It can be hard to know where to invest your money when you’re looking at property. On the one hand you may want to buy in the city or town you’re most familiar with, however with property prices the way they are, it wouldn’t hurt to look further afield. The Sunshine Coast is still reasonably priced with properties selling for an average of just over $500k – and that’s at the high end of town. You can still get a property for under $400,000, depending of course on the suburb in which you live.
The Sunshine Coast has so many drawcards, and reasons why you should seriously consider moving there. I wrote about this in a previous blog, however today’s blog will focus on other aspects that will appeal to those considering a shift to the Coast.
The Sunshine Coast mayor has announced a jobs plan to bring employment to the region which will create opportunities for existing residents and those who are new to the area. It’s important though that you have a work life balance and the Sunshine Coast is also getting some major sporting events, which are sure to keep people entertained when they’re not working.
Of course, with an increased population comes an increased demand for property. Luckily, there are several new developments, mostly on the outskirts of the Sunshine Coast, which means property prices should remain stable without too much of an increase.
There’s never been a better time to move to the Sunshine Coast or buy property.