BAYSIDE BOOMS, DEVELOPMENTS FLOURISH

BAYSIDE BOOMS, DEVELOPMENTS FLOURISH

THE property market in Redcliffe has grown significantly within the last year, earning the suburb a badge as one of Queensland’s top property hot-spots.


Local developments are feeling the upturn, including luxury waterfront complex Mon Komo which recorded a $10 million sales surge since January.


TOTAL Property Group managing director and Mon Komo marketing manager Adrian Parsons says the Bayside area has become an energetic community attracting buyers through convenient positioning and comfortable lifestyle.


“Redcliffe has really evolved to become its own cosmopolitan-like township, growing substantially as a result of major infrastructure and transport link upgrades,” says Parsons.


Mon Komo has fit well into this market, with recent sales suggesting Queensland property is definitely experiencing an upturn.


“The strong flow of enquiries [at Mon Komo] indicates that the property market is shifting and we are seeing buyers become more active as they now have greater financial freedom around purchasing premium property,” says Parsons.

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