As we enter the second half of the year, it is clear our market is normalising. Our agency is a good representation of Noosa Hinterland market trends due to our team carrying out the largest volume of sales in the region. Anecdotally, we saw our average sale price increase by
In Queensland, median house prices rose by 3.23% in the first quarter of this year and the state’s strongest performer was the Noosa local government area, with a whopping 15.38% quarterly rise to $1.5m, according to figures released by the Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ). Commenting on the
It is interesting how an election impacts the property market. Anecdotally, buyer momentum always stalls leading up to an election. No matter which party wins, as soon as the outcome is announced, certainty is restored, and the property market gets back into action. This election has been no different.
Our thoughts are with all those who were impacted by recent flooding and our heartfelt thanks goes to all volunteer groups and locals who came together to help everyone through such challenging times. How great is our community? The Government’s proposed solution to the now compounded housing shortage brought
We are all seeing some light at the end of the Covid 19 tunnel, with the Queensland border open between states on November 19. It will be a much-anticipated date filled with excitement to see friends and loved ones after many months. It will also be the date we see
As we begin the final quarter of the year, demand for Sunshine Coast property continues to grow and, as a result, prices continue to rise. Whilst sellers are enjoying this market, the question everyone is asking is “how long is this property boom going to last?” According to Simon Pressley, Head
As we welcome this glorious Spring weather, we enter what is traditionally our busiest selling season in real estate. Online settlement platform, PEXA, reports a continuation of the upward trend in the volume of Queensland property settlements, currently up 61% year on year. This is incredible considering agents in our
A lot has happened over the last month that relates to our local real estate market. The excitement was electric when it was announced that Brisbane will host the 2032 Olympic Games. CoreLogic figures show that Sydney values jumped by 60% in the lead up to the 2000 Sydney Olympics,