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Sunshine Beach Real Estate Market Snapshot with unbiased Insights from The Property Baron Buyers Agency

Welcome to our snapshot guide to Sunshine Beach’s real estate market, where we share our local knowledge and insights. As your local buyers agency, The Property Baron knows the importance of having access to unbiased and independent information when it comes to making real estate decisions. With years of experience in  the Sunshine Coast region, we have a deep understanding of the local property market and are excited to share our latest suburb snapshot with you. From population and density to property sales and migration stats, we have all the latest data you need to know to make informed decisions about buying or selling property in Sunshine Beach. So, let’s dive in and discover the hidden gems of this beautiful coastal suburb.

As a local property buyer, it’s important to have access to the latest local knowledge to make informed decisions. The Property Baron Buyers agency provides unbiased insights into the Sunshine Beach suburb, which has a population of 2,480 as of the 2021 census. The suburb has a density of 1,290/km2 and a median house price of $2,162,901 as of January 25, 2023. The number of families in the suburb was 1,964 in 2021, with a 3-year median price growth of 67.7%.

Migration stats show that between 2016 and 2021, 53.1% of people in Australia did not change their address, while 35.3% moved within Australia, and 5.4% moved from overseas. Out of those who moved within Australia, 54.9% moved within the Noosa/Sunshine Coast region. This highlights the popularity of the region for those looking to move.

The property sales snapshot for 2022/23 shows that the most expensive sale was at 24 Arakoon Crescent, which sold for $28,500,000 in April 2022. The cheapest house sale was at 194 Edwards Street, which sold for $1,050,000 in September 2022. Tom Offermann Real Estate sold the most properties in Sunshine Beach, with 16 properties sold, followed by C21 Conolly Hay Group Noosa heads with 13 properties sold.

The top 10 most expensive streets for median sales on the Sunshine Coast include Arakoon Crescent, Sunshine Beach, which has a median sales price of $13.625m, followed by Witta Circle, Noosa Heads with a median sales price of $9m, and Kareela Avenue, Noosa Heads with a median sales price of $7.95m. It’s important to note that these median sales prices can be affected by the types of properties sold in the area.

In conclusion, having local knowledge is essential for making informed property buying decisions, and The Property Baron Buyers agency provides unbiased insights into the Sunshine Beach suburb. With a high median house price, it’s important to seek professional advice before making any property investment decisions in this area.

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