Ray White Real Estate Surfers Paradise
The Ray White Surfers Paradise Group provides a wide range of property services across the Gold Coast and has achieved the position of the number one international sales office in the entire Ray White network for 21 consecutive years.
Offering premium Gold Coast, national and international real estate - our 250-strong team covers an area stretching from Yatala in the north down to Tweed Heads in the south.
We have offices in four locations in Surfers Paradise, as well as offices in Main Beach, Benowa, Brisbane, Hope Island, Paradise Waters, Sanctuary Cove, Southport, Upper Coomera, Yatala, Sydney, Shanghai and the USA.
Our offices are all positioned conveniently in areas where pedestrian and vehicular traffic is high, ensuring the best possible results for customers seeking property sales and rentals across the Gold Coast and further a field.
We have the most modern and innovative real estate website, which attracts an unparalleled number of views from people around the world hoping to buy and sell real estate.
The Ray White Surfers Paradise Group has a database of over 200,000 clients, which continues to grow daily helping to ensure our clients get the best price for their properties.
Our comprehensive list of services guarantees all of your real estate requirements are catered for, including: residential home and apartment sales, commercial leasing and sales, off-the-plan units, property management and rentals, house and land packages, hotels, marine, projects, our USA operation and a unique Prestige property division.
At the Ray White Surfers Paradise Group, we are proud of our commitment to providing maximum customer satisfaction through our extensively skilled team.
Offering continuous training to all of our staff members, we can ensure our agents maintain a high level of professionalism across our entire operation.
The Ray White Surfers Paradise Group team is underpinned by the experience and expertise of owners Andrew and Gregory Bell.
They are also active supporters and participants in the Gold Coast community, having helped the Ray White Surfers Paradise Group to raise over $4 million for local charity groups.