Mark Beale, Principal of Ray White Whitsunday, has the experience you need for real estate results. Described as professional, dedicated, observant and ambitious, Mark knows how to listen and understand the needs of his clients and is able to build and maintain an excellent rapport with both buyers and sellers. Mark's clients appreciate his honesty, efficiency, confidentiality and reliability, having no hesitation to recommend him as their preferred agent to friends and family.
Mark spends a lot of his time involving working in the community as board member of the Airlie Beach Chamber of Commerce and President of the Whitsunday Touch Football Association since 2007. Mark is a keen supporter of local charities and fundraisers and annually donates to local events, businesses, sporting clubs and not for profit organisations.
Commencing his real estate career in February 2000, Mark Beale has achieved outstanding success, soon becoming the whitsundays number one salesperson. One of Mark's proudest achievements was being awarded the "Rookie of the Year" in 2001, being the first ever Queenslander to receive this award. Mark was also awarded REIQ Salesperson of the year 2004 & 2005 for the Mackay and Whitsunday Region. Mark's commitment to the Whitsunday real estate industry grows every year with the Ray White office now employing over 30 staff and plans to grow further into Hamilton Island, Marine and many other related industries.
As a resident of the Whitsundays for over 15 years, Mark and his wife, Belinda, have watched the rapid growth of the area and are excited about the future of the Whitsundays. "This region is one of the most beautiful places to live on earth. We have one of the fastest population growths in the state and everyone wants to be part of the action," said Mark Beale. "I couldn't imagine a more ideal place to live and raise my family."
With interests such as diving, sailing, fishing, squash and touch football, Mark has found the perfect region to pursue his passions. Prior to finding his niche in the real estate industry, Mark completed his building apprenticeship and then relocated to Hamilton Island to work in the Beach House Restaurant and aboard the charter yacht "Banjo Paterson", sailing guests to postcard beaches on his days off. This background has provided Mark with diverse career experience and skills, as well as valuable knowledge and enthusiasm to learn and accept new challenges. These qualities were further elevated after backpacking throughout Europe.
After more than 13 years Mark's repeat and referral clients and customers are a large part of his business and will continue to grow as the future looks bright and busy. If you are considering selling your home or investing in the Whitsunday property market, Mark is very enthusiastic to discuss your options. Expand