This view belongs to that of Australia’s next property millionaire, set to be drawn by the RSL Art Union within weeks.SOAK up the winter sun in Noosa, spend summer on Sydney’s beaches and watch the leaves change colour in Melbourne – all possible if you become Australia’s newest property millionaire for just $5. The massive $3.46m-plus property portfolio was put up as part of the RSL Art Union Prize Home Lottery, involving three dream apartments across Sydney, Noosa and Melbourne with an estimated rental return of $153,140 a year.The apartments were bought earlier this year for $3.1925m all up, of which the biggest cost was the $1.715m paid for the two bed 166/71 Victoria Street, Potts Point, in Sydney in January, followed by $942,500 for a three bed apartment at 26 The Rise 37 Noosa Drive, Noosa Heads, on the Queensland coast in May and $535,000 forked out for a one bedder at 503/55 Bay Street, Port Melbourne, in Victoria in February. QUEENSLAND SET FOR DOUBLE DIGIT GROWTH THE BLOCK’S $2M TAX BREAK AUSTRALIA’S RICHEST YOUNG PEOPLE NAMED The Port Melbourne apartment is part of a thriving cultural zone. The view from 503/55 Bay Street, Port Melbourne, Vic 3207The draw is set to close at 8pm on November 7, and Australia’s newest property millionaire will be discovered at the 10am draw on Wednesday November 15.The Sydney unit is in the Waratah building, with million-dollar views towards the Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Centrepoint Tower.The original listing said the two bedroom, two bathroom apartment was in “the highly sought after inner-city suburb of Potts Point, just 3km from the CBD”, was thoughtfully styled for a chic Sydney lifestyle, and would make a good weekender or permanent residence. “You will be the talk of the town at New Year’s Eve,” it said. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus1 day agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market1 day agoThe Sydney skyline from your loungeroom. The bedroom also opens to the balcony. The view from 26 The Rise, 37 Noosa Drive, Noosa Heads, Qld 4567 It has views across the water. The Noosa kitchen is big enough for the whole family. The apartment is perfect for soaking up some sunshine.It has a whopping $66,560 worth of furniture and electricals, and RSL has paid rates, water and body corporate for the first 12 months ($11,430), plus legal fees ($1,375), and they’ve thrown in a $3,000 travel voucher.The one bedder in Melbourne is in a building called ‘Bayshore’, in the cultural hub, 5km from the CBD, and has view of Port Phillip Bay. The estimated annual rental was $30,940, and RSL has put in $23,987 worth of furniture and electricals, paid the rates, water and body corporate for the first 12 months ($3,491) plus transfer duty ($27,170) and legal fees ($1,375).Funds raised by the RSL Art Union go to providing services like crisis accommodation, advocacy, welfare services, financial support and rehabilitation to current and ex-servicemen and women, their dependants and families. *FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK *FREE: GET THE COURIER-MAIL’S REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO INBOX The apartment was designed to suit Sydney chic inner-city lifestyle.If you rented the Sydney apartment out the estimated annual rental income was $78,000 and RSL also had the unit kitted out with $41,910 worth of furniture and electricals.The rates, water and body corporate have been paid for the first 12 months (valued at $11,363), and also transfer duty ($79,835) and legal fees ($1,375).The Noosa three bedroom executive apartment was in ‘The Rise’, a 14 minute walk from the coast’s famous Main Beach. Split-level, with views of Laguna Bay from the living room and the popular Hastings Street heart of Noosa a 10 minute stroll away, the unit could be rented out for $44,200 annual rental income. The unit is light and bright. The Noosa apartment is split level with the living zones up top.
Madayag said she received reports ofan unidentified person posing as DILG personnel. The unidentified person has noidentification card that identified his personality, she claimed. She explained that this concern islodged to the City Engineer’s Office. She added that the unidentified personalso demanded P200 from the residents. Pallen said that this person allegedlyquestioned the measurement imposed by village officials to those affected bythe demolition. According to Lady Gles Pallen,Taculing village head and president of the Liga ng mga Barangay in this city,that there was an unidentified person roaming in several barangays here,introducing himself as a DILG representative. For his part, Madayag clarified thatshe has not authorized any individual or group of persons to check or correctmeasurements of road easements and road right of way. Madayag disclosed that she issued thenotice to clear confusions created by some individuals using the name of theiroffice to pursue their interests in one way, or the other./PN BACOLOD City – City director of the Departmentof Interior and Local Government (DILG) Ma. Joy Maredith Madayag cautioned thepublic against scammers who extort money from residents affected by the roadclearing operations.
Jonjo Shelvey Garry Monk insists Swansea have no interest in selling Jonjo Shelvey in January.The midfielder was hit with a violent conduct charge by the Football Association after he appeared to fling back an arm into the face of Emre Can during Swansea’s defeat at Liverpool on Monday.The incident came only days after Shelvey had been blasted for Monk over a lack of discipline and has led to suggestions the Swans boss may now be ready to move the 22-year-old on, with incoming Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew tipped to launch a move when the transfer window reopens.Monk, however, insists the former Charlton youngster, who joined Swansea from Liverpool in a £5million deal in the summer of 2013, is going nowhere in January and has a key role to play at the Liberty Stadium.“It is often the case (to sell) when a manager talks about a player,” Monk said. “But that is absolutely not the case. It was not my intention to give the impression I do not want Jonjo here.“When I talked about him I was talking about the specific instances where he can do better, in relation to the yellow cards he has picked up.“When I talked about laziness I meant the situations he gets into to get bookings, not his overall performances.“Yes, he can do better, but so can all our players. With Jonjo it is a case of me trying to help him, him trying to help himself and pushing on.“He is going to get a lot better and I want that to happen here at Swansea, not anywhere else.” 1