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Central Coast has re-emerged as a hotspot for property investors

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More than 12 months since the onset of COVID-19, the Central Coast has found itself in the middle of a property resurgence, according to Herron Todd White’s property valuer, Todd Beckman.


“Many property owners have secured their short or long-term futures by locking in a home loan interest rate on their own properties that may never be offered again. All the while, others are actively obtaining finance to purchase property.”

Mr Beckman believes that the currently hot conditions on the Central Coast may only decelerate if property prices become unaffordable.
“What price is considered unaffordable? I’ll let the market dictate that, but it’s a moment in time that is yet to be reached on the Central Coast,” he said.

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