Australians working with a mortgage broker when they’re purchasing property - in fact more than 50 per cent of home buyers choose to use a broker. Many industry experts - including our chairman, Sam White - have predicted this will continue to increase … read on
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How Connectivity is Changing the Way We Live

How many devices do you have in your home? Between the kids’ iPads, your work laptops and everyone’s smartphones the list can seem never-ending. And that’s before you even start on connected TVs, gaming consoles and everyday gadgets that we seemingly can’t live … read on
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Most Popular Land Developments in 2015

Those in search of land in 2015 were chasing the water, with eight out of 10 suburbs in a national list of most popular land developments on the beautiful coast of Queensland. We are fortunate to have #2 and #3 in our own back yard on the Northern Gold Coast! The only … read on
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Outdoor living is the new social space!

The back patio, the back step, the verandah – in days gone by it was an area you passed through quickly to get to the back lawn and the Hills hoist. These days, outdoor living is a continuation of the indoor space, with couches and dining tables, pizza ovens, outdoor kitchens … read on
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Northshore Living Magazine – Summer Edition 2015

Welcoming the longer and warmer days, the Gold Coast will soon see a surge of holiday goers, not only for leisure but also to invest in Real Estate on their stay! January is prime Auction Season—if you are considering selling, I highly recommend speaking with our team to take … read on
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A Little Ray of Giving 2015

Did you know over 898,000 children across Australia & New Zealand won't receive a gift this Christmas? To bring some much needed cheer this festive season, Ray White Runaway Bay Group is taking part in Ray White's Little Ray of Giving. Simply drop a present into one of … read on
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$25,000 Raised in Support of Make A Wish Foundation!

Fire dancers, magicians & heavenly harpist songs filled the Sovereign Islands Charity Masquerade Ball on Saturday 31st October, 2015. With over 220 guests dressed in their best attire, the night was a tremendous success raising $25,000 for Make A Wish Foundation! … read on
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Sovereign Islands Masquerade Charity Ball 2015

Help support Make A Wish in style at the Sovereign Islands Masquerade Charity Ball. RSVP today and make wishes come true for children with life-threatening illlnesses. For more information or to RSVP please contact Jill Leiper on 5528 8878 or jill_leiper@raywhite.com Click … read on
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Northshore Living Magazine – Spring Edition 2015

Spring is finally here and we are seeing a definite buzz in the market. The time is right for investors with development well and truly underway in the proven growth corridor of Northern Gold Coast, House and Land packages come complete with turnkey pricing and rental guarantee … read on
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Reasons Your House Isn’t Selling

If the real estate market isn't stagnant, but your house isn't selling, the market is telling you something. Are you making one of these mistakes? A house down the street just sold, but yours is still on the market. Why can’t you attract a buyer? It’s a common question and … read on
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Northshore Living Magazine – Second Winter Edition 2015

Welcome to the Second Winter Edition 2015 of the Northshore Living Magazine, Ray White Runaway Bay Group is proud to announce that since January 2015 we have successfully sold over $220 Million of Real Estate on the Northern Gold Coast and surrounding areas. Previous seasonal … read on
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How to Go From Renting to Owning

It can be a drastic change – both financially and emotionally – when you become a first-home buyer. These tips will help smooth the transition from renting to owning your first property. If there’s one mistake first-homebuyers make, it’s underestimating the work and emotion … read on
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28 Properties Leased This Month!

Is your investment property vacant? Our experienced Property Management team are leasing fast and urgently need more properties to keep up with demand. Our dedicated Business Development team are here to assist with your investment portfolio and ensure it is reaching its full … read on
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TACQ Joy Flights for Disabled Kids and their Carers

Ray White Runaway Bay's Tony Sutton-Yeomans joins with Southport Flying Club​ annual TACQ joy flights for disabled kids and their carers for a beautiful fly over the Gold Coast this morning. TAC-Q (Teenage Adventure Camps Queensland) through its camps, aims to create … read on
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How Public Transport & Property are Linked

Good public transport can improve the livability of an area, and indirectly increase property prices by increasing the demand there is to live there. It’s essential infrastructure in any metropolitan area. There’s no denying that big cities, towns – and all the places in … read on
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What’s hot in the eyes of overseas buyers?

There’s a lot of talk in the property market at the moment about foreign buyers. But what are they really looking for in Australian property and where are they buying? Based on research and statistics from the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) the top 11 overseas … read on
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Northshore Magazine – Winter 2015 Edition

Welcome to the Winter 2015 Edition of the Northshore Living Magazine, It was great news to hear RBA’s interest rate cut by 25 basis points earlier this Month. But what does this mean to you? On average this will see borrowers saving approximately $47 a month on a $300,000 … read on
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You are invited to our End of Financial Year Auctions!

