Sunshine Coast Property Market


Sunshine Coast reports QLD's fastest growth

The report, released this weekend, found the 55km stretch running down the southeast coastline was now “Queensland’s strongest real estate market”. Read more

QLD real estate confidence at record high

Brisbane has the highest level of homeowners who believe prices will increase this year of the major capitals and regional Australia.

“You hear all the doom and gloom of the property market, the interesting thing here is householders are relatively positive about the outlook for house prices and we’ve assessed this in terms of only about 3 per cent expect values to decrease. That’s the owner occupiers they’re the mums and dads living at home.” Read more

Sunshine Coast Property Market: Fake news and the truth

Most recently, dire warnings about an imminent slump in the Sydney and Melbourne property sectors had a few people on edge. However, more discerning investors saw those claims for what they were, and to coin a recently well-worn phrase - fake news. Read more

Six Key Criteria Of Proven Property Performers

We’re always on the hunt to find you the neighbourhoods that show the best promise for growth going forward. We also want to arm you with the information to do this due diligence yourself – which is why we want to share the 6 key criteria for properties with solid investment potential.
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No National Property Slump

‘Don’t expect to read it in the headlines but we are not in a property slump and the market is not about to crash’ says Mr Ellis. Read more

First National Coastal reports Zero Rental Vacancies!

The Sunshine Coast rental market remains tight, continuing to report lower vacancy rates than both Brisbane and the Gold Coast. ‚ÄčThis is fantastic news for Sunshine Coast landlords.

Maroochydore, Alexandra Headland and Mooloolaba are just a few of the suburbs reporting increasing median rental prices.

Our office at First National Coastal currently has zero vacant rental properties. Read more

Will Your Credit Rating be affected by the 2018 changes to Credit Reporting?

From 1 July 2018 Positive Credit Reporting is mandatory for all of Australia’s big banks, and right now the major banks have 50% of their customers’ data on the system.

Positive Credit Reporting is a brand-new credit reporting system that gives Australian lenders 24-months of repayment history, and detailed account information when you apply for a loan. Read more

Sunny Coast best performer in the state

Unfortunately, it’s usually just Sydney and Melbourne markets that grab the headlines, and while things look pretty wobbly in those markets, on the Sunshine Coast, the sky is most certainly not falling in.

According to the REIQ’s Market Monitor, the property market in the Sunshine Coast Statistical Division, which includes the Coast and Noosa, is the state’s best performer in terms of median house price growth. Read more

Sun shines on Coast property market - Core Logic's report card is in!

Sunshine Coast houses and units are making tens of thousands of dollars more for sellers now than this time last year, despite property markets in major cities entering tough times.

Independent property valuer Core Logic has identified the Coast as the state’s most solid performer across both markets, with sellers typically securing 6.9 per cent more for their homes in June 2018 than in the same month the previous year. Read more

Holiday letting your house will incur tourism fees

Residents who use websites like Airbnb and Stayz to provide short-term accommodation will start receiving information about an additional annual fee with their next rates notice. Read more
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