What areas do our Removalists Surfers Paradise cover?
We offer local, short distance removal services all over Surfers Paradise, please check out our list to know more about the areas that we cover.
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Removalists Surfers Paradise
Surfers Paradise covers a relatively large region of the Gold Coast, and while there are a lot of options for housing, it is an area you may need to consider your options is you are looking to move there with children. Most, if not all, buildings along the beach are units and mainly short term accommodation. Heading back from the beachfront, you are still going to find units, and some areas are going to be noisier and busier than others, especially those close to the Surfers Paradise entertainment precinct. Back off the beach and into the canal areas, you will find houses as well as unit blocks.
Surfers Paradise can be quite expensive, but you may still be able to find yourself a good priced home. A four bedroom house sells for an average of $1.1 million and rents for an average of $800 per week. Three bedroom units can be purchased for an average of $620,000 or rented for an average of $500 per week. The property market in Surfers Paradise took quite a sharp dip in 2013, and is slowly starting to climb, however some indications are the property market is still quite flat. Due to the prices, as well as potentially the lack of housing options, Surfers Paradise is a relatively low demand area to purchase in however it can be quite high in demand for rentals.
One of the benefits of living in Surfers Paradise is access to a large number of dining options, as well as general facilities such as shops, medical and transport. One of the downsides to living in the area is needing to travel outside of the suburb for most working opportunities which can become difficult during events and festivals, not to mention during the current development of the tram line, however there are many businesses that have set up offices and showrooms in nearby Bundall and Southport. One of the downsides to living in the suburb can be the proximity to the nightclubs and bars in the main area of Surfers Paradise, making this a busy suburb at night, especially over weekends, festivals and events.
For those looking to move to the area with school age children, it is likely you will need to look outside the suburbs for schools, as there is only one in the suburb.
Surfers Paradise is a great suburb if you want to be close to almost everything, have access to a number of facilities and don’t mind living in the middle of the Gold Coast’s entertainment precinct. Some of the outer areas of the suburb might be more suited to those who still want access to everything with a little less noise.