Agent Enjoys Coast's Sunny Beach Lifestyle; Families Moving to Hinterland Area for Affordability and Community-Feel

Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia), December 11, 2010 | Go to article overview

Agent Enjoys Coast's Sunny Beach Lifestyle; Families Moving to Hinterland Area for Affordability and Community-Feel


NAMBOUR

Established business and shopping precinct

Nambour General Hospital

Rail and bus transit centre

Highway access

Primary, secondary and tertiary education

Name: Tamara Ryan

Position: Sales and Administration

With: Freelance Property Services

I have been in the industry: just more than 12 months

And with this office: for that time

I came to the Sunshine Coast in: 1993

From: Mount Isa

Because: There are beaches, and I had grown up coming to the Sunshine Coast with my family every January for holidays. I don't think there is anywhere better to live.

If you weren't a real estate agent, what would you most likely be and why? The Stig from Top Gear because that would just be so much fun.

What or who has been your greatest inspiration: My family as we are always open and honest, and have always been close and supportive of each other no matter what has happened.

What hints can you pass on: Always be true to who you are.

Where is your favourite spot to get away to: Mooloolaba Beach a the beach is always lovely there a I can go there any time for a walk or a swim and there is a Starbucks just opposite.

What geographical area do you specialise in? Nambour, the Hinterland and surrounding suburbs including Yandina, Ninderry, Bli Bli, Woombye and Palmwoods.

Can you give a brief overview of the market in that area? We find this side of the highway is constantly growing with more and more families moving to the area for the affordable housing and the community-feel without being too far away from the Sunshine Coast beaches, shopping centres and Brisbane. …

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