The infrastructure projects transforming the Sunshine Coast

From Tourist Town to Cosmopolitan City

Investment in a range of infrastructure development projects is driving unprecedented urban growth on the Sunshine Coast and will ultimately transform our popular tourist town into a highly liveable city.

It’s no secret that property prices are directly linked to housing demand, which in turn is driven by factors such as proximity to key amenities and services like public transport, schools, shopping, recreation areas and hospitals.

That’s why spending on major infrastructure, particularly in regional areas, is so important when it comes to long-term capital growth and rental demand – the more quality services there are, the more desirable the area and, therefore, the higher the rental yield and resale value of your property.

At the moment, the Coast is in overdrive. Developers, governments and corporations are all investing heavily, with an array of major infrastructure projects either underway or in the planning stages to help support the region’s growth.

“Projects totalling more than $20 billion have transformed the Sunshine Coast from a tourist town to an international city and it currently has one of the strongest property markets anywhere in Australia,” says property observer Terry Ryder.

In 2017, insurance company Youi moved its global headquarters to Sippy Downs. Construction of Australia’s largest medical precinct, in Birtinya, is now in its final stages. And the rapidly expanding Sunshine Coast Airport – which added a new runway last year – has launched a bid to relocate Qantas’s head office here.

Last week, local media ran an informative piece on the region’s urban-growth projects across industry sectors such as health care, roads, education and tourism. I’ve highlighted some of the more relevant ones below.


Vitality Village: Situated in the $5 billion Sunshine Coast Health Precinct – the largest of its kind in the country – this multipurpose health and wellness hub will provide aged care, allied health, disability and specialist support services to the community, plus leadership, training, technology and innovation services. It’s scheduled to open in June this year at a cost of $25 million.

Nambour General Hospital: An $86 million redevelopment will see the expansion of the hinterland hospital’s capacity and the upgrading or refurbishing of existing clinical areas, including emergency care, mental health beds, surgical and medical wards, and a rehabilitation unit. The last stage is due for completion by late 2022.


Above: Sunshine Coast University Hospital forms part of the $5 billion mega health precinct


Mooloolaba Foreshore: Designed to encourage an “active and healthy” lifestyle, this waterfront revitalisation project will deliver a kilometre of parkland, recreational and event spaces, as well as a new seawall. The highlight is a scenic coastal boardwalk from the northern end of the foreshore to Alexandra Headland. Expected completion is mid-2021.

Maroochydore City Centre: Set to be built on a 53-hectare greenfield site, the Sunshine Coast capital’s new CBD will feature world-class commercial, residential and community facilities, including office space, retail, public plazas, dining and entertainment, waterways and parks, apartment complexes, a high-end hotel, and convention and exhibition space. Predicted to generate $2.5 billion in investment, the premier says “Maroochydore’s new city centre will cement the Sunshine Coast as one of Queensland’s, and Australia’s, best-performing regional economies.”

Invigorate Resort and Actventure Water Park: This proposed 14-hectare resort complex and tourist attraction – Queensland’s third largest water park – boasts 160 four-star villas, a microbrewery, farm-to-table experiences, a wellness centre, open-air cinema, sports club, indoor gaming arcade and a range of swimming pools. Developer Sanad Capital anticipates the project will create hundreds of jobs and pump about $41 million into the Sunshine Coast economy over the next two years, attracting well over 200,000 visitors to the region per year. The opening is set for 2023.


Bruce Highway Upgrade: This major freight, commuter and tourism route is part of Queensland’s largest road infrastructure program to date. Designed to reduce traffic congestion, increase capacity, improve safety and provide active transport connections, the $813 million project involves upgrading the highway to six lanes between Caloundra Road and the Sunshine Motorway, including improvements to both interchanges and a new two-way service road. Residents of the Harmony residential development in Palmview have use of a 240-vehicle car pool facility (opened in late 2017) that will eventually connect to bus facilities, local businesses and the Aussie World precinct via a new pedestrian path. A direct connection between the highway and Harmony estate is also in the works. Construction is expected to end by mid-2021.


