Raptis is one of the Gold Coast’s most experienced and progressive developers. For more than forty years, they have developed and constructed some of the most iconic landmarks along the Coast and have substantially shaped the city’s distinctive skyline. The Raptis name is synonymous with quality and stylish living and is acknowledged for introducing new trends. Many developments have received industry recognition at both a local and national level. Importantly, the Raptis legacy is founded on family values and while father and son, Jim and Evan, spearhead the company’s growth, the overall success of the company is attributable to a dedicated team of professionals. This entire team has decades of experience in development, design, construction, sales and property management.

Recent posts by Raptis

First look at Raptis' Chelsea Avenue development at Broadbeach

By Raptis on May 11, 2022 5:00:16 PM

Raptis has lodged its latest apartment project plan with Gold Coast City Council. Full story in Urban.com.au by Joel Robinson. 

Topics: Owner Occupier Investor Local News Downsizer Broadbeach

Raptis secures Chelsea Avenue site for future development

By Raptis on May 11, 2022 4:43:01 PM

Raptis recently secured a development site in the sought-after suburb of Broadbeach for an upcoming development. Full article at Urban.com.au by Joel Robinson.

Topics: Owner Occupier Investor Local News Broadbeach
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Benefits of Apartment Living

By Raptis on Sep 22, 2021 4:19:35 PM

The debate over apartment versus house living is a long-standing one, with more and more people realising the benefits of living in an apartment. Once you look at the pros and cons, you may discover the overwhelming pros that apartment living can offer you.

Topics: First time home buyer Owner Occupier Downsizer
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Super Penthouse

By Raptis on Jul 30, 2021 3:22:10 PM

A 700sq m super-penthouse will be the crowning glory of a new $160 million tower called Pearl being constructed in Main Beach by longstanding Gold Coast developer Raptis.

Full article by realestate.com.au
Written by Lisa Hughes

Topics: Owner Occupier Main Beach
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Main Beach Overview

By Raptis on Jun 10, 2021 10:04:07 AM

With its golden beaches and pristine parks, it’s no surprise Main Beach is one of the most popular suburbs to live in on the Gold Coast. Spanning approximately 3.1 square kilometres, at its heart is the bustling Tedder Ave precinct with boutique shopping, fine dining and casual eateries. Whatever your tastebuds desire - from spicy Indian, oriental Thai or flavoursome Italian - it’s waiting for you here (to dine in or take away!)

Topics: Owner Occupier Investor Downsizer Main Beach
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The Story Behind Main Beach

By Raptis on Jun 10, 2021 10:03:49 AM

If ever there was a suburb which needed no introduction, it's Main Beach. And not just because it quite literally explains itself in its title – it's also because it's a seaside hamlet which has been beloved by locals and visitors alike since the glittering Gold Coast first came into its own. Main Beach History goes back to 1925 when lands were auctioned to construct holiday houses. 

Topics: Owner Occupier Investor Downsizer Main Beach
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A guide to downsizing

By Raptis on May 5, 2021 9:57:40 AM

As our children grow and flee the family nest, more Australians are making the move to smaller homes. It’s no surprise why, either, because downsizing definitely has its advantages. From financial to lifestyle the benefits are plentiful. These include:

Topics: Downsizer

Suburbs on the move

By Raptis on Feb 8, 2021 4:50:47 PM


Topics: Local News
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What is an investment property

By Raptis on Feb 3, 2021 10:59:45 AM

Investment property is real estate that has been purchased with the intentions of earning a return on the investment. This return can either be through rental income, or though capital gain with the future re-sale of the property. 

Topics: Investor
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Bank Property Valuation vs Market Value

By Raptis on Jan 14, 2021 9:57:07 AM

A property can have two different valuations, Market Valuation and Bank Valuation.

Topics: First time home buyer Owner Occupier Investor