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Buyers are descending on the north coast for a seachange

first_img35 Ewan St, Margate.BUYERS looking for a seachange are flocking to the north coast.Ray White Redcliffe sales consultant Loren Mulholland said demand for homes in the area, including Woody Point, Margate and Clontarf, was increasing, particularly among interstate buyers. “It’s been strong for the last six to 12 months but we’re just surprised at how many people are coming to the area,” Ms Mulholland said.She said a modernised Queenslander at 35 Ewan St, Margate, which sold in November for $446,000, had three interstate offers subject to inspections.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 201935 Ewan St, Margate“They don’t want to say, ‘We’ll fly-in in two days’ because it might go,” Ms Mulholland said.Melbourne investors bought the property and it was put up for rent over the Christmas period.“That was just incredible how much interest that had,” Ms Mulholland said.She said the suburbs were also becoming more popular among families instead of the traditional retirees and young couples.“I think the train line has been a game-changer – it’s really opened up a market place we haven’t had before,” she said.last_img

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