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Property: What $300,000 buys you

Property prices are generally determined by supply and demand, interest rates, economic growth, demographics and of course -- location, location, location.

So even though $300,000 could buy you a beautiful Queenslander in Gympie or an ocean-front unit in Bundaberg, the same amount might just get you a humble unit on the Sunshine Coast. 

Ever wondered what the same amount of money would buy you in different suburbs?

To give you an idea, here's what $300,000 would look like across regional Queensland and northern New South Wales.

 

BUNDABERG PROPERTY UNDER $300K: Spacious Federation style home close to park, school and mall. Click here to see more Bundaberg properties under $300,000.

 

 

BUNDABERG PROPERTY UNDER $300K: Ocean-front home near Bargara Golf Club, a stroll away from coffee and restaurant precinct. Click here to see more Bundaberg properties under $300,000.

 

 

COFFS COAST PROPERTY UNDER $300K: Spacious home, walking distant to Coffs Harbour CBD and tenanted - perfect for investment. Click here to see more Coffs Coast properties under $300,000.

 

 

FRASER COAST PROPERTY UNDER $300K: Beautiful home with landscaped gardens, deck pavilion and shed. Click here to see more Fraser Coast properties under $300,000. 

 

 

GLADSTONE PROPERTY UNDER $300K: House with new kitchen, currently returning $350 per week - perfect for investors. Click here to see more Grafton properties under $300,000.

 

SUNSHINE COAST PROPERTY UNDER $300K: Right opposite local shopping precinct, short stroll to the patrolled surf beach. Click here to see more Sunshine Coast properties under $300,000.

 

TWEED PROPERTY UNDER $300K: Pet-friendly home with swimming pool, BBQ and gym membership. Click here to see more Bundaberg properties under $300,000.

 

LISMORE PROPERTY UNDER $300K: Duplex with beautiful timber floors, northerly views, gated. Click here to see more Lismore properties under $300,000.

 

LISMORE PROPERTY UNDER $300K: Elevated home with beautiful view, close to uni, medical centre, Lismore CBD. Click here to see more Lismore properties under $300,000.

 

ROCKHAMPTON PROPERTY UNDER $300K: Spacious home with impressive media room. Click here to see more Rockhampton properties under $300,000.

 

TOOWOOMBA PROPERTY UNDER $300K: Gable home, near local schools, Clifford Gardens Shopping Centre and short drive to Toowoomba CBD. Currently tenanted, good for investment. Click here to see more Toowoomba properties under $300,000.

 

TOOWOOMBA PROPERTY UNDER $300K: Original Queenslander, new kitchen, has chook pen and beautiful garden. Click here to see more Toowoomba properties under $300,000.

 

GLADSTONE PROPERTY UNDER $300K: Executive home with easy walk to the cinemas, shopping and restaurants. Click here to see more Gladstone properties under $300,000.

 

WARWICK PROPERTY UNDER $300K: Redwood timber home with cathedral ceilings and wood fire. Click here to see more Warwick properties under $300,000.

 

MACKAY PROPERTY UNDER $300K: Fully renovated home with caterer's kitchen and hotel-like bathroom. Click here to see more Mackay properties under $300,000.

 

GYMPIE PROPERTY UNDER $300K: Fully renovated Queenslander on 1.5 acres, five minutes to town. Click here to see more Gympie properties under $300,000.

 

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