Our End of Financial Year Auctions are quickly approaching! This is the perfect time for investors to add to their portfolio as well as first home buyers to enter the market. When: Monday 29th June, 2015 at 5.30pm Where: Sheraton Mirage, Main Beach CLICK HERE to view all … read on
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Northshore Magazine – Autumn Edition 2015

Welcome to the 2015 Autumn Edition of Northshore Magazine, Goodbye to long summer days – autumn is here! Although we have not had relief from the heat on the Gold Coast, we are continuing to see HOT properties listed and selling within days! We had an excellent start to … read on
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Young adults staying at home for longer…

What is the appropriate age to move out of home? 18? 24? 35? For parents who run a full house of adult children, this is a question they probably ask themselves everyday. And one they’re going to keep on asking, apparently. According to a recent report, more young adults are … read on
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Northshore Magazine – Second Summer Edition 2015

Welcome to the 2015 Second Summer Edition of the Northshore Magazine, Back into the swing of everyday life – students are heading back to school, returning travellers are settling back into their everyday routine and real estate on the Gold Coast is booming with … read on
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Chinese New Year – Welcoming the Year of the Goat

The Date Is Based on the Lunar Calendar Chinese New Year 2015 begins on Thursday 19 February, and end on 5 March. It is day one month one of the Chinese lunar calendar, and its date in January or February varies from year to year (always somewhere in the period January 21 to … read on
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Thinking of Retiring on the Gold Coast?

It's not a far stretch of the imagination to picture why people would want to retire on the Gold Coast. It's a fantastically liveable city with great beaches, a temperate climate and a host of entertainment options. In fact, Gold Coast City Council points out that it expects … read on
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Yes – We are exhibitors at LPS Beijing 2015!

Firmly established as Beijing’s leading luxury property show, the 9th consecutive edition of LPS Beijing will be held on April 24-26, 2015, at the prestigious Legendale Beijing. Once again, the Show will allow Chinese luxury home owners to interact with famous property … read on
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Tips on Keeping your House Dry this Storm Season

If you live somewhere that’s prone to any flooding from storms, you’re probably tired of chasing leaks with buckets, propping towels at the base of doors, or other improvised tricks to keep your home and belongings dry. There’s often heavy rains around this time of year, so we … read on
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Northshore Magazine – Summer Edition 2015

Welcome to the 2015 Summer Edition of Northshore Magazine! Greeting the beautiful summer and festive months with open arms, we are also well and truly experiencing the summer storm season across the Gold Coast. Our clients can rest easy having our property management team … read on
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Another Happy Client – Thank you Cheryl!

We love receiving rave reviews from clients, great work Jessica Coyne; "Jessica has been exceptional with her professionalism at the same time as supporting me every step of the way with the purchase of my property at Taylor Street, Biggera Waters and with the sale of my unit … read on
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Exclusive, Open or Auction?

We are often asked which is the most effective sales method when it comes to selling your home. The REIQ recommends sellers use the exclusive agency method to sell residential property. This method is where the sale of the property is in the hands of only one agent, rather … read on
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Emandar Charity Golf Day – Movember

Ali Mian and the team from Ray White Sovereign Islands had the privilege to sponsor and play a round of golf at the Emander Charity Golf Day on Friday 21st November, 2014. Held at The Glades Golf Club, Helensvale - guests played a round of golf, with the winner being awarded … read on
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The GC Christmas Lights Competition is Underway!

The Gold Coast is set to sparkle when entrants in the 2014 Christmas Lights Competition officially switch on their displays from 1st December.  From Ormeau Hills to Tugun, Southport to Mudgeeraba, there are 48 entrants in this year’s competition, with 12 first time … read on
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The Hidden Costs of Buying your First Home

Buying a house isn’t just about paying what’s on the property’s price tag. There are some extra costs all buyers should be aware of.  So, do you have enough cash to buy that property? The harsh truth is that buying a home isn’t as easy as saving your deposit and waiting to … read on
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Get Festive this Season with FREE Gold Coast Events!

You are invited to celebrate the magic of Christmas with Gold Coast's FREE Events including Carols by Candlelight, Twilight markets and Carnivals. Here are a few of our favourite events leading upto Christmas, for a full list of events - visit the City of Gold Coast's … read on
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Staying fit with Gold Coast’s Active & Healthy Program

The Gold Coast City Council's award winning Active & Healthy Program has been getting thousands of residents up, out and active every week for many years. There are over 170 free or low cost activities running weekly across the city.  The Active & Healthy program is a … read on
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Biggera Waters S.S. Fete

Biggera Waters State School's Fete was held on Sunday 14th September, 2014  and was a huge success! The community response was extremely positive with a massive $40,000 raised! This is almost double was was raised in 2014. All funds raised will be used entirely to … read on
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Sovereign Islands – Gala Event 2014

The Inaugural Annual Gala Event at Sovereign Islands was held on Saturday 25th October, 2014 for Sovereign Islands residents and VIP guests. The red carpet was laid out, the award winning Francesca Spear played on stage from Helensvale State High School and the Sovereign … read on
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