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The Sunshine Coast has beaten Brisbane and the Gold Coast to lead Queensland growth prospects, the latest Hotspotting report has found, thanks to a massive $20 billion infrastructure pipeline of projects either completed, in the process or in planning.
Terry Ryder’s latest Hotspotting report has identified the Sunshine Coast as Queensland’s strongest real estate market, thanks to a massive $20 billion infrastructure pipeline of projects either completed, in the process or in planning.
“This is a game-changer for the Sunshine Coast,” according to report author Terry Ryder. “Nothing supports property price growth like major new infrastructure spending, which generates jobs, economic activity and improved amenity for residents.”
“It has more suburbs with rising demand than any other location in the state and it is outperforming Brisbane and the Gold Coast on price growth,” said report author Terry Ryder.
“Combined with the neighbouring Noosa and Gympie LGAs, this region is easily the standout in the state.”
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