Aura: Within three decades, Stockland’s $5 billion masterplanned community will house 20,000 residents in a “city” the size of Gladstone, along with retail precincts; business hubs; parks, playgrounds and sports fields; education and learning centres; entertainment spaces; medical facilities; and a 200-kilometre shared cycle-path network. A 90-hectare City Centre and South Bank-style People’s Place is also slated for construction. Located at the southern end of the Sunshine Coast, it’s 30km from the airport, 90km from Brisbane’s CBD and a short drive to the beaches of Caloundra. So far, more than 5000 people call Aura home and last year saw the opening of the $33 million Baringa retail district and a state primary school; the suburb’s first high school will open its doors in January. Stockland promises to generate 20,000 new jobs in the next 15 years, while contributing $1.5 billion per year to the local economy.

Plantation Retirement Resort: Over-50s will be catered for at a 42-unit, seven-level “vertical village” close to Maroochydore Beach, with the first residents moving in in May. Facilities include a rooftop pool, barbecue and entertaining area, with parklands, a shopping village, aquatic centre, bowls and tennis clubs nearby. Sunshine Plaza is a short drive or bus ride away.

Aria hotel, Mooloolaba: After a years-long DA process, the council approved Mooloolaba’s first five-star hotel in 2019. Brisbane-based Aria Property Group is behind a game-changing $350 million integrated development at No. 1 The Esplanade, which comprises a 139-room hotel, 66 residential apartments and a retail and dining precinct. A day spa, conference facilities and rooftop bar and restaurant are also planned. Sales should start in late 2021, with the project breaking ground in early 2022.


Baringa and Palmview schools: Classes for years 7 and 8 students at Baringa State Secondary College will commence on 27 January, with capacity to expand to 2000 years 7 to 12 students by 2025. The Caloundra South high school is the first for the huge Aura residential development by Stockland. In January, the co-located Palmview State Primary School and Palmview State Special School will also open at the growing Harmony village – bringing the total number of new schools on the Coast to three, with more to come. The Queensland government said it was delivering much-needed education infrastructure to “some of the fastest-growing regions in the state”.


Above: Baringa State Primary School opened last year at Aura.

Anyone who has bought in the area – or is thinking about it – should be reassured by the investment dollars that have been flowing into the Sunshine Coast and will continue to do so for decades to come.



Sunshine Coast Property Tipped To Outperform Capital City Predictions in 2021

Sunshine Coast Property

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Sunshine Coast property prices are expected to outperform the capital cities as the region’s housing market continues to grow.

Prices in Australia’s biggest cities are expected to decline early in 2021 because of virus restrictions and border rules, but experts predict they will strongly bounce back.

CoreLogic’s Tim Lawless forecasts a 10 per cent rise for the housing market this year.

Economists at AMP Capital predict a five per cent rise.

But Sunshine Coast property experts say our region is tracking higher than the rest of the country and will continue that trend.

“Do I think the Sunshine Coast will outperform this year? I do. But there will be areas of the Coast that will outperform other areas,” Direct Collective chief operating officer Mal Cayley said.

Mr Cayley said suburbs like Buddina could experience increases of up to 40 per cent while others regions like Nambour may not rise as much.

He said macro property growth predictions for Australia were “foolish” because “there is no such thing as an Australian property market”.

“All markets are specific to the region and its supply and demand profile.”

Dwyer Property Investments managing director Jason Dwyer said the Sunshine Coast market was existing in its own bubble and had benefitted from the pandemic.

“As builders we had the busiest two months at the end last year than any other two-month period in the last ten years,” he said.

Mr Dwyer said he did not think Coast property prices would drop in early 2021 as predicted by CoreLogic.

“The trend of last year will continue on the Coast in 2021,” he said.

“I think the capital cities will have a five per cent increase and the regions will do the 10 per cent.”

Mr Dwyer said low interest rates and good rental returns were attracting more investors.

REIQ zone chairman Matt Diesel said the rate of growth on the Coast would depend on the migration of residents from cities like Sydney and Melbourne.

Mr Diesel said Sydney’s latest COVID scare had added an urgency to buyers’ plans.

“Before this outbreak people were a bit laissez-faire but as soon as Sydney had an increase we saw the accelerator pushed to the floor and there was an urgency behind it,” he said.

“People who were planning to move in a few months wanted to sell now and move.”

Mr Diesel said it was impossible to predict how high Coast prices would go but “everyone is in unison that the growth will be significant”.

AMP Capital chief economist Shane Oliver said record-low mortgage rates, economic recovery and government home buyer incentives would help demand.

