Mark McGill’s Repeat Clients

Hear from Mark McGill's repeat clients. Once a year mark host's and event for repeat clients who have sold, purchased or referred more than 3 times.  The last event was held at Riceboi in Mooloolaba, and sponsored by Brockenchak Wines

By |2019-08-19T15:43:34+10:00August 19th, 2019|Media|0 Comments

Key to success in real estate business is in the training

THE REIQ has highlighted the need for compulsory professional development (CPD) for the real estate profession. The call was made at the 2016 REIQ Awards for Excellence at Brisbane City Hall on Saturday night. REIQ chairman Rob Honeycombe addressed almost 600 guests, including State Minister for Housing Michael de Brenni, who reinforced the need for close cooperation on the issue. "This is an important issue that contributes significantly to consumer protection," Mr Honeycombe said. "The purchase and sale of property is often the most significant transaction many Queenslanders will make and having a highly trained professional facilitate that process is crucial.'' View the full article here Underlining the value of consistent training and mentoring was this year's winner of the 2016 Residential Salesperson of the Year Award, Mark McGill of Amber Werchon Property at Mooloolaba. It was the second time Mr McGill has won the award in his seven-year career after being a finalist the past two years. He follows fellow Sunshine Coast agents Amber Werchon, Dan Neylan and Damien Said at having won the award two or more times. To be a finalist four years in a row has given Mr McGill access to meet and collaborate with Australia's top performing agents in all markets. "Collaborating with them and driving innovation helps to stay ahead of the market and at the forefront of the industry. "You also learn a lot from teaching. That holds you a bit more accountable." The consistency in which Sunshine Coast agents succeed at the [...]

By |2017-07-07T01:35:03+10:00February 17th, 2016|Media|0 Comments

Mark McGill awarded 2014 REIQ Awards for Excellence – Sales Person of the Year

Mark McGill has been awarded the highest accolade in the real estate industry being announced as the 2014 REIQ Awards for Excellence - Salesperson of the Year, at a gala event held in Brisbane City hall. Full story found at   AMBER Werchon Property principal Amber Werchon has earned her share of awards over the years, but described her company's victory at the REIQ Awards for Excellence in Brisbane on Friday night as the sweetest yet. The Sunshine Coast agency was awarded Medium Residential Agency of the Year while employee Mark McGill was named Residential Salesperson of the Year. About 500 finalists and guests, including Premier Campbell Newman and Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie, attended the gala event. The REIQ awards are considered the pinnacle achievement for real estate practitioners in Queensland and are judged on professionalism and best practice.   "It's always humbling to be a finalist, and we have been fortunate enough to be a finalist for the past five years, but to win is the ultimate honour and a true testament to the hard work and professionalism of my team who work at the highest level always to ensure we deliver the best service possible," Ms Werchon said. "Out of all the awards I've been fortunate enough to win, this one is particularly sweet because it's a team award, it's about all the wonderful individuals who work with me. "I'm so proud of them, they are outstanding - this award is for all of us." Ms Werchon said [...]

By |2017-07-07T01:35:03+10:00February 13th, 2016|Media|0 Comments

Should you Move or Should you Renovate?

Many people ask if they should renovate or should they sell.  The truth is, it really depends on each individual situation, and the possible potential available to be obtained.  The link above is an interesting video that shows a case study where it was successful to renovate.  There is also a future issue I can see coming with depreciating buildings which are at the age now where they are losing value now, irrespective of the market going up or down.  There is some game changing new building solutions which I hope to discuss further in the this space.

By |2016-02-17T01:26:16+11:00February 13th, 2016|Media|0 Comments

Stunning 6 Bedroom Homestead with Indoor Pool

From the moment you arrive at Ascot Manor, you will be impressed with this immaculate residence, over the years it has grown into one of the most sizeable properties you are likely to experience. There are 6 bedrooms, 4 of which are centred around an impressive indoor heated pool which is ideal for privacy and great all year round.  Living areas are in abundance with two lounge rooms for informal entertaining and a games room with a pool table, bar and even air hocky for the kids.  All of the living spaces seamlessly flow out onto the covered outdoor area, just perfect for entertaining. Set on 1 acre you’re surrounded by pristine landscaped gardens which offers privacy and space, catch the morning sun by the swimming pool and Balinese bungalow and at night time, you can catch a movie in the private 12 seat movie theatre, or enjoy a dinner party around the formal dining area. With 4 undercover car parks and a substantial 3 bay shed, the optional uses for this property are abundant. If you enjoy the horse races you’re tucked away in an exclusive acreage estate behind Corbourld Park Turf Club, and located ten minutes away from Caloundra beaches and the Pumistone Passage. Ascot Manor… has room for your everything.

By |2017-07-07T01:35:04+10:00February 13th, 2016|Media|0 Comments

Balinese Retreat in the Middle of Alex

  Just like Bali, the best retreats are hidden from the street.  4 bedrooms, Study, 3 bathrooms, two living areas on a rare 1062 sqm of land, there is plenty of space to lose yourself here. Enjoy the serenity in Alexandra Headland just a stroll to the beach. The FEEL of this house is what will amaze you.  If space and tranquillity is what you seek, here is your home To enquire send an email to [email protected]

By |2017-07-07T01:35:05+10:00February 13th, 2016|Media|0 Comments