Sales on improve
McGRATH Coolangatta/Tweed has had a record November, with $9.6 million in sales throughout the month.
This was 325% above the sales of the same time last year.
McGrath Estate Agents CEO John McGrath said a spike in sales across the company's 62 sites reflected an ongoing increase in buyer confidence.
He said a dozen of their offices made record sales this November.
"It's encouraging to see such diverse buyer activity across all price segments as it gives a true barometer of the market," Mr McGrath said
"There is definitely a cascading effect upwards, buoyed by investors, upgraders and downsizers."
LJ Hooker Coolangatta Tweed licensee Peter Walmsley said while it had been a strong year, he wouldn't describe the market as "booming".
"I wouldn't say it's been a bumper year," Mr Walmsley said.
"The year's been a lot better than the last couple of years, but there's certainly room for improvement."
Mr Walmsley said homes under $500,000 were selling faster due to lack of stock.
He said the next few weeks would be typically slow, as few people were keen to buy a home over Christmas.