Mr Oliver said risks included coronavirus lockdowns and the unwinding of government support programs such as JobKeeper, which could increase unemployment.

However there would be notable differences across parts of Australia, Mr Oliver said, as well as houses and units.

Greatly reduced levels of immigration, due to virus restrictions, are expected to lower demand particularly in Sydney and Melbourne.

Australia’s housing market increased in value in 2020, despite the drag on activity caused by the outbreak of coronavirus.

The national home value index rose three per cent over the year to a median price of $574,872, according to CoreLogic.

Values in regional areas led the way with a 6.9 per cent increase for a combined median of $420,502, compared to two per cent for major capital cities with a combined median of $651,983.

Mr Lawless said one reason for the gain in regional areas was the popularity of working from home.

The coronavirus threat has forced many workers to stay at home, and some are finding better value living elsewhere.

Living in less populated areas was another appeal of regional areas, Mr Lawless said.

“The pandemic is fresh in people’s minds and there is an appetite for low-density housing,” he said.

Melbourne was the only capital city to decline for the year – albeit on a relatively healthy median price of $682,197 – after battling two waves of COVID-19 outbreaks.

The most expensive city was Sydney, with a median value of $871,749, and the cheapest was Darwin on $416,183.

Mr Lawless said record-low borrowing rates supported the market in 2020, along with a “spectacular” rise in consumer confidence.

Confidence was buoyed in the latter months of the year as COVID-related restrictions and border constraints began to be lifted.

“Containing the spread of the virus has been critical to Australia’s economic and housing market resilience,” Mr Lawless said.


Midlife Investing, Start Planning & Setting Goals

Video Transcript:

Hello, Jason Dwyer here from Dwyer Property Investments on the Sunshine Coast. Many people tend to think about their midlife in terms of a crisis, but it doesn't have to be, at least not when it comes to money. Yes, you may have spent your carefree twenties and thirties living from paycheck to paycheck, racking up credit card debt and spending wildly. By the time you've reached your forties early fifties however, chances are you've bought your own home and are in a more stable financial position. They're also your peak earning years, so it's the perfect time to start thinking about setting goals that will set you up for the future. And no, it's not too late to start investing at this stage. Even though you're at the halfway point of your working life and retirement is on the horizon, you still have a good 20 years or so to prepare for it. It's all about making smart financial decisions now.

Start Planning

If the COVID pandemic played havoc with your finances, and in particular your superannuation, planning ahead is even more important. No one wants to face the prospect of delaying their retirement, or worse, not having enough to live on so they can really enjoy their golden years. So how much is enough to retire on? I get asked that a lot, and the short answer is it depends on what kind of lifestyle you want and how much income you need to fund that lifestyle. As well as taking stock of your finances, start thinking about when do you want to retire, what kind of lifestyle do you want, and how much money do you need to fund it? The sooner you start asking these questions, the more time you'll have to put a plan in place to achieve it.

Let me use an example. A healthy, retired couples aged around 65 who owns their home leads roughly 60,000 a year to enjoy a comfortable retirement. Now that's much more than the 37,000 age pension gives you. And remember, the pension is the main source of income for most retirees, which means they can only afford a fairly modest living, just necessities and basic activities. The more comfortable budget of 60,000 would provide a better standard of living and let you buy things such as household goods, private health insurance, a reasonable car, good clothes, and the odd holiday. Even if you factor in the average super, it still may not be enough to fund the lifestyle you desire. Due to COVID, fund performance and balances are much lower than expected as well. As with personal savings, cash in the bank is actually going backwards at the moment, earning less than 1% interest, so you can't live off that. Now let's consider what you could be earning with an investment property.

The Potential Return On An Investment Property

On average property offers a 5% return, and that's on rental yield alone. Based on this healthy 5% rental return, two properties owned outright would provide you with an annual income of 50,000. Four properties would give you 100,000, and so on, exponentially increasing your retirement income. When you add capital growth, which is predicted to be as high as 20% over the next two years, it's not hard to see that investing in property on the Sunshine Coast is a smarter way to go. Compared to the age pension, superannuation, or personal savings, property can offer a secure, generous income to live off while you are retired. Now, if you didn't quite catch all those figures, I ratted off, don't worry. Just call me, Jason Dwyer, on the number on the screen and I can talk you through how to make property investment part of your retirement plan.

