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Are there really less properties on the market?

By Dan Sowden

If there is one thing for sure, its that there are still plenty of buyers out in the marketplace, looking to purchase their next Sunshine Coast property.

According to realestate.com.au data, there were 101 million visits to realestate.com.au in December 2020, which is a 45% increase year on year, and enquiries were also up a huge 74%!

You may have heard some people say that new listings on the Sunshine Coast are down. We can confirm that this is simply not true.

Based on our quarterly figures, we do know that properties are selling faster and many are being sold off market, making it appear as though there are less properties available to buy.

As you will see in our Buyer Inspection figures below, compared to this time last year, we are meeting a similar number of buyers at our open homes, even though we are holding less open homes on average (due to reasons mentioned above).

With a healthy level of buyer competition still out there, it remains a great time to sell.

The information contained is general information only, not financial advice, and does not take into account your individual objectives, financial situation or needs.

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