Why Seniors Real Estate?

There are several reasons why you should consider Seniors Real Estate when buying and selling, including:

  • Because we offer advocacy, peace of mind and are redefining real estate services for mature aged clients and Veterans.
  • Our business is staffed by a mature aged team that believes in traditional values and a handshake deal.
  • You will engage with us one on one and not with an assistant or junior.
  • We understand the pressures and emotions of downsizing when pursuing a new lifestyle and accordingly, can help with numerous tips and advice.

What We Do

The traditional real estate approach to buying and selling can be uninspired, and in some cases overly complicated. We’ve shed the old strategies and replaced them with innovative thinking, honesty and trust all incorporated into a new level of real estate service and advocacy.

Many retirees and mature aged clients are perplexed by pushy agents who themselves are unaware of the emotional complexity of moving homes, when possibly having lost a partner and friend. We have redefined the level of services we offer when clients (whether single or a couple) are evaluating the next move in their lifestyle journey. We bring a fresh look at downsizing, and the creation of a manageable plan when seeking affordable accommodation options that prioritise quality of life.

Man Standing a Ground with Yellow Paint Arrow — Seniors Real Estate in Gold Coast, QLD
Good Vibes Only Sign on the Beach — Seniors Real Estate in Gold Coast, QLD

What We Undertake To Deliver

At Seniors Real Estate, we encourage clients to make well informed choices based on unbiased advice and help. For those that wish to sell their home we offer two levels of service: our ‘The Full Monty’ home-to-home package with embedded help and advice; or our sale-only ‘Keep it Simple’ package. For buyers, the ‘Make it Happen’ package is aimed at helping you find your next home or investment property wherever or whatever that might be.

Dr Riley Moynes TED Talk –

Learn more about what stage are you at in the four stages of retirement planning with Dr Riley Moynes TEDx
presentation on this very subject.
THE FOUR STAGES OF RETIREMENT (www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMHMOQ_054U)

Queensland Government Seniors Website –

Government support to the Seniors community.
QLD GOVERNMENT SENIORS (https://www.qld.gov.au/seniors)


Retirement income –

Make the most of your income in retirement with Money Smart.
MONEY SMART RETIREMENT INCOME (www.moneysmart.gov.au/retirement-income)


Downsizing contributions into superannuation –

If you have reached the eligible age, you may be able to contribute up to $300,000 from the proceeds of the sale (or part sale) of your
home into your superannuation fund.
ATO (www.ato.gov.au/Individuals/Super/In-detail/Growing-your-super/Downsizer-contributions-for-individuals/)


Pension assets test –

The assets test helps us work out if you can get paid Age Pension, Carer Payment, or Disability Support Pension.
TAKE THE TEST (www.servicesaustralia.gov.au/assets-test-for-pensions?context=22526)


Council of The Ageing Queensland –

Ageing is a time of possibility, opportunity and influence within an equitable, just and inclusive society in which the voices of older
Australians are respected and strong.
COUNCIL OF THE AGEING (www.cotaqld.org.au/)

National Seniors Australia

National Seniors Australia is the leading independent voice for over 50s in this country and also a gateway to a diverse
range of exclusive member-only benefits.
NATIONAL SENIORS (www.nationalseniors.com.au)


The Association of Independent Retirees (A.I.R.) Limited –

A volunteer organisation working to advance and protect the interests and independent lifestyle of Australians aged 50+.
A.I.R. LIMITED (www.independentretirees.com/)


The Association of Residents of Queensland Retirement Villages –

ARQRV is the voice for residents in the Queensland retirement village industry.
ARQRV (www.arqrv.org.au/)


Australian Seniors News –

Seniors-centric online newspaper
AUSTRALIAN SENIORS NEWS (www.australianseniorsnews.com.au/)


Australian Institute for Intergenerational Practice –

Fostering meaningful engagement and bonds between the young and old.
AIIP WEBSITE (www.aiip.net.au/)