We’re Here To Help Through The Xmas And New Year Period

We’re Here To Help Through The Xmas And New Year Period

As you know, 2020 was abnormal in all senses of the word, and this was especially true for property investors in SE QLD.

Understandably, many investors have extra questions at the moment; my team and I will be around throughout the December and New Year period, ready to answer any questions you might have.

We saw expert predictions of falling prices in SE QLD in the first quarter give way to an opposite reality - real gains amid a surge in rental demand for the area.

If you've been following my articles for a while, you'll know our region has had sustained growth driven the by long-term structural advantages for some time. These stretch back years and far beyond the short term impacts of this year's pandemic.

Enduring advantages such as improving infrastructure, relaxed lifestyle and warm climate are things that will deliver growth to the region for decades to come.

As I mentioned, I will be available if you have any queries - or if you like you can also go to our new youtube channel where I have prepared a range of videos to cover the most common questions from investors. Click here to have a browse.

If I don't see or hear from you over the break, I would like to wish you and your family a Happy Christmas and New Year.

Calore Terraces at Harmony Estate Sunshine Coast


Hello. Jason Dwyer here from Dwyer Property Investments. I'm down here at Harmony Estate, right in the heart of the Sunshine Coast, standing in front of our fantastic townhouses that have been recently built.

Dwyer Quality Homes, Sunshine Coast builders for over 35 years, have set the standard for terrace-style living and have already built and sold 14 of these high-quality, up-market homes. Due to high demand, Dwyers have secured land and will commence construction on 14 more. These new terraces are available currently as a house and land package deal, which means stamp duty is only payable on the land purchase, not the construction costs.

These are located at Harmony Estate on the Sunshine Coast, just one hour's drive North of Brisbane.

These new terraces have the same, very popular, floor plan, which consists of four large bedrooms, all with built-in robes, two bathrooms, ducted air con, stone kitchens, high ceilings, multiple indoor and outdoor living areas, and fantastic views over, and direct access to the new recreation park.

Dwyer Property Investments in conjunction with respected Sunshine Coast builder, Dwyer Quality Homes, are now selling these terraces with a three-year rental guarantee.

Calore Walk Terrace Brochure [1 MB]

The Sunshine Coast Mini COVID Boom [VIDEO]

Video Transcript:

Hello, Jason Dwyer here from Dwyer Property Investments.

By now, you've probably heard or read about the property mini boom happening on the Sunshine Coast. If you haven't, you may be missing out. These days you can't pick up a paper or listen to the radio without the mention of skyrocketing property prices or surging housing demand, and it's all true.

At the start of the year when COVID hit and the national market stalled, no one knew exactly how property prices were going to be impacted. There was, however, a lot of scare mongering in the press and the headlines had everyone believing prices were going to crash. But I was confident the local market would not only remain stable, but also keep growing during the pandemic, and that's exactly what's happened. As I predicted eight months ago and all the media outlets and now reporting, Southeast Queensland is entering a housing boom that looks set to continue for years to come.

What I couldn't have known however was just how well it would perform. Westpac and now A and Z economists are forecasting property prices to increase by an incredible 20% over the next two years. That's the highest gain in Australia. We've already seen growth of up to 10% on the coast, and in 35 years of selling property I've never seen conditions quite like this. This is great news for investors, of course, because there's fantastic capital growth potential for anyone who wants to secure an investment property. But with buyer demand not slowing down anytime soon and good land becoming harder to secure, prices are only going to continue to rise. So my best advice is not to wait. The sooner you buy the bigger your gains will be down the track. So what's driving this mini boom? It's simple, really. Demand for housing is high, supply is low, and this is pushing up property prices.

The demand is largely being driven because investors are on the move. For a while now, we've been seeing more and more people migrate to Queensland, many from capital cities such as Sydney and Melbourne. According to the stats, almost 20% of Australians were either moving or thinking about moving to another location. They want to get out of the crowded capital cities. They want a more affordable housing and they want a better lifestyle, all of which Queensland offers. Now that people have the flexibility to work from home relocating to this region is an attractive option after what has been a terrible year for many. In fact, the Real Estate Institute believes this migration will surge as the lockdowns and border closures begin to lift. Property prices on the coast were already rising before the pandemic, mainly due to strong population growth and greater spending on infrastructure.

