Sunshine Coast Property Market News - Latest Updates for local Real Estate


RBA holds rates at record low and maintain fiscal policy at September meeting

Experts say they have never felt better about housing affordability around the country, according to's RBA Cash Rate Survey of 40 experts and economists.

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Regional Queensland Sparks Potential

Queensland's housing market was not left unscathed by the COVID-19 outbreak, but its southeast region could drive the recovery in the long-term, a report from CoreLogic shows.

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Double-digit regional unemployment rates: CommSec's Ryan Felsman

While Victoria and NSW have been hardest hit by the health crisis, Queensland’s job market has fared worst.

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Is the Sunshine Coast property market approaching it's peak?

Herron Todd White has released a "National Property Clock" which has the Sunshine Coast heading for the peak of the market.

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Applications open for the QueenslandHome Builder Home Renovator Grant


Queenslanders can now officially apply for a $25,000 grant to build or renovate their home under the HomeBuilder initiative.

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Why Banks Care Where You Eat (And How Often)

Does the make-up of your monthly bank statement impact your chances of being approved for a home loan?

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Twin Waters West proposal rejected by Sunshine Coast Council

On Thursday 23 July, the Sunshine Coast Council voted on Stockland's revised proposal for a masterplanned community neighbouring Twin Waters, aka "Twin Waters West".

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A second record low 1.99% home loan has arrived

Lender has introduced a record low discounted variable rate of 1.99%, available for one year before it reverts to 2.57%.

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Should you add extra money to your mortgage or superannuation?

With plenty of noise around the importance of reducing debt, plus the equally loud championing of additional super contributions, confusion over which is best can easily lead to lack of action.

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Sunshine Coast remains a standout market during COVID-19

Most of the postcodes across the Sunshine Coast region, including Noosa (which is a separate local government area), have vacancy rates between 1% and 2%. While some of the capital city CBDs and tourism-dominated locations like Surfers Paradise have had big blowouts in their vacancies, the Sunshine Coast has resisted this trend.

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