CONFIDENCE BOOST: Ray White Rockhampton real estate agent Trent Neven says the region’s property market is starting to pick up. He’s pictured outside a Mostyn St house in north Rockhampton.
CONFIDENCE BOOST: Ray White Rockhampton real estate agent Trent Neven says the region’s property market is starting to pick up. He’s pictured outside a Mostyn St house in north Rockhampton. Sharyn Oneill

Diversity is the key to property market sales success

HIS best sales have been in The Range, Wandal, Norman Gardens and Frenchville.

But Ray White Rockhampton real estate agent Trent Neven said the local property market was picking up slowly everywhere else in the Beef Capital, off the back of the global financial crisis.

"It's just impressive to see that Rockhampton's property market value has doubled in the past 10 years," he said.

Local real estate agent and principal Pat O'Driscoll attributed Rockhampton's various industries and the low interest rates as the key factors boosting the local property market.

"One of our strongest industries is beef and our property market will continue to grow as long as the agriculture industry grows," he said.

"With interest rates so low at the moment, investors are getting bargains."



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