When you factor in the growing number of people making a lifestyle move here, what you have is a double driver of demand. Now, here are a couple of other important facts the media isn't reporting but should give investors even more confidence in the housing market. Firstly, borrowing power is increasing because we're reducing our debt. Since the pandemic started, Australians have tightened their belts and are spending less on non-essential items. We're also paying off our plastic. Credit card debt is down to its lowest level since 2006. Secondly, banks are favouring borrowers who already own a home. Don't forget that interest rates are the lowest they've been at around 2.5%, so borrowing money is super cheap at the moment. Investors really are in the driver's seat. You couldn't really ask for a better time or better conditions to invest in property.

Now's the time to cash in on the COVID property boom on the coast.

For more information, call me, Jason Dwyer from Dwyer Property Investments.

3 Year Rental Guarantee of Dwyer Property Investments [VIDEO]

Video Transcript:

Hello, Jason Dwyer from Dwyer Property Investments.

We've been helping Queenslanders invest in property on the Sunshine Coast for over 35 years. We want to see our clients succeed in the property investment market. That's why we've created the three-year rental guarantee, a unique risk-free offer, secured by trusted Southeast Queensland builder Dwyer Quality Homes.

So what exactly is a rental guarantee? It's simply rental income locked in at the going market rate,. for a three-year period as a licenced real estate agent, I complete a rental appraisal and base the rate on up-to-date market research on what properties are currently renting for in that area.

Investors don't need to worry about their property sitting vacant. Our rental guarantee contract ensures you get paid the agreed, fixed rental amount, for three years, whether there's tenants in there or not.

Our licenced in-house property manager looks after all aspects of the tenancy, includes advertising, tenant interviews, property inspections, and lodging bond with the bond board.

Being such a desirable place to live, the Sunshine Coast is one of the lowest rental vacancy rates in the country. So good, long-term tenants should be in place by the end of the three-year period.

The important point to note is that you can opt out of the contract at any time without incurring exit fees or charges. The contract is totally optional for you. Dwyer can't opt out. However, we're locked in for the full term of the agreement.

At the end of the three years, you can choose to have someone else manage the property, deal directly with the tenants yourself, or let us continue managing it under standard property management regulations.

In that three-year period, if your circumstances change and you want to either sell the property or move into it yourself, then you're also free to do that. The beauty of our guarantee is that you can base your financial projections on the fixed amount because you know exactly what rental income you're getting for the three-year period. There are no gaps, no guessing, no vacancy.

At Dwyer, we understand that investing in property is a big step. So we've designed the three-year rental guarantee to give you total peace of mind.

For more information, call me, Jason Dwyer from Dwyer Property Investments.

December Display Home Discount Sale

As most of you know already, there has never been a better time to invest in South East QLD.

So with all that going on, I thought I’d make it even more attractive and hold a December Display Home Discount Sale.

Dwyer Property Investments December Sale

We have 7 display homes available and all are eligible for this $10,000 bonus saving off the list price. You can browse them all here.

These beautiful homes are ready to inspect in the following estates and if you’re available in the next few weeks, email me here and we can arrange a private tour.

Dwyer Property Investments Display Home at Harmony

Above: Display Home @ Harmony, Sunshine Coast ($581,750, NOW $571,750)

Dwyer Property Investments Display Home at Coomera

Above: Display Home @ Coomera, Gold Coast ($839,900, NOW $829,900)

I am often asked why display homes make great investments.  Well, that’s easy.  Here are 7 reasons why:

  1. Display homes experience higher than average rental yields so you make more money from your investment
  2. They are kept in showroom condition, so they are perfect at the end of the Display period
  3. Display homes are not tenanted until after the display period, so you are the first owner
  4. They have exceptionally high specifications, so you get maximum value for money
  5. Plus excellent street appeal with many added features
  6. They are surrounded by other high-end houses, so you see your home comfortable in its surroundings
  7. And display homes have excellent depreciation value for investors, again adding value to your investment

Timings: This special deal (Save $10,000) is only available for contracts signed in December so if you have your finance pre-approved, let’s talk soon because display homes will move quickly, especially when there’s an extra $10K you can keep in your pocket.

Give me a call anytime or email me here at [email protected]

I look forward to showing you through these beautiful homes.

We also have a great YouTube channel full of very informative videos to help you through your property investment journey. If you'd like to learn more click here and subscribe to the channel.

