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Median House Prices

By Dan Sowden

The REIQ has posted the March Sunshine Coast median house prices.

MARCH QUARTER 2010#HOUSES
LocalityMedian Mar Qtr 10Change over 1yrChange over 5yrs
SUNSHINE COAST (LGA)$480,0002.9%21.4%
SUNSHINE COAST (LGA) ^$561,250-2.6%31.0%
AROONA$450,000-1.2%21.8%
BATTERY HILL ~$490,0002.5%16.5%
BEERWAH$393,7504.0%53.9%
BEERWAH ^N/AN/A35.2%
BLACK MOUNTAIN ^N/AN/AN/A
BLI BLI$464,0006.6%29.7%
BUDDINA ~ f$630,000-0.7%21.9%
BUDERIM$515,0001.7%26.2%
BUDERIM ^ ~N/AN/A-8.6%
BURNSIDE ~$395,0007.6%39.7%
CALOUNDRAN/AN/A11.4%
CALOUNDRA WEST$450,0000.6%20.7%
COES CREEK$401,250N/A31.0%
COOLUM BEACH$500,000-1.0%21.3%
COOROYN/AN/A30.4%
CURRIMUNDI$435,000-1.6%18.9%
DOONAN ^ ~$714,000-2.6%17.3%
FOREST GLEN ^ ~$875,000N/AN/A
GLASS HOUSE MOUNTAINS$435,0006.1%45.0%
GLASS HOUSE MOUNTAINS ^ ~$432,5006.6%19.2%
GLENVIEW ^ ~N/A-6.4%32.2%
GOLDEN BEACH$445,0003.1%23.6%
KULUIN$436,5004.3%28.1%
LAKE MACDONALD ^ ~N/A-11.2%N/A
LANDSBOROUGH$370,0002.4%31.2%
LANDSBOROUGH ^N/AN/A27.9%
LITTLE MOUNTAIN$470,0003.1%27.4%
LITTLE MOUNTAIN ^$575,000N/AN/A
MALENY ^$665,000N/A33.3%
MALENY ~$447,2509.8%41.8%
MAPLETON$468,000N/AN/A
MARCOOLA ~$400,000-2.2%-2.8%
MAROOCHY RIVER ^$532,500N/AN/A
MAROOCHYDORE$498,7506.2%20.8%
MERIDAN PLAINS ~$450,000-7.9%9.7%
MINYAMA ~ f$755,00018.0%-7.2%
MOFFAT BEACH ~ f$572,000-12.6%15.4%
MOOLOOLABA ~ f$590,00015.7%10.4%
MOOLOOLAH VALLEYN/A3.3%33.3%
MOOLOOLAH VALLEY ^ ~$464,000-15.6%25.0%
MOUNT COOLUM ~$455,000-3.2%23.1%
MOUNTAIN CREEK$491,5004.3%21.0%
MUDJIMBA$556,000N/A26.9%
NAMBOUR ~$355,0004.5%37.5%
NOOSA HEADS$670,0000.8%14.7%
NOOSAVILLE ~$937,50012.5%14.5%
PACIFIC PARADISE$389,0000.5%28.3%
PALMWOODS ^ ~ g$640,0005.7%65.1%
PALMWOODS ~$470,000-3.5%18.6%
PARREARRA ~$549,9503.9%9.2%
PELICAN WATERS$662,0005.0%20.9%
PEREGIAN BEACH ~ f$630,000-9.2%-6.6%
PEREGIAN SPRINGS ~$517,500-3.0%-2.1%
POMONA ^N/A2.0%44.5%
SIPPY DOWNS$449,0002.4%28.1%
SUNRISE BEACHN/A3.2%21.0%
SUNSHINE BEACH f$1,650,000N/A24.6%
TEWANTIN$459,5000.0%20.5%
TWIN WATERS ~$739,0005.3%24.2%
WARANA$486,5000.5%22.3%
WITTA ^ ~N/A-7.6%29.3%
WOOMBYE ~$450,000-2.0%28.0%
WURTULLA ~ f *$490,00017.0%25.7%
YANDINA$365,000N/AN/A
YAROOMBA ~ *$500,00012.2%11.7%
Median Price: The middle sale price when arranged in ascending order, ie where half of the sales recorded were less and half were higher than the median
# All figures are preliminary based upon sales records available as at 19 May 2010 and are subject to further revision. Only suburbs to record sufficient sales numbers have been included.
N/A No preliminary estimate available due to insufficient sales numbers
(LGA) Local Government Area
^ Denotes acreage sales – on land size greater than 2,400m2. All other house and land sale statistics are based on land size under 2,400m2 .
~ Medians affected by varying quality of stock sold
* Medians affected by varying quantities of new properties sold
f Medians affected by varying numbers of waterfront properties sold
gSales volumes and median affected by QLD government acquisitions in the area
SOURCE: REIQ. Data made available by QLD Department of Environment and Resource Management, (QVAS), via RP Data and PDS Live. This information has been carefully compiled and is not intended to be treated as a warranty or promise as to the correctness of the information. Interested parties should undertake independent enquiries and investigations to satisfy themselves that any details herein are true and correct. The REIQ does not allow this information to be used for advertising or marketing purposes. Enquiries about the reproduction of part or all of the information should be directed to the Marketplace Strategy Division, REIQ
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