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Considering Brisbane but would love to live near the sea?? Read this...

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I see that many people wonder 'where to live?' when moving to Australia (especially if they don't have family here already). I came here from New Zealand nearly 20 years ago with my Pommy ex-husband and we headed straight to Queensland as I had a sister here.

 

The Redcliffe Peninsula is just 30 minutes north of Brisbane and so has access to all major city facilities. For many years it was a sleepy seaside village but now has 55,000 residents and is predicted to have significant capital growth. There are now many new apartment complexes on the waterfront, sensational canal homes as well as a variety of other real estate options.

 

If you would prefer a 'sea-change' rather than living in a tight-knit suburb, then consider the Peninsula. You can find fabulous beachside properties at very reasonable prices. If you have friends or relatives living at North Lakes, Queensland already - it's just 10-15 minutes from them. I'd love to show you around...

Happy New Year! Karen


Regards, Karen Prince

Waterfront Properties Redcliffe

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Hi, I will be arriving in Brisbane in 2 weeks, We will be looking to rent a property North Brisbane,My husband will be in Brisbane from the 10th of this month. we have 2 small dogs that will be arriving 7th February,My brother lives in Cashmere.Any tips on how to secure a property fairly quickly would be appreciated.


Decided to move-Aug'13, Skills assessment-Nov'13, IELTS8.5-May'14, Got a migration agent-May'14, EOI & Invitation-June'14, 189 Visa app-16th June 2014, Front Loading done-9th July'14 ....... Visa Granted 14th August :smile: Moved to Brisbane January 2015

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Hi ceddy,

 

I would suggest using a website called realestate.com.au to find your rental property. There are LOTS of very good rental properties in North Lakes (which is only 15 minutes or so from Cashmere). Or rent on the Redcliffe Peninsula if you want to be right by the sea. Either of these will be a good base to start from... I would be happy to give you a little guided tour around both of these areas to give you some local information and a head start - particularly if you're trying to decide where to settle and buy at some point. Cheers, Karen

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Regards, Karen Prince

Waterfront Properties Redcliffe

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Hi, Thanks for that, I have been looking at realestate.com.au My husband will start looking at properties next week, i will pass your details to him


Decided to move-Aug'13, Skills assessment-Nov'13, IELTS8.5-May'14, Got a migration agent-May'14, EOI & Invitation-June'14, 189 Visa app-16th June 2014, Front Loading done-9th July'14 ....... Visa Granted 14th August :smile: Moved to Brisbane January 2015

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