Dwyer Property Investment YouTube Channel

Q&A Usable Equity in Your Home


DD: Time again for our weekly chat with Jason Dwyer, managing director of station sponsor, Dwyer Property Investments. When you think of Sunshine Coast property, the Dwyer name does come to mind, because the Dwyer family have been in business on The Coast for thirty-five years.  Jason has teamed up with his brother, Wayne, who owns Dwyer Quality Homes.  Together, they build and sell some of the best residential and investment properties on the Sunshine Coast. We’re talking about the Australian dream, Jason.

JD:  We are, Des, and we’re not just talking about buying your own home.  As many well-off people will tell you, property is an excellent way to make money… provided you make smart decisions!

DD: I’m all ears!

JD:  Well, a lot of people still think they have to be debt-free before they can buy their first investment property.  They don’t realise that they’ve been accumulating usable equity in their own home, for years.

DD:  You’re referring to people who pay off their home loan, faster, and the fact that property values on the Sunshine Coast have been rising for years…

JD: Exactly.  Equity is the difference between the value of your home, today, and what you owe your lender.  That money – the equity – is yours.  Not the banks.

DD: But how much of it is usable?

JD: Good question. There are various opinions on that and lenders have slightly different criteria.  But, I like to take a cautious view and a good rule of thumb is to retain twenty per cent of your property’s value, as equity.  Anything above twenty per cent is usable equity… money that you can use as a deposit on an investment property.

DD: To let’s talk real-world numbers here.  What about a house that’s worth, say, 750 thousand dollars?

JD: OK… if your home is worth 750 thousand and your loan is 450 thousand, you have 300 hundred thousand dollars of equity.  As I said, I like to take a conservative view, so I recommend retaining twenty per cent of the overall value of your property, as spare equity.  That would mean retaining one-hundred-and-fifty of the 300 thousand dollars of equity you’ve built up over the years.  And it’s that leftover 150 thousand you use for your investment property.  It could go towards a tax-deductible deposit.  You’ve retained a comfortable financial buffer in your own home, but now you own a second property that can pay for itself via the rental return.  And… the best bit… you have two pieces of real estate that are increasing in value, instead of just one!

DD: It does make sense.  Listeners who want to learn more about the usable equity in their home should get in touch with you, Jason…?  As an investment consultant and licensed real estate agent, he’s offering Sunshine FM listeners a free financial health check...

JD: I’d like to talk to them.  Absolutely, Des.  I’m an investment consultant and licensed real estate agent, and I offer a free financial ‘health check’ via a home visit or video call.  No obligations at all.  There’s also a lot of helpful online information about this and other topics we’ve discussed over the past few months.  Just go to the Dwyer Property Investments YouTube channel, and visit us at Dwyer-property-investments-dot-com-dot-au.


They Are Coming

Our regular readers will know that I have been harping on about this for a while but now the Sydney and Melbourne papers are saying it too.

Check out these articles that ran over the weekend.

Sunshine Coast sees influx from Sydney and Melbourne

sydney and melbourne are coming

Sunshine Coast sees influx from Sydney and Melbourne

Syndey & melbourne are coming

Both stories explain how the Australian Bureau of Statistics reported a huge shift in people moving from capital cities to the regions and Sunshine Coast property owners are the big winners.


As a local myself, I've already seen property prices on the rise and demand for rentals is exceeding supply. According to these articles, this trend is only going to continue.

With Southerners planning their sea changes at this rate, the South East QLD real estate market is set to explode.

So if you're a potential property investor, let's talk through your options here on the Coast and how we can make the investment process as easy as possible for you.


A while back I did a little video for you about Southerners making the move to our beautiful Sunshine Coast.

Even though it was made 3 months ago, before all the hype, it is more relevant now than ever.

And just last month, Westpac predicted a 20% increase in property prices in South East QLD so if they're right, and you are considering an investment here, then now is the time to make your move.


The first step to you becoming a property investor is for us to have a conversation about your specific investment goals
Next, we meet (either in person or via Zoom) and we cover off all the financial aspects of property investing. This way you fully understand the process and how property investment will work for your individual financial situation
Once the finance side of things is all sorted, we move to the fun part of finding the best property options for you
So if that sounds like a plan, send me an email here or give me a call. I'd love to help you.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Jason Dwyer
Managing Director
Dwyer Property Investments

P.S. If you'd like to learn more about property investment, click here to find out the 3 easy steps you can take to become a property investor.

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