Former cricket captain Michael Clarke comes in to bat for Noosa
The Courier-Mail | 20 September 2018 | 09 January 2019
FORMER Aussie cricket captain Michael Clarke, who has done his fair share of real estate deals, has come in to bat for Noosa.
Mr Clarke, who was in Noosa last night for the launch of a new business on the Sunshine Coast, says good advice can be a game-changer.
He recommended buyers seek out professional support before putting their cash to work in real estate.
He made the comments at the official launch of realty firm Reed & Co in the tourism and property hotspot.
More than 150 people were at the party hosted by award-winning agent Adrian Reed, including Clarke, Anthony Bell – celebrity accountant, and television presenter Kelly Landry.
Mr Clarke said there were similarities between business and sport.
“You need good advice, guidance and great people to support you in making the right decisions,” he said.
Mr Bell told the crowd that he and Ms Landry fell in love with Noosa after visiting for the first time in 2017 – so much so they bought home worth more than $10m there.
“My wife and I have traveled extensively throughout the world and we just love Noosa,” he said. “Our children adore it too.”
The Bell founded charity, The Loyal Foundation, received $6000 donation on the night courtesy of a generous auction bidder who won a five-hour luxury experience including a private return Ghost Air helicopter trip from Noosa to the Bribie Island Sandstone Point Hotel for four people.
Published By – The Courier-Mail