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Hidden Gems: Affordable Luxury Alternatives to Sydney’s Pricey Market

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Mudgeeraba QLD, Australia

Hidden Gems: Affordable Luxury Alternatives to Sydney’s Pricey Market

For Immediate Release

Date: June 17th, 2024

Property Credit has identified a range of suburbs across Australia that offer superior living quality at prices below Sydney’s median house price of $1,345,000. The comprehensive report highlights select regions providing excellent amenities, scenic beauty and vibrant communities, making them attractive alternatives to Sydney's expensive market.

“We’ve pinpointed some of the best suburbs across the country where homebuyers can get more value for their money without compromising on lifestyle,” said Giordano Stepancic, CEO of Property Credit. “From the picturesque landscapes of Adelaide - Central and Hills to the coastal charm of the Sunshine Coast, these areas present outstanding opportunities for those looking to invest wisely.”

Key regions featured in the report include Adelaide - Central and Hills, Adelaide - South, the Australian Capital Territory, Brisbane - South, Brisbane - West, the Central Coast, Geelong, the Gold Coast, Hobart, the Hunter Valley, Illawarra, the Mornington Peninsula, Newcastle and Lake Macquarie, Richmond-Tweed, and the Sunshine Coast. Each of these regions offers unique advantages, from stunning home styles and excellent amenities to strong community vibes and scenic beauty.

“Our findings show that places like Torquay in Geelong and Buderim on the Sunshine Coast are set to become hot spots due to their strategic locations and future infrastructure developments,” added Stepancic. “Homebuyers can find incredible homes well below Sydney’s median price, ensuring a higher quality of life.”

Giordano Stepancic emphasised the balanced market conditions in many of these regions, making them particularly attractive for buyers. “The current market conditions in many of these suburbs are highly favourable, offering a balance between buyers and sellers. This is the perfect time for prospective buyers to explore these regions.”

For more information, contact:

Media Contact:

  • Giordano Stepancic
  • CEO, Property Credit
  • Mobile: +61 422 529 253
  • Email: giordano@property.credit

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